Dog walking in Parowan

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“A girls best friend is a dog”

Hi! I have a passion for animals and have been around dogs my entire life. I grew up walking and taking care of all my neighbors dogs. Animals have always been a huge part of my life. In my spare time I ride and train horses. I can't wait to go on adventures with your furry friends!

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Can run with dogs, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Fast walker

Dog Walking in Parowan

Parowan is the county seat of Iron County. Its history can be traced back to 750 A.D. Petroglyphs, pottery, and arrowheads of the Fremont and Anasazi people have been found in the area. After it was settled in 1851 as one of the first cities in southern Utah, many of its original inhabitants went on to start communities in Nevada, Arizona, and Colorado. This earned Parowan the nickname of “Mother Town.” Today, this rural community honors its rich pioneer heritage. A tree lined Main Street, absence of traffic lights, and numerous historic buildings add to the homespun feel.

Next time your dog needs a walk, clip on their leash and pay a visit to Lions Park. This furrific open space has an expansive grass area that your pooch will go mutts over! Wander around so your pup’s sniffer can track all the new smells. Take a couple laps around the lawn to get your pup’s heart rate going. The community swimming pool is on the north end of the park. You’ll also find a couple playgrounds and a picnic pavilion.  

Not only is this town full of friendly faces, it also takes canine health seriously. Your pup will rest easy knowing local care is available. No wonder dogs love Parowan!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Parowan

East Parowan

48
Population Density
1 per sq. mi.

East Parowan

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Does your hound love to hike? Then lace up your boots, pack some water and snacks, and head over to the Valentine Peak Trail. Don’t be fooled by the trail’s sweet name, it packs quite a punch! Gaining 2,000 feet in elevation in 3.5 miles, this trail will definitely give your doggo a leg workout. But once at the top, your pal will feel like a champion! Plus, you’ll enjoy sweeping views of Parowan Valley, the Tushar Mountains, and Brian Head Peak. While on the summit, add your pup’s name to the sign in box, snap a furrific photo, and take a seat on the bench to soak in the scenery. 

Northwest Parowan

36
Population Density
2 per sq. mi.

Northwest Parowan

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Does your pup want to see something cool? Then head over to Parowan Gap Petroglyph Trail. Years and years ago, a river carved out a “gap” in the Red Hills and revealed Native American sandstone carvings. Linked to the Fremont, Hopi, and Paiute, the symbols date back hundreds, if not thousands, of years. A half mile trail gets you and your four legged explorer up close to the pawsome etchings of  geometric shapes, lizards, human figures, and bear claws. Archeologists have debated the meaning behind the petroglyphs; maybe your pup will have some insight. Be sure to snap a photo of the rock art, just refrain from touching it. 

Central Parowan

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Population Density
393 per sq. mi.

Central Parowan

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If you and your canine companion need a place to stay while in Parowan, make a reservation at Mountain View Lodge. This pawsome hotel welcomes furry guests for no additional fee. Before turning in for the night, take your pup for a stroll through Parowan Heritage Park. If your pooch is a fan of history, then this park will make their tail wag. In 1850, Parley P. Pratt camped here while exploring the area for potential pioneer settlements. Check out the monuments, statues, and interpretive plaques to learn more about the area’s past. Once your pooch is an expert on the matter, walk around the paved walking path so they can get some exercise. 

Parowan Canyon

12
Population Density
1 per sq. mi.

Parowan Canyon

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If your doggo is craving an adventure, head over to Hidden Haven Falls. The trailhead is 10 minutes from downtown Parowan, so this is a great option if your pooch doesn’t like long car rides. Let your pup be the guide as you follow the trail through groves of fragrant trees and shrubs. There are a couple of stream crossings, but rocks and bridges help keep your shoes dry. After .75 mile you’ll come to the waterfall. The flow depends on the amount of rainfall during the year. Even if the waterfall is no more than a small trickle, the hike still provides your pal with some puptacular red rock scenery.  

Brian Head

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Population Density
4 per sq. mi.

Brian Head

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This area is about 20 minutes south of Parowan and has a couple furrific trails that will make your pup’s tail wag! Vermillion Castle Trail leads you and your furry hiking partner through gorgeous terrain of red rock and juniper and cedar trees. It’s a bit steep in the beginning, but hang in there because the views are totally worth it! Water is not available and the trail is quite exposed Bring more than enough water for you and your pooch. Noah’s Ark Trail is also nearby. Venture down the path through more high desert scenery until you come to a massive red rock formation in the shape of, you guessed it- Noah’s Ark!