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Dog Areas in Centerville, UT

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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.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Centerville, UT

  1. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 723/sq mi

    #1 Aegean Village

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    The northeastern corner of Centerville is home to Freedom Hills Park, a spacious city park with a veterans' memorial, a playground, water fountains, barbecue grills, a beginner's disc golf course, and trails for hiking or equestrian use. Your dog can join you in most areas of Freedom Hills Park as long as they remain on a leash and are cleaned up after. On the eastern edge of the park, you can access the Freedom Hills Trailhead. This moderately strenuous hike stretches for 1.9 miles and has 17 switchbacks as you scale the mountain. Visitors love how clean and well-maintained this trail is, and you and your dog will too!
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  2. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 4,828/sq mi

    #2 Sunset Heights

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    Sunset Heights is a neighborhood in central Centerville, and just southwest of this area, you'll find a variety of restaurants, shops, and cafes. On West Parrish Lane sits a place called Iggy's Sports Grill. This casual restaurant serves up all sorts of comfort food in a cozy atmosphere, and they have eight outdoor tables where your dog is welcome to join you for your meal. Their menu offers something for even the pickiest eater, from burgers to sandwiches, specialty pizzas, signature pasta, tacos, and seafood. After your meal, you and your pooch can make the 15-minute walk to nearby William R. Smith Park for an on-leash walk.
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 779/sq mi

    #3 Greater Avenues

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    In about 20 minutes, you and Sparky can drive to Greater Avenues, a neighborhood in eastern Salt Lake City. Within this neighborhood, there's a snifftastic place called Lindsey Gardens. This city park has sports fields and courts, playgrounds, picnic areas, and an off-leash dog park. The Lindsey Gardens Dog Park is an off-leash area situated on a beautiful, green grass hill in the park. It isn't fenced in, however, and is only bordered by trees. There's no separation of big and small dogs here so your dog will make friends of all sizes. You'll often find water bowls throughout the park, but guests are asked to bring their own water.
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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,897/sq mi

    #4 Fairpark

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    Fairpark is an area of central Salt Lake City, and you can drive there from Centerville in less than 20 minutes. On the western edge of the neighborhood, there's a place called Cottonwood Park. This lovely city park has playgrounds, basketball and volleyball courts, a walking path, and an off-leash park. The Cottonwood Park Off-Leash Area is a fully enclosed space where dogs of all sizes can interact with one another. During the summer, there's drinking water for dogs, but be sure to bring your own if you visit during the colder months of the year. To keep human visitors comfortable, there are plenty of shaded seating areas.
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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,001/sq mi

    #5 East Bench

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    East Bench is a neighborhood in the southeastern corner of Salt Lake City, and it's a half-hour drive from Centerville. In this area, there's a place called Rotary Glen Park. This expansive area has a large off-leash dog area, as well as picnic facilities, restrooms, and pavilions. The off-leash area doesn't divide dogs by weight, so be prepared for your big dog to make little friends. Within the off-leash area, there's a creek where your dog can take a dip. Some of the walking areas in the dog park have steep hills so you can get a good workout in alongside your dog.
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