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Dog Areas in Ogden

4 Parks
1 Trail
1 Shop
17 Eateries

Ogden is a furiendly city located in Weber County, Utah that attracts visitors due to its historic buildings and railway past. Its also not far from the Great Salt Lake. If you are a dog lover, you will be pleased there is plenty for your pup to enjoy here too! For emergency care, there are 14 veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in town, so you are never far from help.

For a fun adventure outdoors, be sure to visit the Ogden Nature Center. This is a beautiful nature preserve that has some sniff-tastic trails your pup will enjoy. Here you can explore wetlands and forests, as well as walk next to the water. It is definitely a pawsome retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life!

When you are out exploring Ogden, be sure to drop into one of the dog friendly restaurants for a tasty treat and refreshment! The Coffee Compound is a nice place for a warm drink, and offers two outdoor tables for your dog is relax with you. If you love fresh juices and healthy options, head to A Good Life Café & Juice Bar. This place also has puptastic outdoor seating for you and your furry friend. Enjoy the good life that Ogden has to offer for you and your pup!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Ogden

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 334/sq mi

    #1 Ogden Golf and Countryclub

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    For some off-leash fun, head to South Ogden Dog Park at Club Heights! This is a pup-tastic place for your furry companion to run and roam, with two acres of open grass to play fetch, as well as to practice training. Since there are fences, you won’t have to worry, as your pup is safe to explore on his own! There are also some forested areas in the park where your dog can grab some shade on hot days. Be sure to bring some water for your panting pup as there is none available on site.

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  2. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,047/sq mi

    #2 Evona

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    There is nothing more that your pup will love than a run around in the local dog park! In the Evona neighborhood, you will find Ogden City Dog Park, which is a pawsome place for your fluffy companion to exercise. This puptastic place has fenced small and large dog areas, as well as an agility course with obstacles for some tail wagging fun! They also have water stations for your dog, which are lowered specially for some pup refreshments. Since Ogden City Dog Park is popular with locals, you have the opportunity to make some new furry friends on your day out!

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 8,970/sq mi

    #3 Ogden City Center

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    In the Ogden City Center, you will find a bunch of dog friendly eateries. If you love a coffee in the morning, be sure to drop into the Grounds for Coffee. This is a casual and relaxing place to chill out with your pup, as well as enjoy a pastry treat. Your pooch can join you at one of the outdoor tables. For lunch, you can enjoy some delicious sandwiches and soups at The Bickering Sisters. There are six outdoor tables where your furry companion can lie down and have a nap while you eat. If you love Mexican food, head to the Sonora Grill. This place serves up tasty dishes and your pooch can feel at home at one of the outdoor tables!

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 4,099/sq mi

    #4 East Bench

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    The Bonneville Shore Line features endless miles of sniff-tastic trails where you can bring your pup to bound around and explore with you! Check out the Bonneville Shoreline Trail through Mount Ogden, which is a pawsome six mile loop trail. Here you can hike with your furry companion and enjoy the scenic views that only this kind of natural area can provide. It is best to keep your pup leashed since bikes can use the trail. Although there are some natural springs on some of the trail for your pup to cool down, bring some water for drinking, and bags for cleaning up.

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,740/sq mi

    #5 Waterfall Canyon

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    At Waterfall Canyon, you will find some pawsome trails to take your pup on! The Waterfall Canyon Trail is a sniff-tastic place to explore with your fluffy companion. The trail does have a gentle slope to test you and your pup, with some stunning scenic views over Ogden. There is also a river bank around one mile into the trail where your furry friend can take a dip and cool down. Since there are some rocky areas on this trail, it is best to keep your pup on his leash. Once you get to the waterfall, take a pause and enjoy the sight, smell and sound of this gorgeous spot!

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