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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Whites Crossing

  1. Dog Parks 2
    Population Density 1,422/sq mi

    #1 Greater Avenues

    Salt Lake City is about an hour drive from Whites Crossing. Memory Grove Off Leash Area at Freedom Trail is well worth that trip. Visiting this serene park is like taking a trip into pure nature. There is so much to do and see that you will want to come back often and explore it all. This is the pawfect place for dogs that love to swim. There are creeks and places to splash and play. Fido cannot swim in the lake, but he has plenty of other options. Be sure to bring a towel with you, because there’s no way Fido will stay dry here!
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    Population Density 1,422/sq mi

    #2 Lindsey Gardens

    Lindsey Gardens has very barkingly good dog park. It is just the right area to play in that you would want to drive an hour to visit it. There are no fences, but Fido is welcome to get off his leash and go for a run. This grassy hill is very pretty and just the right place to run and play. There are plenty of shade trees for you to relax under and enjoy a good book while Fido plays. There isn’t a lot of foot traffic in the off-leash area, which makes it one of the most relaxing places in the park for Fido to exercise. You and your dog will love it!
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  3. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 397/sq mi

    #3 Woodridge Terrace

    Parley's Nature Reserve isn’t a dog park, but it is definitely worth the hour drive to explore. You and your dog will love the way that the trail winds its way through the area. There are lots of creeks and ponds to walk around or even splash in. Fido can bark at the ducks while you feed them or just observe them quietly. This park features an off leash area where Fido can romp and play while you enjoy the peace and serenity of the natural setting. Keep in mind that you will need to make sure that your dog knows voice commands because it is a wide open space.
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    Population Density 1,423/sq mi

    #4 Capitol Hill

    If you are looking for a great place to eat dinner with your dog, then you should take a one-hour trip to Em’s Restaurant. They serve the classic American favorites. You will have a difficult time not finding something that you will love on their menu. You can join your dog at a patio table. These tables often fill up fast, so make sure to call ahead to get a table. The patio tables are just pawfect for catching the sunset in the evenings. It is definitely the place to eat after enjoying a day at the park.
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    Population Density 7,475/sq mi

    #5 Downtown

    Spitz SLC is just the place to go for some great Mediterranean food. Their mouthwatering wraps and sandwiches are just the thing to please your palate! You are welcome to join your dog for dinner at any of their open air tables. These tables are pawfect for some dog watching while enjoying a selection of craft beers. The staff loves dogs, and would be more than happy to fuss over Fido! This establishment is an hour away from Whites Crossing, but since you are here, be sure to check out more of what the city has to offer. It will easily be one of those spots Fido will be begging to visit again.
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