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Dog Areas in Midvale, UT

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Traces of Midvale Utah’s early days are still apparent in its picturesque Old Town area, which is reminiscent of a small 1950s town. The rest of the city, however, is bustling, modern, and incredibly pet-friendly. For a city of its size, it has a pawmazing number of fur-iendly businesses, including four veterinarians. It’s also within easy driving distance of other large cities with dog-friendly amenities, including Murray, Sandy, and Salt Lake City.

A number of Midvale’s outdoor locales are accessible to doggos, including the city’s beautiful Union Park. Rimmed with breathtaking mountain scenery, the park has walking paths and wide expanses of grass to explore with your leashed pup. It also features a large pavilion with several benches if you need a shady break, as well as a picnic area, a playground, and restrooms. Bring along waste bags and water.

The Jordan River Parkway Trail is a puptastic place to set out on a hike with your leashed doggo. The 45-mile long trail stretches along the Jordan River from Utah Lake to the Great Salt Lake. If you hop on the trail in Midvale’s Endot community, you and your pup can hike north to Murray or south to Sandy. The trail winds through parks and is adjacent in places to shopping areas, making it easy to find rest spots, water, and even snacks. Bring along waste bags.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Midvale, UT

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    Population Density 2,287/sq mi

    #1 Endot


    The community of Endot in Midvale is pretty close to pawfect for doggos, with a fur-iendly hotel, eatery, and park. Check out Staybridge Suites Midvale for accommodations, and Beans and Brews Coffee House for eats. Beans and Brews has a diverse menu plus outdoor tables where your pup can sit with you. When it’s time to work off some energy, head on over to Bingham Junction Park. This unique 10-acre park was inspired by a circuit board, and it features grassy areas and walkways that your leashed pup can explore, as well as restrooms, a playground, and large, shaded pavilions with picnic tables. Bring along waste bags and water.

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    Population Density 5,528/sq mi

    #2 Midvale City Center

    Midvale’s City Center is a pawtastic community if you’re looking for fur-iendly accommodations. La Quinta Inn Salt Lake City Utah, Park Inn by Radisson Salt Lake City Midvale, Motel 6 Midvale, and Days Inn Salt Lake City South are all pet-friendly. But, all rest and no play makes Fido a dull pup. When it’s time to get some exercise, head to the Midvale City Park, which has a small fenced off-leash park as well. In the larger park, your leashed doggo can join you on the walking track and grassy areas, or under the pavilion, where you can catch some shade. If your pupper likes to socialize, stop in at the off-leash park too. Although waste bags are provided inside the dog park, bring some for the larger park; and water for both.
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    Population Density 2,807/sq mi

    #3 Murray W Vine St / Commerce Dr


    The I-215 is all that divides Midvale from it’s next-door neighbor, Murray, Utah. It’s certainly worth the short jaunt to take advantage of Murray’s many fur-iendly amenities and businesses. The community of W Vine St / Commerce Drive is a great place to start exploring. If you’d like to grab a bite to eat, check out the Rumbi Island Grill, Rubio’s Coastal Grill, or Mimi’s Cafe. All three restaurants have dog-friendly outdoor seating. But the real draw of this community is its parks and trails. Arrowhead Park and Germania Park are only a 20-minute walk from each other, following the scenic Jordan River Parkway Trail. Arrowhead Park has plenty of green space to explore, as well as picnic tables, restrooms, and walking trails. Germania Park includes a picnic area, playground, restrooms, and grassy areas just waiting for a romp. Bring along waste bags and a bowl for your doggo that you can fill at the parks.

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    Population Density 5,852/sq mi

    #4 East Fort Union

    This neighborhood of Midvale has a lot to offer you and your pup. Featuring four eateries where you can take your pup, this is the place to be! Einstein Bros. Bagels is perfect for a quick bite, with its menu of bagels and sandwiches. Starbucks offers coffee delights, and a special Puppacino for your furry bestie. Cold Stone Creamery will satisfy your sweet tooth with unique ice cream creations and flavors. Or indulge in freshly-baked yumminess at Kneader’s Bakery and Cafe. All of these pawrific choices offer dog friendly seating, which means your pup can tag along and enjoy them with you.
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    Population Density 7,407/sq mi

    #5 S 700 E/ S 900 E

    If you need to stay over in Midvale, check into the dog friendly Super 8 Midvale in this neighborhood, where two dogs weighing up to 40 lbs can stay for no added fees. Firehouse Subs is a pawsome spot to grab tasty sandwiches when hunger strikes. Order a noodle or rice bowl at Pei Wei Asian Diner which serves a variety of Asian inspired fare. You can also order Thai curry dishes and even sushi, as this menu has something for everyone. Both eateries offer outdoor seating so your pup can tag along, but be aware that there is no table service, so bring a friend to watch your furry pal while you order.

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