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5 Dog Parks Located Within Will County Forest Preserves


5 Dog Parks Located Within 
  Will County Forest Preserves     


     If you're a dog lover and live in or near Will County, IL, you'll soon have a new dog park to enjoy.  The Will County Forest Preserve is opening its 5th dog park on Saturday, July 19th.  

    The newest Will County Forest Preserve dog park, located
http://www.genemundt.com/PageContent.aspx?PageID=57
at the Lower Rock Run Preserve - McClintock Road Access  (northeast corner of Rte. 6 and McClintock Rd.), is  7.5 acres and features:
  • Accessible Picnic Area
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Latrine
  • Parking
  • Sidewalks
  • Mowed Path encircling dog park  
  
     This dog park offers 3 fenced areas, each containing 2.5 acres for your dogs to roam and play in.  One fenced-in area is specifically for smaller dogs, 35 pounds and under.  

     Each of the 3 separate fenced-in areas at the Will County Forest Preserve's Lower Rock Run Preserve - McClintock Road dog park contains:
  • Benches
  • Limestone Screening
  • Paved Area
  • Small Shelter
    
     Permits are required to use the Lower Rock Run Preserve - McClintock Road Access dog park, as well as the other 4 dog parks located within Will County Forest Preserves.  The other Preserve dog parks are found at:

     Dog Owners must present rabies tag information, including number and expiration date, in order to purchase a permit and utilize any Will County Forest Preserve dog park.  Each dog owner can register up to 3 dogs for permit.
           Pricing for Will County dog permits is based upon:

  • Number of dogs being registered for permits  (For pricing info, click HERE)
  • Residence status of dog owner/applicant.  Will County residents receive special pricing.
  • Seniors receive a discounted pricing  (65 yrs. and older)
http://www.reconnectwithnature.org/FileManager/FPDWC_PermitApplication-DogPark.pdf 
     To download a Dog Park Permit Application, click HERE. Completed permit applications and fee should be mailed to:  Sugar Creek Administration Center, 17540 W. Laraway Rd., Joliet, IL.

     Special Events are held year-round at Will County Forest Preserve dog parks.  To learn more about these events, click HERE ... and enjoy!


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