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Dog Areas in Lindon

Lindon is a suburban city of around 11,000 people in Utah, and it's only 45 minutes south of Salt Lake City. Located in Utah County, Lindon is also considered part of the Provo-Orem Metropolitan Statistical Area. Living in Lindon gives you the best of big city living, and combined with its proximity to Mount Timpanogos, Lindon is the perfect place to call home! There is a variety of restaurants, shops, schools, medical facilities, and all of the recreational opportunities you could ever dream of! There are all sorts of trails, parks, and green spaces to explore in and around Lindon, and many of these activities are dog-friendly. 

There are five city parks in Lindon, and each one can be rented out for family events and other activities. While there isn't an off-leash dog park in Lindon, your dog can join you on a leash at most of these parks. One park you won't want to miss is Lindon City Park on State Street in central Lindon. This park has been a hub of activity in the Lindon for years, and it's undergone several updates to make it modern and fun. There are playgrounds, sports fields, open fields, and walking trails at Lindon City Park. If your dog is on a leash, they can join you for a day of fun at this city park. When it's time to make a trip to an off-leash park with your pet, there are lots of those near Lindon, too!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Lindon

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    Population Density 2,996/sq mi

    #1 White City

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    Western Sandy, Utah is about 20 miles north of Lindon, and this area is where Sandy Dog Park is located. This off-leash dog park sits on an acre of land, and it doesn't separate dogs by their weight. Part of the park is covered in mulch, and the other half has a grass surface, and a special type of grass is used to be more drought tolerant and use less water! There is also a water spout for dogs to drink from at Sandy Dog Park, but it's turned off during the winter, so be sure to bring your own water then. The park is open daily from 7 AM to dusk, and it also features a walking trail, benches, and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 658/sq mi

    #2 Provost South

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    The southeastern corner of Provo, Utah is where you and Sparky will find the Bicentennial Dog Park. This off-leash park is just a 20-minute drive from Lindon, and it was the first dog park built in the city. Bicentennial Park is a 31-acre park that also has a duck pond, playgrounds, disc golf, splash pads, and more. The dog park doesn't divide dogs into different areas by their weight. There's a double-gated entry system to the dog park, and the surface is mostly sand with a few grassy areas. There are benches, waste disposal supplies, and a fire hydrant in the park, but be sure to bring your own drinking water.
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    Population Density 1,026/sq mi

    #3 Corner Canyon

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    There's another off-leash dog park less than 20 miles from Lindon, and this one is in the northwestern corner of Draper, Utah. The Dayland Dog Park is a spacious area with separate sections for big and small dogs. There's a water feature that runs through the middle of the park so your pooch can splash around or cool off in it on hot days. There are also covered seating areas to keep human guests comfortable. Dayland Dog Park is open from 9 AM to 10 PM daily, and it also features drinking water for dogs and waste disposal supplies.
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    Population Density 298/sq mi

    #4 Northeast Midway

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    The northeastern corner of Midway, Utah is less than 30 miles from Lindon, and this area is home to the Park at Valais. This city park has pavilions, sports fields, tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, and a paved walking trail. There is also an off-leash dog park called Valais Dog Park, and it's a large space where dogs of all sizes can play with one another. The surface of the park is a mixture of grass and wood chips, and there is also a water fountain near the restrooms, but be sure to bring your own bowl. Don't forget to bring doggy bags, too!
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    Population Density 2,042/sq mi

    #5 Little Rock Canyon

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    The northern Provo community known as Little Rock Canyon is one spot where you can access the Provo River Parkway Trail, and it's less than 10 miles from Lindon. This 15-mile asphalt trail is part of a network of 1,600 trails that span America. These trails were created from abandoned railway lines that were converted into trails for public use. The Provo River Parkway Trail goes through city, county, and state parks, and your dog can join you on this trail if they're wearing their leash. Along your walk, you'll come across water fountains, benches, and restrooms, but make sure to bring your own doggy bags for Spot.
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