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Dog Areas in Washington, UT

10 Parks
3 Trails
4 Shops
2 Eateries
2 Groomers

Beautiful and scenic, Washington is a pooch-friendly town in Utah where Fido will enjoy outdoor activities. With many parks in the area, there is always a great destination for Fido and his friends. If Fido needs medical attention, the Washington Family Veterinarian Clinic offers emergency and routine appointments. This is the only vet in town and they provide caring and compassionate service. If your vet tells you your pup needs to change his diet, Bone Appetite is a family owned business offering organic and natural pup food where you can bring your pup to find some yummy treats, toys and accessories.

Nissan Park features an amazing playground in addition to open spaces where your pup can play.  You can spend the afternoon walking around the park, sit on a shaded bench and watch the kids play basketball, or stroll along the small creek. Another fun destination east of Washington is Razor Ridge Park. The well-maintained park is a great place to stroll with your pup and get some exercise. The kids can run around the playground and your pooch will have a puptastic time walking around the pond.

Washington is a wonderful town to raise your two and four-legged children – so put on your walking shoes and get ready for an adventure.

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Washington, UT

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 841/sq mi

    #1 South Washington


    Your energetic pup will love a trip to the Dog Town Park in South Washington. The park features two separate spaces for large dogs and small pups so they can run around and socialize with their own size. There is a small creek running through the park if your pooch enjoys splashing in the water, and there are water bowls to give the pups a drink. The park is well maintained, so be sure to clean up after Fido. Pup parents can relax on shaded benches while their pooch has a snifftastic time, and the kids will enjoy the playground outside the fenced park. You can also plan a picnic at the large pavilion and invite your friends and their furry family members.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 2,544/sq mi

    #2 11th Ward


    If you and your pooch need some exercise, take a stroll over to the Community Center Park on Community Center Drive. You can walk along the paved paths and enjoy the gardens while Fido sniffs the trees and rolls in the grass. There are open spaces where your pooch can chase a ball, and the kids can run around and get rid of excess energy. You will need to bring your own doggie waste bags and water bottles. Pup parents visiting the area can also check out Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites where pups can stay for an additional fee. 

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  3. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 1,834/sq mi

    #3 North Washington


    Located in North Washington near the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area, Green Spring Park is a small neighborhood area where you can take the kids and spend time with Fido. The park covers about 9-acres and provides ball courts and a large playground for children. You and your pooch can wander around the open areas admiring the flowers or relaxing under one of the large shade trees. The paved sidewalk is perfect if you are walking laps and your pup will have a pawtastic time rolling in the grass and watching the kids play. Bring your own water bottles and you can refill them at the fountain near the restrooms. 

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  4. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 915/sq mi

    #4 Red Cliffs


    Hiking in North Washington is a great way to spend time with your family and your pooch. Mill Creek Trail is about five miles and is a fairly easy walk where you can admire wildflowers and a variety of local plants. The trail goes all the way up to Elephant Arch and is well marked. Dino Cliffs Trailhead is also located nearby, and you can hike along the path or ride your four-wheeler with Fido. Families enjoy searching for the dino prints along the way. There are other trails branching off from the main trail if you are feeling energetic and want a longer hike. You will need to keep your pup on a leash and bring your own doggie waste bags. 

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  5. Dog Parks None
    Population Density 1,602/sq mi

    #5 Northwest Hurricane


    Just a few minutes north of Razor Ridge Park in Hurricane, the Quail Creek Reservoir is a fun place to take Fido for some exercise. The reservoir is stocked with fish so you and your pooch can relax along the shore and catch a catfish or bass or just spend some time walking around admiring the plants and wildlife. There are trees and some benches and picnic tables where you can enjoy a snack and the kids can play a game of fetch with your pup. The park is a popular destination for pups and their parents so you need to keep Fido on a leash while he socializes with his four-legged friends. 

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