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Dog Areas in Provo

93 Parks
9 Trails
12 Shops
19 Eateries
20 Groomers

Provo, Utah is the place to be if you want to enjoy all of the life's splendor with man's best friend. In the past, Provo has won many awards, like first for community optimism and first in health and well-being. The award also includes dog well-being, with the inclusion of ten veterinarians and 813 acres of dog-friendly space to explore.

Bicentennial Dog Park is part of this dog-friendly space. The park recently became available to off-leash dogs, with two separate fenced-in areas for small and large dogs, a double-gated entrance, running water fountains and clean-up stations. If exploration is what Fido is trying to sniff out, then head over to the Provo Peak Trailhead, the beginning of Probo Peak Trail that travels 12 miles up the mountain to Provo Peak. Dogs are welcome, but must remain on leash.

You think parks and trails are the only dog-friendly thing in town? Nope! For proof, check out Noodles & Company, a dog-friendly pasta venue with an international flare. The restaurant has dog-friendly outdoor seating and complimentary water for pets. From dog-friendly restaurants to dog parks, you and Fido will be able to enjoy all that Provo has to offer.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Provo

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    Population Density 2,799/sq mi

    #1 Fort Utah


    The Fort Utah neighborhood in Provo is considered doggy heaven with lots of dog-friendly options. Fort Utah Park is a small urban space that allows leashed dogs on the paved walking trails and the open field, and offers amenities like water fountains, trash bins, and benches. If you want a more rigorous activity, hike over to the Provo River Trail, a 15.2-mile trail that heads north along the river. If you're wanting somewhere quiet, but filled with nature, the Utah Lake State Park is the option for you. Long, scenic and dog-friendly trails for any leashed pups can be found here, as well as access to the shorelines of Lake Utah.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,042/sq mi

    #2 North Park

    Bring Fido out to an afternoon picnic at the Exchange Park in the North Park neighborhood. The dog-friendly picnic areas are open to any leashed dogs, along with the open fields and a small paved trail that runs throughout the park. You must come prepared with clean-up bags. The 8-acre area that makes up Riverside Park is the next best dog-friendly option in the neighborhood, with extended access to the Provo River and a short shoreline. You might even need to bring a towel, because Fido will be sure to get messy in the sand, even though you have to keep him on a leash.
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    Population Density 1,975/sq mi

    #3 Maeser

    When you're looking for a place to go for a walk in the neighborhood of Maeser, you've got two pawtastic options. The first choice is Maeser Park, a 2.4-acre park with a small paved trail and a shaded pavilion. You'll find great amenities likes benches, picnic areas, water fountains and clean-up stations, although Fido must remain on a leash. For something a bit more open, Harmon Park is available. The recreational park has two baseball fields and a large open area in between. The dog-friendly park allows leashed dogs to roam around and play in the open field, but are not allowed onto the baseball fields.
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    Population Density 1,895/sq mi

    #4 Joaquin

    The Joaquin neighborhood is on the east side of town, and is packed to the brim with residential communities. With such a bustling district, you don't have to look far for a park. Memorial Park is the larger park in the area, at about 8.8 acres. This park is lined with vibrant trees, and has a looping trail that runs through the park. Dogs are welcome on a leash, and can enjoy amenities like water fountains, benches, and trash bins. For a park with a bit more facilities like clean-up stations and a picnic area, head over to Joaquin Park, a 1.1-acre park that has a beautiful open field, or a game of fetch.
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    Population Density 2,001/sq mi

    #5 Grandview North


    The Grandview North neighborhood is in the northern region of Provo, and it can't get any better for Fido than right here. Rotary Park features 8-acres with access to water fountains, restrooms, benches and trash bins, and welcomes leashed dogs. There's plenty of room to run around or play fetch. If the spot gets a bit too crowded, another option is the Grandview Park, which also offers plenty of room for Fido to enjoy some romp and play. Dogs must remain on a leash at this park. After a day at the park, head to the Waffle Love restaurant in the neighborhood, which has dog-friendly outdoor seating and different waffle courses.

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