The Parks and Recreation Department of Logan City, Utah, spans approximately 397.24 acres of parkland and 31.8 miles of public trails. It includes two nature preserves, a popular public skate park as well as a variety of different recreational areas. Among these, Harris Park Nature Preserve and Rendezvous Park are the only places where dogs are allowed off leash.
From camping to hiking, fishing, boating and even mountain-biking, Harris Park and Nature Preserve has something available for everyone. There is also an off-leash dog area opened since October of 2006, where visitors can take their pets to run, exercise and play freely. Take Fido alongside you for a day-trip adventure surrounded by green trees and river sounds.
The property is an unfenced area that provides plastic bag dispensers so that owners can clean up after their pets. Signage is available as well and you can get there by either walking or riding your bike, if you plan on taking advantage of the beauty of nature.
You will also be able to see plenty of wildflowers and wildlife, as you move along the designated trails as well as the connecting sidewalks through Sumac and River Hollow Parks, the walkway loop in Stewart Nature Park and on the walkways in Hyrum Gibbons Mt. Logan Park. You can bring Fido to all designated trails provided they are on a leash at all times.
Take your pup to the Harris Park Nature Preserve of Logan for some well-deserved doggie play and exercise. Give your pet friend a chance to explore the beautiful areas of the Preserve and socialize with the different breeds at the designated off-leash area. Whether you want to admire the natural forest and wildlife sightings or go hiking, fishing and bird watching, Harris Park Nature Preserve is a great place where you and Fido can do just that.