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Dog Areas in Woods Cross

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More than 11,000 people live in Woods Cross, a city in southeastern Davis County, Utah that's also part of the Ogden-Clearfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. Although Woods Cross is close to several bigger cities, you'll find everything you need within the town's 3.9 square miles. There are a variety of businesses in Woods Cross, including restaurants, shops, cafes, and clothing stores, and there are also excellent schools and police and fire departments. Utah is known for its wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities any time of the year, so you'll never be far from a great hiking trail or off-leash park to visit with Skip!

There's a pawesome place to take your dog that's only eight miles from Woods Cross, and you'll find it in an area of eastern Salt Lake City known as Capitol Hill. The Memory Grove Off-Leash Area at Freedom Park is a space where dogs can roam free without leashes and trek one of several trails in the park with you. There's no separation of big and small dogs in this park, so your pup will make friends of all sizes. If your dog likes to swim, they'll also get a kick out of taking a dip in one of the streams in the park. You and your pup are going to love exploring all of the off-leash parks near Woods Cross!

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Woods Cross

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    Population Density 779/sq mi

    #1 Greater Avenues

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    Greater Avenues is an area of eastern Salt Lake City that's near the university and the Natural History Museum of Utah. It's less than a 20-minute drive from Woods Cross, and this area is also where you'll find Lindsey Gardens Park. This city park has playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas, sledding hills, and an off-leash area. The Lindsey Gardens Dog Park is an ample area of the park that's been reserved for off-leash dogs, but visitors should be aware that it isn't fenced. Your dog can also join you in other areas of Lindsey Gardens Park when they're on a leash.
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    Population Density 5,897/sq mi

    #2 Fairpark

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    Cottonwood Park is a lovely city park in central Salt Lake City near the Fairpark neighborhood. From playgrounds to walking trails, sports fields, and an off-leash dog area, there's something for everyone in this park. The Cottonwood Dog Park is a fully enclosed park where dogs of all sizes can interact without being separated by weight. During the winter, the water may be turned off, but there's fresh drinking water available in the summer. There are also benches, picnic tables, and waste disposal supplies in the park. This dog park connects to the Jordan River Trail, an excellent place to walk your dog on a leash that also leads to a fun swimming area for dogs.
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    Population Density 824/sq mi

    #3 Glendale

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    Glendale is a neighborhood in southern Salt Lake City that's known for its diverse environment, as well as its proximity to amenities like the airport, schools, parks, and downtown. You can drive to Glendale from Woods Cross in less than 15 minutes and arrive at the Jordan Park Off-Leash Area. This dog park is part of a larger park that has a skate park, walking trails, playgrounds, volleyball and tennis courts, and horseshoes. The off-leash area is fully enclosed, and there's a walking path surrounding it so you can get your exercise right alongside your doggo. Don't forget to bring drinking water!
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    Population Density 2,001/sq mi

    #4 East Bench

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    One of the most pawpular dog parks in Salt Lake City can be found in the city's southeastern corner, which is a 25-minute drive from Woods Cross. Rotary Glen Dog Park is a spacious off-leash area that's surrounding by picnic facilities. Some visitors note there are steep areas in the dog park, so they recommend wearing good walking shoes so you can keep up with your pet. There's no division of big and small dogs in Rotary Glen Dog Park, but there is a swimming area and lots of seating for pet parents. If your dog decides to take a swim, you'll want to have a towel handy to clean up muddy paws.
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    Population Density 4,925/sq mi

    #5 Arthur Jones Estate

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    In less than half an hour, you and your dog can drive to the southwestern corner of Roy, Utah and arrive at Emma Russel Park. Inside this city park, there are walking paths, pavilions, picnic facilities, sports fields, playgrounds, and an off-leash dog park. The Roy City Dog Park is a clean and spacious enclosure where dogs of all sizes play together. There's a trail surrounding the park that you'll see lots of pet parents taking advantage of, and there are also several seating areas. Inside the park, you'll find pawlenty of water bowls, but guests are asked to bring their own water to fill them.
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