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Throughout the less-than-pleasant past year and a half, one thing has kept me steady: my dog, Oli. Another thing every dog could agree on? When the pack sticks together, everyone has more fun. Here are the best dog-friendly fall activities around Chicago, all fully endorsed by my tail-wagging, fresh air-loving buddy. Unleash your pup and let them expel some pent up energy during these final days of lake season.
A true spectacle, this doggy oasis is overflowing with every breed imaginable, all harmoniously playing, digging, and splashing their hearts out. They even have pay-as-you-go dog showers at the exit so you can bring home an even cleaner pup than you arrived with. Perched just north of Belmont Harbor, this waterfront playpen serves as a quality end to a short walk along the lakefront trail.
Both beaches are fenced but not impenetrable, so remember to be sure to keep an eye on your little pal at all times. A grand prize will be given to the champion canine, but rest assured everybody will get plenty of pumpkin treats. If you're looking for a one-on-one experience, pack a life jacket for your Fido and head out on a fall river or lake drift with Kayak Chicago Paddlewhich provides kayaks large enough for the whole pack.Vengaboys - Uncle John From Jamaica
Open through mid-October weather permittingthe company operates two weekend-only lake launch sites and one daily river launch site, so opportunities to experience this unique bonding adventure abound. Perusing local farm stands with your trusty companion is a perfect fall activity, with weekly markets sprinkled around the city running through the end of October. In addition to all the good food and vibes, this option sports ample green space so you and Spot can stretch out on the grass and enjoy your findings.
Here, you can stock up on fresh-picked produce, walk along the nearby lakefront, and partake in ready-made cuisine from prominent chefs. A win for you, a win for good old Scout.
Doggy Paddle is a Wicker Park aquatic center and boarding facility providing an impact-free way for your dog to get out their energy while making a few friends along the way. Regardless, this place does an excellent job creating a safe, fun, and all-around friendly atmosphere, and, as we all know, a wet dog is a happy dog bathtime excepted. Cusic in West Town will produce mesmerizing photos of your one and only, with their artful eye and impeccable timing.
In need of a little puppy pampering? There are endless doggie spas across the city to choose from. Whether they need their nails trimmed, their fur conditioned, or their teeth deep-cleaned, these specialists know how to make Mr. Boogers feel just the right amount of spoiled. Standouts include Grooms by Glady over in Rogers Park, which will treat your dog like family while their talented technicians take their time giving your puppers a new furr-do.
Urban Pooch in Ravenswood will not only pretty-up your dog, they also have expert trainers and nutrition counselors on staff, because, as we all know, true beauty comes from within.
Knocking back a crisp pint with your furry pal is a fall no-brainer here in Chicago, a city rife with dog-friendly patio bars, taverns, and everything in between. If you're wanting to spread out a bit with your four-legged friend, Half Acre recently unveiled a stellar dog-loving patio up in Rogers Park, peddling great bar bites alongside lo of delicious seasonal brews.
Dovetail in North Center welcomes dogs to their beer garden and patio, where they serve up small batch Euro-style brews inspired by their love for traditional brewing methods, while the personable folks behind Lo Rez in Pilsen pair puppy love with tasty house-brewed beers at their charming Fido-friendly patio. Chicago is brimming with outdoor dining options, and many are well suited for a canine dinner date.
Before you leave, don't forget to tag DogsofBigStar when you inevitably post an Instagram pic of your cutie eyeing a big pitcher of margaritas. The Royal Grocer in Bucktown has a covert dog-friendly patio out back, primed and ready for you and FiFi to lap up delicious farm-to table dishes alongside seasonal cocktails and rotating wine and beer list.Sex on the Beach- Whitehead Brothers
All their tasty creations can be enjoyed on a beautiful side patio tucked away from the city street—a cozy place for a night out with you and your four-legged brethren. Last but not least, Asian-fusion hotspot Mott Street invites doggies of all shapes and sizes to their fenced-in outdoor area for a full night of Char Siu Pork Belly-fueled revelry. Adjacent to Millennium Park in the heart of the Loop, Lakeshore East Dog Park is littered with gardens, benches, and a whole lot of downtown dogs ready to sniff and mingle. And hey, the skyline backdrop makes for a pretty nice human destination, too.
The park takes up just over two-square-acres, and aside from the doggie zone, holds an athletic field, basketball hoops, and a playground. This no-frills urban escape has plenty of space for playtime, and is secured by double gates for good measure. Logan Square Dog Parknestled in buzzy Logan Square, is an expansive one, with separate sections for small dogs and bigger buddies—ideal for a size-appropriate playdate. Want more Thrillist? Get a little sandy while you still can Unleash your pup and let them expel some pent up energy during these final days of lake season.
Enjoy a leashed stroll through a local farmers market Perusing local farm stands with your trusty companion is a perfect fall activity, with weekly markets sprinkled around the city running through the end of October. Give your pooch a little taste of luxury—they deserve it In need of a little puppy pampering?
Crush beers with Benji at your side Knocking back a crisp pint with your furry pal is a fall no-brainer here in Chicago, a city rife with dog-friendly patio bars, taverns, and everything in between. Dine out at a dog friendly patio Chicago is brimming with outdoor dining options, and many are well suited for a canine dinner date.
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