More than 17,000 people live in Centerville, a city in Davis County, Utah that's just adjacent to the Greater Salt Lake City area. The area was first settled in 1847, and once it was determined to be the halfway point between Farmington and Bountiful, it was given its name. Centerville has five public schools within its boundaries, as well as six sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a variety of amenities, including major chain grocery stores, doctors, chiropractors, real estate companies, and much more.
Centerville has more than 30 miles of trails and six parks where you can explore the town with your dog on a leash. To get to know the heart of Centerville, you and your dog can walk the Bamberger Trail, a paved trail that runs through the center of town. Or, if you'd like a more rugged experience, you and your dog can hop on the Deuel Creek Trail, a 4.5-mile trail that takes you up the Centerville Canyon. On this moderate hike, you and your leashed dog will see waterfalls, creeks, and all sorts of other beautiful sights. There are also plenty of other on-leash activities in Centerville, and a selection of off-leash parks just a short drive away.