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Dog Areas in Kanab

2 Parks
4 Trails
1 Shop
6 Eateries
1 Groomer

Fun adventures are waiting for anyone who dares to explore “the little Hollywood” in Kane County, Utah. Renowned for its filmography history, Kanab is a great place to bring Fido to visit a number of historic places and to soak up the atmosphere of wild dunes and hot sand. You'll find plenty of touristy attractions here, such as Bryce Canyon National Park and Lake Powell. The city is also home to a veterinary hospital in case your pal requires veterinary attention during your stay.

Paria Canyon Wilderness should be first on your list of places to visit with Fido while in Kanab. This dog-friendly place offers an unforgettable hiking experience and picturesque views of the canyon, which is part of Vermilion Cliffs National Monument. Grab a leash and a camera, or you will regret missing out on those opportunities to snatch a great shot! The major hiking part of the area is free to explore, but some places require you to obtain a permit online 4 months prior to your visit.

If your mutt is fond of hiking and you don't want to limit his options, Kanab has a well-developed, dog-friendly trail system with a range of difficulties, from easy to moderate. Let your mutt romp, frisk and explore the beautiful and scenic landscapes here, with fields, wildflowers and a little rock climbing included! If you want to stay in Kanab for a few days with your pooch, there are plenty of choices, from simple rooms in hostels to luxury suites in hotels, for every four-legged visitor.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kanab

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    Population Density 62/sq mi

    #1 Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park

    The Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, well-known as a shifting sea of red sand, is also a totally dog-friendly place with a range of opportunities for every visitor. This unique, ever-changing place with red dunes offers an spacious place for your mutt to explore on-leash. Your pal can also join you for boating, fishing or camping in the area affected by a cool phenomenon of nature called the Venturi Affect, which makes the sand move around, as if blown by the wind. You have to be sure to protect your mutt’s paws before the walk because the dunes become hot very easily. The best time for visiting the park is in October or November when the weather is more pleasant and less aggressive to sensitive skin.
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    Population Density 460/sq mi

    #2 North Hurricane

    Hurricane is a city in Washington County which offers convenient access to the Grand Canyon and Zion National Park via highway. Your pup will love visiting the northern part, where Hurricane Dog Park is located. The dog playground with two separate areas can be found in its western region of Stout Park. Both areas do not have any requirements for size; they are divided in order to let active and less active pooches play together or spend some alone time with their owners playing fetch or exercising. The playground is grassy and has shade and benches, but you have to bring some water with you.
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    Population Density 23/sq mi

    #3 Watchman Residential Area

    Springdale is the closest city to the prominent Zion National Park, located southwest of the Watchman Residential Area, which is one of few dog-friendly places in the park. Your journey here will take you through the beautiful views of Zion-Mount Carmel Highway leading to Pa’rus Trails. This is a 3.5-mile trail is easy to walk, and dogs are allowed to join their owners for a little on-leash exercise. One-and-a-half miles of the trail wanders along the Virgin River, with several paths to step down and dip your feet (and paws!) in. Be very careful, though! The stream is strong, and it is best to keep your pooch on his leash and supervise him at all times.
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    Population Density 62/sq mi

    #4 The Wave Trail


    While visiting Kanab, don't miss a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to challenge yourself and your pooch with an outdoor adventure along the Wave Trail. The beauty of the surrounding nature, with its colorful rocks and fragile ecosystem, will leave you in awe, while your pooch can explore the dusty roads and sniff new adventures coming your way. You are allowed to hike around the Red Canyon and Vermillion Cliffs and access the Paria River. Make sure to take enough water with you and keep your pup on leash at all times. Due to the popularity, you are required to obtain a permit to visit the place with your pal.

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    Population Density 242/sq mi

    #5 South Washington

    Washington is a city in Washington County and the largest suburb of St. George. In the southern part of the city, two blocks away from Sullivan Virgin River Soccer Park, you will find a beautiful dog-friendly place buzzing with fun and happy barks of visitors – Dog Town Park. A local favorite, this park is divided into two areas for small and large pooches and features some water amenities which every canine will love. The park has a special fenced area where dogs are allowed to safely play, frisk and romp off-leash. You will find many other convenient amenities for your pup’s enjoyment, including benches and picnic areas to share a sandwich and gaze around.
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