Dog Parks

There are THREE dog parks and TWO off-leash areas in the Snyderville Basin area.

Willow Creek Park (4460 Spilt Rail Lane) is an enclosed 2.4-acre fenced area with both turf and a large dog friendly pond. The pond features both a zero entry point on the east bank and a floating dock for dogs to jump from if they are tempted. There is a 1/3-mile soft surface trail that is inside of the dog park with a 24,000-square-feet area of "fetch" space. The dog park also features an agility course for your furry best friends to work on their skills. For the dog owners there are three small shade shelters to enjoy while keeping an eye on your dog.

Trailside Park (5715 Trailside Drive) includes a small dog park area and a large all size dog area. Both have sodded and natural surfaces for the pups to run and play. Benches and shade shelters are provided for the owners to relax as your dogs enjoy the park. In Trailside Park there is also a 1-mile off-leash trail where your dog can run free, just look for the signs of where you must have them on a leash.

The Woods at Parley's Lane (4275 Sunrise Drive) is our newest addition of off-leash parks. It is a smaller park but plenty of room for your dog to play off leash. 

Run-A-Muk Trail area (Utah Olympic Parkway) includes approximately 2 miles of trail to wander with your dog or 43-acres to let them run free. 

Dog Park hours are dawn to dusk. Restroom facilities are available on site within the parks. Please make sure that your dog is leashed until in the dog park. There will be Mutt-Mitt stations throughout the dog parks and at the Run-A-Muk trailside so please pick up your pet's poop. Take a minute to read our dog park rules! We hope you and your pet enjoy their parks!