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Dog Areas in Cottonwood Heights

9 Parks
2 Trails
15 Shops
8 Eateries
6 Groomers

Cottonwood Heights is a suburban town squished between the two major cities of Salt Lake City and Sandy in Utah. The area is gorgeous, with skyscrapers to the west and tall mountains to the east. The small city is young, having only been incorporated back in 2005, but has some great achievements, like becoming the 100th best place to list in the United States in 2007 by Money Magazine. The city is also one of the best places to live for pups, thanks to the large number of dog-friendly parks, trails, and five veterinarians. 

Crestwood Park is a gorgeous area to head to with Fido thanks to its large open spaces, forested areas with shaded sitting areas, and recreational fields. There's plenty of space to run around in, along with paved walking trails, enclosed tennis courts, a playground, picnic shelter, and restrooms. Pups must be on a leash inside the park, but have access to amenities like nighttime lights, clean-up stations, water fountains, benches, and trash bins.

Old Mill Park is on the northern side of the city and has an amazing view of the mountains with lots of space and a fishing pond. The park has a historical building which is over 100 years old that used to be the town's mill. There's also lots of open fields, a tennis court, grassy areas, forested trails, a playground, and paved walkway. The park connects to a 1-mile trail known as the Old Mill Bike Path, which is open to bikers, hikers, and dog-walkers. Dogs have to be on a leash in both places.

Cottonwood Heights may be a young town, but as it gets older, it's expanding to take care of its four-legged and two-legged residents.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Cottonwood Heights

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    Population Density 5,245/sq mi

    #1 Northwest Cottonwood Heights

    Northwest Cottonwood Heights is a small residential neighborhood on the upper corner of the city. In the middle of the homes in the area is Mountainview Park, which has 24+ acres of green space, recreational fields, and paved walking paths. The concrete trails wind through the park, making up 1.4 miles of track that surround two soccer fields, a playground, enclosed tennis courts, and picnic area. There is also an open area, shaded areas, and a pavilion to enjoy that is available to leashed pups. Additional amenities include water fountains, trash bins, benches, clean-up stations, and nighttime lights. After working up an appetite, head over to the Blue Lemon with Fido and enjoy a casual dining experience. There are 10 dog-friendly outdoor tables, complimentary water, and delicious menu items like Steak Tacos and Fettuccine Alfredo.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,741/sq mi

    #2 Cottonwood Manor

    Cottonwood Manor is a residential neighborhood on the northeastern side of the city, with gorgeous views of the mountains. Mill Hollow Park is the largest park in the community and is surrounded by trees and a sandy terrain, with an asphalt path that encompasses the park. Inside the area is a baseball field, open space, a soccer field, a playground, and fenced-in tennis courts. North of the park is Berry Hill Park, which has a green open area to run around and play in, with large shaded areas and benches to relax on when the playing is done. Dogs have to remain on a leash inside both parks.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,753/sq mi

    #3 Central Cottonwood Heights

    Central Cottonwood Heights is in the middle of the city and provides access to the town's shopping districts and small business center. Despite the busy area, the Bywater Park still offers a gorgeous space to play in, with three fenced-in baseball fields, vibrant grassy areas, tennis courts, thick trees with lots of shade, forested trails, and a playground. Fido can play in the open space and run around in the baseball fields, as long as no teams are playing. There's also access to water fountains, benches, picnic tables, and nighttime lights. Down the street is Cafe Zupas, a dog-friendly cafe with outdoor sitting tables for humans and pups. The cafe offers lunch and dinner courses, along with free water bowls for Fido.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,405/sq mi

    #4 Auburn Heights

    Auburn Heights is a suburban community on the east side of the center of the city. Dog walkers will rejoice when heading to the area's most liked park, Butler Park. The area has 18 acres of green space, which includes fenced-in tennis courts, soccer fields, paved walkways, a playground, and picnic tables. Fido can run around and play, but must remain on a leash inside the park. Additional features include water fountains and benches. The park connects to an unmarked trail that is made from concrete and extends out of the park. The trail is dog-friendly and extends out over .5 miles, and requires pups to stay on leash. 
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    Population Density 3,096/sq mi

    #5 Southeast Cottonwood Heights

    Southeast Cottonwood Heights sits on the edge of the city, backed by packed rows of residential homes and towering mountains. Golden Hills Park is a dog-friendly area in the community, and provides not only a scenic view of the mountain peaks, but also has an ample open space to run around and play in, an encompassing trail to walk on that's made from concrete, and shaded sitting areas. There is also a fenced-in tennis court, a playground, a pavilion, and picnic tables. Dogs do have to be on a leash inside the park, but will have access to other features like clean-up stations, water fountains, and benches.
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