Off-Leash Dog Parks in Utah

There are few things in life a dog loves more than running off-leash with his canine comrades. No matter where you live or where you’re headed in Utah, we can help you find an off-leash dog park nearby. We'll even give you the scoop on poop bag and water availability.

Pet Friendly Tanner Park
Tanner Park Tanner Park is not an official dog park, but leashed dogs are allowed on the park's many trails (and you do see pups off-leash as well). The park goes down in a gully, and at the bottom there is a bridge where many folks let their dogs off leash to play in the creek. The current is strong, so please use caution. This is not your typical fenced in dog park. It is like hiking in the wilderness. There are no bathrooms or watering areas so be sure to bring your own. There are a number of bag and waste stations. Please be aware that the hike back up and out is not easy if you are not in good shape. The road is dirt & rock. See Details
Pet Friendly Memory Grove Off Leash Area at Freedom Trail
Memory Grove Off Leash Area at Freedom Trail Your pet will have a blast playing off-leash in the designated area of this Salt Lake park, and might take a dip in the creek, though the lake is off-limits for pooches. Not fenced. See Details
Parley's Nature Reserve Parley's Nature Reserve is a great place to go with your dog! A river runs the entire length of the reserve and is available for dogs to get in at various locations. At the end of the dirt road, there is a large swimming hole. Dogs and kids enjoy cooling off here during the hot summer months. Dogs are allowed off-leash in designated areas only. See Details
Willow Creek Dog Pond Though a bit of a drive, the 1-acre summer swimming pond for dogs at this off-leash park is worth the trip. Be careful as the area is not fenced. See Details
South Ogden Dog Park at Club Heights South Ogden Dog Park has 2 acres of off leash space for dogs to play. Area is fenced, and there are restrooms in the concession stand across the Club Heights Sports park. A playground for kids is in the same area. See Details
Herman Franks Park This is off-leash dog park is very popular during the warmer months. Located between 700 East and 800 East. See Details
Lindsey Gardens Dog Park Pets are welcome to run and play off-leash in this designated area of Lindsey Gardens park. Be careful as the area is not fenced, and be sure to bring water. See Details
Sandy Dog Park Sandy Dog Park is one acre fenced-in park with trees, benches, a walking trail, and boulders to sit on. There is a fountain, but it is switched off in the winter. See Details
West Jordan Dog Park Adjacent to the West Jordan Animal Shelter and Ron Wood Park, 3-plus acre space is a fully enclosed park for dogs to play off-leash. The park is separated into three areas: one for small dogs and the other two for larger dogs. Water spigots, waste bags, and benches are also available. See Details
JC Snow Dog Park Pets will thank you for the off-leash exercise they'll get at this fenced dog run in the northeast corner of the park. See Details
Roy City Dog Park Residents love this small, fenced dog park, and are working to raise funds for further improvements - but it still makes for a nice place to bring your pet for some off-leash exercise. See Details
Dayland Dog Park This fenced off leash park features separate areas for large and small dogs, open water, benches, and trails. See Details
Millrace Off-Leash Dog Park Dogs are allowed to play off-leash in a designated area of this park on Taylorsville. See Details
Jordan Park Off Leash Area Located inside Jordan Park is a fenced off-leash area for dogs to run and play. See Details
Bicentennial Dog Park The city's first off-leash dog park features a double-fenced entry, doggie waste stations, and a fun fire hydrant. Dogs of all sizes are welcome. See Details
Firehouse Dog Park Located beside the fire station on Dixie Down Drive is a fenced off-leash dog park See Details
Sugarhouse Park Leashed dogs are welcome in Sugarhouse Park, which is located on E 2100 S in Salt Lake City. See Details
Park City Dog Park Park City pets rave about finally having their own off-leash dog park, which is fully fenced with a small dog area and wood chip ground cover. You may need to bring your own water. See Details
Ogden City Dog Park At the dog park you will find a small dog area, a large dog area, and an agility course that contains obstacles that can be used to exercise and train pets. Several watering stations have been installed at a low height to allow dogs to find refreshment with a drink while exercising in the outdoors, and leash caddies allow owners to tie their pet for a moment while they tend to other tasks. Each entrance into the dog park has a double-gate system to ensure that the dogs cannot escape; also several Mutt Mitt stations are positioned throughout the park to make it easier to clean up after pets. For the complete list of rules for the park you can view and print the document Dog Park Rules and Regulations.PDF Document For more information about the new dog park, contact Ogden City Animal Services at 801-629-8244 or Ogden City Public Ways and Parks at 801-629-8271. See Details
Dog Town Park This beautiful off leash (within fenced areas) dog park has separate areas for large and small (up to 25 lbs) dogs, on-site water, restrooms, pavilion, park benches, and picnic sites. See Details
Rendezvous Park Off Leash Dog Area Dogs will love to run off-leash in the designated fenced area of this Logan public park. Right near the river with plenty of space. See Details
Moab Dog Park Nice little 1 acre park in the downtown area. It is all dirt, but nice big trees and nice benches, and water (that gets turned off in winter). Locals are very nice with good socialized dogs. See Details