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Dog Areas in Roy, UT

9 Parks
1 Trail
1 Eatery
5 Groomers

Located about 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City, Roy features several parks and fun pup-friendly destinations. With one veterinarian in the town's boundaries, you canbe sure your pup covered while adventuring here. 

Take Fido for a walk at Municipal Park where you and your family will enjoy over 9 acres of open space. The paved trail is perfect for walking laps, and the kids can hang out at the playground while you relax on a bench with your pup. 

Residents of Roy also enjoy taking their pups to the George Wahlen North Park. There are 12-acres featuring several sports fields where Fido can run around, and a large playground for the kids. Spend time at the pavilion where you can meet friends and their furry family members for a picnic, with parking  conveniently located near the restrooms.

Families who enjoy authentic Mexican food will want to check out Burrito Grande restaurant. You and your pooch can sit at the outdoor tables and enjoy dinner, drinks, and fried ice cream. Another fun destination is Rancheritos, a 24-hour Mexican restaurant where you can order a variety of meals and relax outside.    

If you are looking for a quiet place away from the big city to spend quality time with your pooch, you will love the dog-friendly activities in Roy.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Roy, UT

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 364/sq mi

    #1 Wheatridge Estates


    Situated in Wheatridge Estates, the Roy City Dog Park is a great place to take Fido for some fun with his furry friends. The fenced park allows pups to run around off leash and chase a ball or play fetch. Pups also enjoy sniffing the trees and grass, and pooch parents can relax on shaded benches while the pups play. The park is well maintained, but you need to bring your own doggie waste bags and water bottles. Neighbors often bring their furry family members to run off some energy, so your pooch will have a puptastic time with other dogs. 

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,077/sq mi

    #2 Western Willows Cluster


    Meadow Creek Pond and Park are fun destinations to take your pooch and the kids for an afternoon of fun. There are over four acres of space to play, and the trailhead for the Howard Slough Parkway begins in the park. You can walk along the HS Parkway for miles both north and south of the park for an invigorating hike. The pond is stocked, and you and your pup can spend some time fishing.  There are lots of ducks hanging out,  so be sure to keep your pooch on a leash. The kids will also have a blast on the playground. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 962/sq mi

    #3 A Land of Honey


    With 35 acres of open space and walking trails, the Emma Russell Park in A Land of Honey neighborhood is an excellent place to walk your pup. There are a variety of ball fields where Fido and the kids can run around and chase a ball, and pup parents can relax on a bench while the kids play on the playground. There is a large pavilion where you can have a picnic with Fido and his friends, and there is plenty of convenient parking. Water is available at the fountains near the restrooms, but you will need to bring your own doggie waste bags.

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 401/sq mi

    #4 West View Park


    Sandridge Park offers over 12 acres of fields and open spaces where Fido can play. The walking path around the park is great to get in some laps with your pup, and you can admire the gardens and let your pooch sniff the grass. The park is close to the Valley View Elementary School, so you can spend some time with the kids on the playground after school. There are lots of shade trees where you can relax on a bench and the park is well maintained – be sure to clean up after your pooch. You might also want to bring your own water bottles, but you can refill them at the convenient restrooms. 

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  5. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,419/sq mi

    #5 West Lake Village


    If you and Fido enjoy hiking, plan a trip along the Denver and Rio Grande Western Rail Trail. The trailhead begins in West Park where you will also enjoy over 27 acres of space. The trail starts on Hinckley Drive in Roy and travels about 23 miles south through the Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area all the way to the Legacy Nature Preserve. West Park itself features several sports fields where pups can run around and the playground is fun for the kids. Pups and their parents are often out walking along the paths through the park while Fido sniffs the trees and rolls in the grass. You can refill your water bottles near the restroom or relax on at a shaded picnic table with a snack. 

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