This spacious off-leash haven is a wonderland for dogs who love sweet, sweet freedom. Dog-friendly deets: a separate space for the little breeds, nice benches for the humans, and shaded spots
Chicago’s biggest (100% enclosed) and grandest public community dog park, that is chock-full of amenities for you and your pup to enjoy: a “pup pub” drinking-water station, a shaded “pup lounge”, a “time-out” section for misbehaving pups, ample amount of pup poo bag dispensers (and “super duper pooper scoopers”), tons of toys, ramps, hoops, tunnels […]
Right next to CHS field, this renovated dog park is perfect for dogs of any breed and age. With excellent fencing and open space to run, your dog is sure to be a happy camper!
Minneapolitans love their lakes as much as their dogs: Here they get ’em both. Situated directly across from Lake of the Isles, this urban oasis boasts wood chips, large trees, and spaces to socialize, play, and pant in the sun or shade.
Located in historic Loring Park, this play area is compact yet highly appealing. It’s a uniquely designed space with small boulders, gravel, and grass. And because it’s in Loring Park, it’s surrounded by restaurants, cafes, and other city delights.
This long, narrow dog park in Columbia Park seems made for dogs who love to fetch. It’s spacious and open, and, as far as we know, the only dog park in bustling, vibrant Nordeast. Night lights included. Permit required.
This tidy park, also called Bassett Creek park, is a sweet haven for area peeps and their pups, and is designed to please both. The large main area is woodchipped and features benches and picnic tables. There’s a nearby spigot to fill up your water bottles, too. Be a social animal and join them on Twitter […]
In 2005, this suburban gem of a pup playland was voted one of the best dog parks in the nation by Dog Fancy magazine. The seven-acre park is fenced and has a pond, a heated weather shelter, a special space for elderly or special needs dogs, a walking trail, and even a dog-washing station. A […]
Bloomington’s oasis of doggy delights offers hills, ponds, woods and open areas to run. It’s fully fenced. This park also asks visitors to bring no more than two dogs per person, please. Parking available. No permit required.
This off-leash park is part of Aquatore Park, Blaine’s premier outdoor gathering location. It features a fence, separate areas for small/large dogs, a swimming pond, waste bags/dispensers, night lights, a shelter with power and heat, and drinking fountains. Parking available. Permit encouraged but not required.