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Green Valley Forest Preserve Off-Leash Dog Area

Fido can run and play at Green Valley Forest Preserve Off-Leash Dog Area, a pet-friendly area in Naperville, IL. The park features separate areas for small and large dogs. Leashed dogs are allowed in other areas of the preserve. Visit Website

Or call (630) 933-7200 for more information.


BringFido Guest Rating

Green Valley Forest Preserve Off-Leash Dog Area has received a rating of 3.7 out of 5 bones by 7 canine critics on BringFido.

  • Jane
    May 1, 2024
    Best Dog park around

    Love the area! Great place to walk or rest with lots of shade.
    Very responsible pup parents.

  • Quin
    May 30, 2019
    It's OK

    People bring their dogs. let them loose and then forget about them. When their dog starts some trouble, the owner is nowhere to be found. This park is nothing special and could be an issue for your dog if they can't stand up for themselves. I won't be going back here.

  • Carl
    More than a year ago
    Great Park

    Weather permitting, I take my two dogs every day. Park is very well maintained. For Senior Citizens, yearly passes are free for the first dog and $8 for the second. Please be aware that the park is not open on Wednesdays until 10 AM. If you live outside of Dupage County, check with your county, as most have their own dog parks.

  • Meagan
    More than a year ago
    love it!

    I love coming to Greene Valley dog park. It is huge and has 2 separate dogs parks. One for the 25lbs+ and one for dogs under 25lbs. My puppy loves coming here since there is so much room to play and run around.

    I am glad that they have the forest cops there. If you don't have a pass, you can't come in. Plain & Simple. I think they should have a cop in the dog park just so they can write tickets to the dog owners that don't pick up their dog poop. That is really rude!

    I wish that the dog park could put some kind of water supply in the dog park. Mostly everyone brings water for their pets but not everyone. I don't mind to share water, but if your pet is going to dig their paws or drink all of my dogs water, then what? I make sure my dog doesn't drink all of someone else's water. I always tell them I have water and I can refill it.

    Overall, this place is really nice for a dog park.

  • Heather
    More than a year ago
    Terrible place, stay away!!!!

    This si the absolute worst place to bring a dog! First off the non-resident fee is way overpriced, for the amount they want I can go to a park in Glendale Heights that has swimming for my dogs! Then they have police all over the place to "ensure" your safety. What a joke, I was having an issue with this guy whose dog would not leave my dog alone and kept trying to start fights with everyone's dogs. The police did nothing! They were more interested in checking your pass then creating a safe environment! Save your money and your time, go to the park that is by Walon Lake. At least the people there have manners and the police will help if there is someones dog who is a menace! I wouldn't even give this place one bone, but I had to!

  • Rob
    More than a year ago
    It's for DOGS

    For $75, the dog park seemed like a grassy area in a huge forest reserve. Don't know why its so much.

  • Donna
    More than a year ago
    dog park

    This i nice park for dogs, has two locations for small and big dogs.

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