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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Canyon Rim

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    Population Density 397/sq mi

    #1 Wood Bridge


    Tanner Park is about 8 miles from Canyon Rim, but it’ll feel like you are hiking in the wilderness. There are lots of different trails that lead you up and down hills. The canyon below has a decent sized creek where you can get off of your leash and run and splash. Be careful, because during certain parts of the year the current can be very fast and dangerous. This is a spacious area where you are sure to make new fur friends and enjoy an adventure in the great outdoors. What are you waiting for? Come and get some fresh air. 

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    Population Density 397/sq mi

    #2 Heritage Way


    Parley's Nature Reserve is a gem that is hidden away from the rest of the city. It is like a quiet oasis in the middle of a hectic world. You and your dog can enjoy the miles and miles of open trails. There is a single river that runs all the way through it as well. The swimming hole at the end of the trails is open for both humans and dogs to swim in. There are some areas where you must keep your dog on his leash, but plenty of the park is off-leash space that is just for Fido to enjoy with his new fur-iends.

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    Population Density 1,422/sq mi

    #3 Freedom Trail


    Memory Grove is the place to bring your dog to make new memories and friends. It is only about 20 minutes from Canyon Rim and has a ton to offer. It is definitely the place to come if you enjoy the water and want to splash around and play. Just make sure you bring a towel, ‘cause no one likes the smell of wet dog. Your puptastic pal can walk the trails and bark at the trees. There are also many spaces where Fido can play off his leash. This well-maintained park has plenty of cleaning stations and waste stations so that you don’t have to worry about being a litterbug!

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    Population Density 7,475/sq mi

    #4 Downtown


    While you are enjoying a day in Salt Lake City, you may get hungry. Perhaps you just want to join your dog for a meal. Well, Spitz SLC allows you and your dog to dine on their patio for some delicious Mediterranian food. They are kind and ready to accommodate. They even have water bowls for your furry friend to drink out of. The patio is just the right place to sit and peopl- watch. The food is made with fresh ingredients, and they also feature a selection of great craft beers. For great food in a great atmosphere, you (and Fido) should visit Spitz SLC.

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    Population Density 5,340/sq mi

    #5 Sandy


    Just 13 miles from Canyon Rim is Dimple Dell Nature Park. This is an on-leash park that offers you and Fido lots of trails to walk. These trails are part of a natural ravine system. All of the trails are well-maintained and easy to walk with your dog. You will love the way that the trees keep it shady and cool in the summer. Your dog must keep up after you and there are no waste receptacles in the park. There is lots of wildlife to see and it would be a great place to take lots of pictures, so remember to bring a camera.

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