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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Croydon, UT

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    Population Density 4,142/sq mi

    #1 Layton Hills


    The neighborhood of Layton Hills in Layton, Utah, is about 34 miles west from Croydon. This area offers several pet-friendly hotels, which lends a helpful paw if you’re ever traveling to the Croydon area and need a place to stay! If you and Fido are craving a sweet treat, head on over to Sonic Drive-In, where you can dine with your pup in your car or on the patio. Fido will need to be on his leash, and make sure he doesn't accidentally eat any chocolate. There's also a PetSmart, where leashed dogs are always welcome to shop! 

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    Population Density 814/sq mi

    #2 Westbrook


    The Westbrook neighborhood of Roy is just over 30 miles from Croydon and sits near the Ogden-Hinckley Airport. Roy City Dog Park is a popular location for pups and their owners. This fenced-in, off-leash park is small, but the area is currently working on raising money to expand the site. Still, your pup will have room to roam on the beautiful, grassy land, and may even make a friend or two! Also in the neighborhood is Daisy Dooz, a local business that specializes in poop scooping and other waste removal services for dogs. If you live here, give them a call to keep your lawn clean and tidy.

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    Population Density 1,872/sq mi

    #3 South Ogden


    A 33-minute drive from Croydon takes you to South Ogden in Ogden, Utah. This area has a lot of residential communities and shopping areas, including some that are dog-friendly! The South Ogden Dog Park at Club Heights is one of the most popular spots for dog owners to bring their pooches. With two acres of space to explore, your dog can surely get his energy out on a beautiful day! South Ogden also has its own PETCO store for all kinds of dog foods and goodies. If you want to shop local, The Animal Park Marketplace is a popular local pet supply store that carries some of the healthiest foods for your pup, free from soy, wheat, and other questionable ingredients.

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    Population Density 1,211/sq mi

    #4 North Ogden


    A quick drive north from South Ogden, but about 45 minutes from Croydon, is the North Ogden neighborhood of Ogden. In addition to having several pet-friendly hotels, the area is also home to the popular Ogden City Dog Park. The fenced-in park has separate areas for large and small dogs and a double-gated security system to keep your dog inside and safe. And it even has fun obstacles and equipment for pooches to play with! If your belly is growling for some food, head to Two Bit Café, which invites you to eat with your pup at one of the outdoor tables.

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    Population Density 6,607/sq mi

    #5 Downtown


    Downtown Salt Lake City is about an hour away from Croydon, but there’s so much to do that you can easily spend a full day of quality time here with your dog! First, check out Pioneer Park, with a fenced-in dog park for your dog to run and play. Brigham Young Historic Park is a short distance from Pioneer Park, and it welcomes your leashed dog to explore historic statues among beautiful scenery. Then, take your pick from one of several dog-friendly restaurants in the neighborhood, like Twist, a popular pub that allows well-behaved, leashed dogs on the outdoor patio area.

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