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Dog Areas in Alpine, UT

11 Parks
3 Trails

Alpine is a small community nestled at the base of the Wasatch Mountains. Located in Utah County, this town is known for its scenic location and family friendly environment. Its suburban layout serves as a bedroom community for Provo and Salt Lake City. Canine residents love the beautiful parks and close proximity to a couple pawsome canyons. Alpine also has two veterinary clinics to help keep pups in tip top shape.

With almost a dozen to choose from, you’re sure to find a park in Alpine that will make your pup’s tail wag. Lambert Park is one of the area’s hidden jewels. Tucked away at the base of the mountains, it is chock full of dirt trails that are just waiting to be explored. Your pooch can sniff her way around the large natural space and search for small critters or the perfect stick. Be sure to stop by in late spring when hundreds of bright orange poppies are in bloom.

For a nice afternoon stroll, stop by Beck’s Hill Park. Situated on a bluff, this park has great views of the surrounding area, as well as a small network of dirt trails. Your pup will love trotting along the path and feeling the warm sunshine on his back.

With such furrific parks, it’s no wonder dogs love living in Alpine!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Alpine, UT

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    Population Density 1,070/sq mi

    #1 East Alpine


    Need a new place to walk your furry BFF? Leash up your pup and head over to Creekside Park. This massive park has paved walking paths that are perfect for a little doggy cardio. A couple separate trails circle the park and if you combine them together you can easily get in a mile or two. After her workout, your pooch can play around on the large grassy fields. Several picnic tables area available, so bring a sandwich, a biscuit for your pup, and stay for lunch. No bones about, this park will make your pup one happy hound!

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    Population Density 1,986/sq mi

    #2 West Alpine


    It’s no secret that dogs and parks are a match made in heaven. Treat your pup to an afternoon in Burgess Park. Not only does this park have several ball fields, a playground, and sport courts, it also has a .69 mile paved walking path. Take some laps around the path so your pooch can stretch his four legs. If he wants to keep going, hop on the Alpine City Trail. Although this trail winds through neighborhoods, it’s surrounded by trees so you’ll feel a little secluded. Rachel McTeer Park is also in the area. It’s on the smaller side, but your pup won’t mind because it has a pawsome pathway for walking. 

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    Population Density 2/sq mi

    #3 American Fork Canyon


    Does your dog love sleeping under the stars? Then pack a tent and a couple sleeping bags and snag a campsite in American Fork Canyon. There are plenty of campgrounds to choose from, such as Little Mill, Roadhouse, Grey Cliff, and Salamander Flat, to name just a few. Once you’re all set up, take your pooch for a hike. The Tibble Fork Loop Trail ventures into a pine forest on the side of Tibble Fork Reservoir. The trail gains some elevation, so your pal will get a great leg workout. Since this area is pup-ular with dirt bikes, keep a close eye on your pup. Although it is shaded, the trail can be hot and dusty so remember to bring lots of water!

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    Population Density 1,000/sq mi

    #4 Cedar Hills City Center


    The neighboring town of Cedar Hills is home to some pupperific trails and parks. Since it’s only 10 minutes from Alpine, you and your pup can visit anytime! Timpanogos Cove Park is fun for both two legged and four legged park visitors. This five acre park features sport courts, a playground, and picnic facilities. It also has access to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, a nine mile gravel trail that transverses the east benches of the valley. Mesquite Park is also nearby. Take your furry friend for a stroll around this park’s large grassy fields. She’ll enjoy beautiful mountain views as she gets some much needed exercise. 

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    Population Density 1,743/sq mi

    #5 Mountain Ridge


    If your pup is begging for a walk, clip on his leash and make your way over Windsor Meadows Park. Located in Highland, it’s just a quick 10 minute drive from Alpine. This park has everything your pooch needs- large grassy areas, walking trails, and tall shade trees. Follow the path around the park so your canine pal can get some exercise. If he’s still rearing to go, take the Windsor Meadows Trail to the Murdock Canal Trail. This 17 mile trail stretches across seven communities and is well marked. Needless to say, so you’ll have plenty of room to walk your pal!

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