The Hoffman Estates Park District offers two open spaces for dogs to run off their leashes, with ample amenities for dogs and their best friends to enjoy the outdoors together. Bo's Run is on the north side of Hoffman Estates and Freedom Run is located on the far west side, and is a park shared with the City of Elgin and the Streamwood Park District. For more information on park rules and membership, call 847-285-5440. Both parks are open daily, year round from sun up to sun down and the following:
- Small Dog Park Area
- Fully Fenced
- Agility Equipment
- Dog Water Service
- Entrance Holding Areas
- Waste Disposal Bags
- Picnic Tables
- Card Swipe Entry
Purchase your membership at Willow Recreation Center or Triphahn Center. Space is limited to a first come first serve basis. Documentation from your vet is required upon registration showing your dog is current with all vaccines including Rabies, Distemper, Para Influenza, Parvo Virus, Bordatella, Leptospirosis, and a current negative fecal test. This is a requirement from The Cook County Department of Animal and Rabies Control. Read the Regulations here.
Click here to download the Registration Form & Waiver.
3600 Lexington Drive
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60169
This 2 acre green space is named after Bo, the Hoffman Estates Police Department's first K-9. Bo graduated from The Chicago Police Department's Canine Training Center certified as a patrol and narcotic dog. This park is dedicated to all the Civil Service dogs that have served our community.
Bo's Biography 4/20/93 to 8/22/05
Service Dates: 4/13/94 to 2/3/03
Bo graduated from The Chicago Police Department’s Canine Training Center certified as a patrol and narcotic dog. During Bo’s service time, he amassed over 1,465 canine service calls. In addition to Bo’s service to the Hoffman Estates Police Department, he served over twenty local police departments and nine county, state and federal agencies.
Bo’s accomplishments include the recovery of over one hundred pounds of various narcotics, one hundred articles of narcotic paraphernalia and $130,000 in currency. Bo was credited with the life saving recovery of one person on a track and thirty suspects. Bo also located fifteen articles of evidence and participated in over one hundred officer safety uses. Bo enjoyed his contacts with the citizens and public relations. Click here to view more pictures of Bo's Run.