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Dog Areas in North Salt Lake

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Located within Davis County, North Salt Lake is evolving into a more diverse place. While working on providing more dog-friendly activities, North Salt Lake currently houses several affordable accommodations and dog services. However just around the bend, at a ten-minute drive, Salt Lake City resides as a wonderful destination to take your dog too. With a welcoming environment and a close-knit community, Salt Lake City can be a home-like destination to bring Fido to.

With twelve dog parks, two hiking trails, and over sixty dog-friendly restaurants, Salt Lake has something for everyone. Some of the most noted restaurants are Em’s, Spitz SLC, Pig and a Jelly Jar, and Cafe on 1st. Offering a wide variety of foods including American favorites, Mediterranean delicacies, comfort foods, and coffees, these five-star restaurants invite dogs to enjoy the warm atmosphere too.

Salt Lake City also offers a unique dog camp for your beloved companion to enjoy. This camp is more of a daycare, where your dog can play either inside or outside in safe areas. The counselors are certified in first aid and dog behavior. You’ll find other dog services in both North Salt Lake and Salt Lake City.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in North Salt Lake

  1. Dog Parks 10
    Population Density 731/sq mi

    #1 Salt Lake City

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    Salt Lake City is only 10 minutes from North Salt Lake City. Salt Lake has a wide variety of dog-friendly activities for all dogs to enjoy, including several parks that include separate areas for big and small dogs, creeks, and large grassy areas. The nature reserve in Salt Lake also hosts a beautiful waterfall that you can access via trail with Fido. Numerous hiking opportunities are also available for nature-loving dogs and their hiker parents. Other accommodations such as water faucets, fenced separated areas, and agility equipment are provided for park goers. Shaded benches and pavilions are also provided for the comfort of pet parents. 

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 4,083/sq mi

    #2 Sandy

    36

    Sandy, Utah is only 30 minutes from North Salt Lake. With beautiful nature in the scenery, Dimple Dell Nature Park provides you and Fido access to the wildlife of Utah. With numerous multi-use trails that cross the local ravine, dogs are welcome to hike by your side as long as they remain leashed. With canopies of trees, the trail usually remains shaded, which is perfect for the extra-long hike Fido would want to take. Your dog will be sure to have a pawtastic time with the new scents, the exercise, and with the quality time spent with their favorite person ever.

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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 5,415/sq mi

    #3 Taylorsville

    24

    Taylorsville is 20 minutes from North Salt Lake, and is home to a beautiful off-leash dog park. With three separate areas for small, medium, and large dogs to play in, the park is safe for dogs of all shapes and sizes. Located across from the beautiful Jordan river, this park is perfect for all dogs to romp safely and make new friends.  With large grassy fields, your dog can socialize to their heart’s content. The fields are big enough for a few games of fetch and tug-of-war. The park also includes benches for onlooking pet parents to sit comfortably as their dogs have a tail-wagging time. 

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  4. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 2,211/sq mi

    #4 West Jordan

    12

    West Jordan is only 20 minutes from North Salt Lake, Utah, and is home to a sweet little dog park that is highly rated amongst park goers. With three acres, all dogs can have enough room to romp and play in the enclosed fields, off-leash. The park is separated into three areas, with one being for small dogs and two for larger dogs. Luxuries such as water spouts, waste pick-up bags, and shaded benches are also available for park goers. Plenty of friendly dogs are present for your beloved pooch to play with, and there are plenty of new scents to smell. Come on over to West Jordan with your favorite four-legged friend.

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  5. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 3,488/sq mi

    #5 Layton

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    Under twenty minutes from North Salt Lake, Layton is home to the most beautiful trail of Adams Canyon. Equipped with a forty-foot waterfall, this beautiful trail is perfect for experienced hikers seeking their next thrill with fido by their side. The waterfall is coincidently placed in the best location, at the end of the trail, so hikers and dogs can take a break by cooling off in the refreshing mist of this natural beauty. If you have an active dog and love hiking, then this complex trail is a perfect combination of a moderate challenge and a beautiful nature view.

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