If your pooch is bursting with energy, then it’s time for a trip to Valley View Dog Park. When it comes to dog parks, this park wins Best in Show. It is huge, so your furry friend will have more than enough room to explore and mingle with new playmates.
This fully enclosed park is located on the premises of Cache Humane Society. Fur-tunatley, it is open to the public seven days a week. As you look around, you’ll see it’s clear that whoever designed this park had dogs in mind. Not only is there a massive open space for romping, there are hills to run around on, tunnels to explore, and trees to sniff. All of this combined with new friends will keep your pup rather busy.
This park also has pawsome features for pet parents. While your pooch chases their new buddies, sit on one of the many benches and stare out at the beautiful Utah mountain line in the distance. If you’d like to get some exercise in while your pal is busy, take a couple laps around the trails. Valley View Dog Park also has many trees for shady retreats, and picnic tables for resting and nibbling on snacks.
Nearly two dozen clean up stations are scattered
throughout the park. Be sure you keep an eye on your pal and quickly clean up
any mess they make. During the summer, 4H Agility and K9 Training courses are
available in the park. If your pup wants to learn some new tricks, sign them
up! Although this is one of the largest off-leash dog parks around and a local
hot spot, there is always plenty of parking available. Watch out, you may have a hard time getting
your dog to leave Valley View Dog Park when it’s time to go home!