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Off-Leash Dog Parks in Illinois
There are few things in life a dog loves more than running off-leash with his canine comrades. No matter where you live, or are headed in Illinois, we can help you find an off-leash dog park nearby. We’ll even give you the scoop on poop bag and water availability.
Top 10 Off-Leash Dog Parks in Illinois

Green Valley Forest Preserve

There are actually 2 dog parks here. There is a large area for big dogs and a smaller separate area for small dogs. You have to have a permit to take your dog to these areas. ...

Whalon Lake Dog Park

The Forest Preserve District of Will County's 8-acre fenced Whalon Lake Dog Park provides an exercise area where dogs can run free. The Dog Park also features a smaller 2.5-acre park for dogs under 30 pounds. ...

Prairie Wolf Dog Park

This is a 44-acre, off-leash area that's fully fenced and includes a pond. There are always lots of dogs here to play with as well.

Winnemac Park

Pets are welcome to play on-leash at this Chicago park packed with fun recreational facilities.

Challenger Playlot Dog Park at Gill Park

Pets love to run and play off-leash at this fenced Chicago dog park. Registration from a participating vet required. Visit www.cpdit01.com for more information.

Katherine Legge Memorial Lodge Dog Park

Your pet is welcome to run and play off-leash during designated hours at this fenced dog park, which includes a large grassy area with a small stream.

Best Friends Dog Park Club

Best Friends Dog Park Club is open 365 days a year from 8am till dusk. All dogs must show proof of current vaccinations. There is a yearly cost of $49. This needs to be renewed each ...

Grant Park Dog Park

Bring your pet to play off-leash in this 18,000 square-foot fenced dog park in Chicago's famous Grant Park. Permit required.

Wiggly Field

This public dog park boasts fencing, doggie water fountains, waste bags, and a double gate to prevent escapes.

White Oak Park

This park includes a beautiful 1-mile paved trail around a lake where you're likely to spot all sorts of birds. Pets are welcome if leashed, though bring water.
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