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Dog Areas in Kaysville

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Just 17 miles south from Ogden, Kaysville is a clean, quiet family-friendly community. Locals love the town’s movie theater, ample grocery stores and pristine city parks. With Ogden just a short drive north, and Salt Lake City only 23 miles south, residents of Kaysville have tons of big city amenities to choose from, too. If your pup needs a checkup or urgent care, Kaysville has a veterinary hospital to make sure your furry friend’s needs are taken care of!

Dogs are prohibited in all Kaysville parks, except for the puptacular East Mountain Wilderness Park. Luckily for you and Fido, this is Kaysville’s largest park at 140 acres! Leash your dog and explore the different loop trails that extend across the beautiful natural setting. The Bamberger Loop offers a variety of habitats on your walk with a mix of meadows and woods. You and your pup will have lots to see and sniff, plus stunning views of the Wasatch Mountain Range.

Need a place to spend the night with your pup? The Comfort Inn Layton is just three miles away from Kaysville and welcomes pets overnight for an additional fee.

With a huge, furrific and fur-iendly park and other nearby conveniences, Kaysville is pawsome!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Kaysville

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    Population Density 3,131/sq mi

    #1 West Fruit Heights

    A pawsome dog walking spot awaits you and Fido just three miles from Kaysville in Fruit Heights. Here, you and your leashed pup can get some exercise and enjoy the outdoors at the Gailey Trail at Nicholls Park in this neighborhood. The two-mile wood chip trail winds through forest and grasslands and over an arching wooden bridge above a seasonally-flowing creek. Although the trail is nestled in the middle of town, it feels secluded and quiet. You and your furry friend will love the sights and smells on your walk, and you may even spot some wildlife on your jaunt!
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    Population Density 3,874/sq mi

    #2 East Layton

    You and your pup will love the East Layton neighborhood’s Andy Adams Park, just four miles from Kaysville. In Layton, this pawpular 7.5-acre park has tons of open grassy space where you and your leashed four-legged friend can romp and roam. If you and Fido prefer a paved walk, there is a woofderful walkway around the southern and western perimeter of the greenspace that begins at the parking lot. It’s a furrific place to stretch your legs, enjoy some sunshine and puptacular views of the Wasatch Mountain Range. Andy Adams Park also has a playground, restrooms, picnic areas with barbecue grills, tennis courts and Wi-Fi!
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    Population Density 3,409/sq mi

    #3 Oak Hills

    Just four miles from Kaysville, you and your pooch can revel in the peaceful outdoors in Layton’s Oak Hills neighborhood. This neighborhood is home to Holmes Creek Reservoir, a woofderful spot for a walk with your leashed dog. At 35 acres, this green space has tons of room to explore while taking in stunning mountain views from the lakeshore. While boating and swimming are not allowed, fishing from the banks of the reservoir is extremely pawpular. For a furrific hike in this neighborhood, check out the Adams Canyon Trail. This moderate 4.5-mile there-and-back trail is pawpular because of its sweeping vistas of the valley below and a waterfall!
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    Population Density 3,650/sq mi

    #4 Church St

    Looking for a mellow neighborhood park to visit with your leashed pup? Head to the Church St neighborhood in Layton! About five miles from Kaysville, Sand Ridge Park has 10 acres of community greenspace where leashed dogs are welcome. Take a stroll on the park’s half-mile paved walking path or play in the open grassy areas. There’s fun for the rest of the family too, with a playground, a sand volleyball court plus tennis and basketball courts. Pack a picnic and take advantage of the covered tables and barbecue grills at this beautiful neighborhood park! Restrooms and Wi-Fi are also available. Be sure to bring drinking water for you and Fido.
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    Population Density 2,840/sq mi

    #5 Kays Creek

    A pawsome park and a tail wagging trail are what you and Fido will find in Layton’s Kays Creek neighborhood! About six miles from Kaysville, you and your leashed dog will love taking a jaunt on the Kays Creek Parkway Trail. This paved 4.5-mile path is a dog and stroller-friendly walkway that winds through an urban greenway and around the west shore of Hobbs Reservoir. As you make your way to the reservoir, keep an eye out for birds and wildlife! After your walk with your pooch, check out Oak Forest Park. This woofderful 10-acre neighborhood greenspace has restrooms, a playground, covered picnic areas, open grassy fields, tennis courts and Wi-Fi!
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