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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Holladay

  1. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 5,494/sq mi

    #1 Sandy


    This dog-friendly neighborhood is home to The Dimple Dell Nature Park. It is located about 8 miles south of Holladay, Utah. Your pooch must be on a leash while you are here. There are several trails to hike on, and most of them are beginner level once you get down the ravine. There is a river that runs through this park, and in the summer, your dog can take a dip. The current can be fast, so if your pooch isn’t a good swimmer, you might not want to let him in the water. Your pup will have a blast exploring the wilderness. Make sure to bring water and some waste bags to clean-up after your pooch. 

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 7,249/sq mi

    #2 North Western Salt Lake City


    This city is located about 15 minutes from Holladay, Utah and is home to the Herman Franks Park. This dog park allows for some off-leash fun in an area that is completely fenced in. The park provides waste bags and trash cans for you to use while picking up after your pooch. Your pup will have a blast running around in the wood-chipped terrain. If it gets too hot for you or your pooch, you can find shade under one of the many trees. If your pup is social, they will not have a problem making new friends at this park, as it’s usually quite busy. This is a paw-tastic time for you and your pooch.

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    Population Density 393/sq mi

    #3 Heritage Way


    This city is only about 10 minutes from Holladay, Utah and has a great spot for you and your pooch to visit. Parley’s Nature Reserve is an on-leash park for dogs and their families, but there are also several areas where your pooch will be allowed to be off his leash and sniff around the terrain; these areas will be marked. There is also a river that runs the length of this reserve if your pooch wants to take a dip. You will need to keep an eye out for the different places to jump in the water. The trail is dirt-covered, and when you reach the end of the trail, there is an area available for owners and their dogs to make a splash together. Grab your pup’s leash and some water before you head out, along with waste disposal bags. Your pup won’t want to leave this fun nature reserve!

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    Population Density 393/sq mi

    #4 Millcreek

    This dog-friendly city is located about 10 minutes form Holladay, Utah and is a great place for you and your pooch to get in some exercise. The Tanner Park is a great park for you and your pooch to visit. Grab your hiking boots and your pup’s leash to walk on the trails. The trail’s terrain in this park is made up of dirt and rock. Something to keep in mind is that the trails are more difficult; they aren’t recommended for beginners. There is also a nice creek that your pooch can take a swim in. Make sure to grab some water for you and your canine friend. If you need to cool off, there is plenty of shade from the trees, and there are also waste stations along the trails. This is a great place to bond with your pooch while you both sneak in a work out.
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    Population Density 1,449/sq mi

    #5 Salt Lake City


    If you want to spend a day in nature with your pooch, visit the Memory Grove Off-Leash Area at Freedom Trail. This park has designated areas for your pooch to be off of his leash; otherwise, they should stay on the leash. A good thing to know is that there is not a lot of parking available. The trails are narrow and dirt-covered, and there are no fences to keep your pup from wandering away. There is a lake, but your pooch will not be allowed to swim in it. If your pooch wants to make a splash, he can do so in the nearby creek. You will want to bring waste bags and water for your day in this park. If it gets too hot, there are plenty of trees to shield yourself from the sun. Enjoy a great day with your pooch; they will not want to leave!

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