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Dog Areas in Murray, UT

9 Parks
11 Shops
12 Eateries
4 Groomers

The city of Murray in Utah is a mountainous community, centered in the Salt Lake Valley with peaks surrounding the area. The city has been known as a Tree City since 1977, as it has been protecting and providing lots of forested areas around the town. A lot of this area is found in an abundance of dog-friendly parks and recreational areas, and with three animal hospitals in-town, its the perfect place to romp with your pup.

Germania Park is one of the most visited parks in the city for humans and dogs, thanks to the large area of open fields, grassy plains, and a mile of paved trails. Leash up your pup before heading out and enjoying the parks, including its amenities like the pavilion, BBQ pits, water fountains, benches, and clean-up stations. The park connects to the Jordan River Parkway Trail, an asphalt path that follows along the Jordan River for over 43 miles. Leashed pups are welcome on the trail for a short walk or long hike, with access to water fountains and benches along the way.

For a peaceful time out with Fido, head over to Murray Park, a park of the same name as the city that offers rolling fields of live grass, paved trails, and forested paths. The area is the perfect place to stop, get some water, play or just hang out for a leisurely walk.

The town of Murray offers Fido plenty of places to run, play or just enjoy being a dog, which will give you and him a reason every day to go out for a walk.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Murray, UT

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    Population Density 6,166/sq mi

    #1 Murray

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    The neighborhood of Murray shares the same name of the city, with rows of residential homes and bustling streets. On the south side of the neighborhood lies the Willow Pond Park, a spacious park with scenic views of Willow Pond and rolling grassy fields. Fido will enjoy plenty of areas to run around, play or the paved path that encircles the park. Dogs are not required to be on a leash at this park, although it is not fenced-in. The park also offers water fountains, clean-up stations, benches, and nighttime lights since the park is opened from 7 AM to 11 PM.
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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,437/sq mi

    #2 Southwood

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    Southwood is a quaint little neighborhood that takes its name from its location in the southern side of the city. A small but neighborly park here is Southwood Park, which provides a large open area, soccer field, enclosed tennis courts, and playground. Leashed pups are welcome here and will have a pawsome time either playing a good game of fetch or enjoying a lovely walk around the perimeter path. The park also features water fountains, trash bins, and benches. If you're already walking, then walk on over to the Apple Spice Junction, a restaurant that offers pastries and lunch courses to the dog-friendly outdoor seating.
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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,561/sq mi

    #3 Forest Creek

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    Forest Creek is a neighborhood on the southern side of the city, known for the mixture of farmlands and thick forests throughout the area. The Wheeler Historic Farm shares 75 acres of this land, marking an old farm that has become a public, recreational place for humans, dogs, and horses. The farm boasts 40 acres of backwoods, with 2.2 miles of paved and nature trails that span into the woods and around the area. You'll find benches and water fountains along the paths. Leashed pups can also enjoy the open area of grassy fields, public pavilion, picnic shelters, barbeque pits, large parking lot, and nighttime lights.
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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 3,459/sq mi

    #4 Walden Meadows

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    Walden Meadows gets its name thanks to the sprawling fields that are scattered around the neighborhood. The Walden Park has plenty of these meadows, along with open spaces, paved trails, and access to the Jordan River that cuts right through the park. Dogs must remain on a leash at the park, but can swim, play and go for a nice long walk to get all that energy out. Other features include water fountains, benches, and trash bins. The Hidden Village Park is in the center of the community, and provides residents with an open area, and a perimeter trail for walks and play. Leashed pups and humans can also enjoy the enclosed tennis courts, pavilion, water fountains, and benches.
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    Population Density 4,134/sq mi

    #5 Murray Heritage District

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    Murray Heritage District is an older neighborhood, with historic buildings and some of the first land that was incorporated in the town. In the middle of the urban buildings is Grant Park, a recreational park with four enclosed baseball diamonds, paved paths, grassy fields, and shaded sitting areas. Dogs are welcome in the park while they are leashed and can even roam on the ballfields as long as no teams are playing, but you will have to remember to bring clean-up bags with you. You'll also have to remember to eat and when you do, you should head to the Corner Bakery Cafe. The cafe has dog-friendly seating for pups, complimentary water bowls, and some delicious vanilla treats for Fido!
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