Fun for Fido in Park City

March 5, 2022

Fun fact: Park City is often referred to as “Bark City” because residents love including dogs of all kinds on daily excursions! Discover tons of fun for fido in Park City from parks to patios in our list below.

Two dogs sitting side by side

Pup-Friendly Patios

There are dozens of restaurants and bars in Park City that are welcoming to pups, so you don’t have to leave your best friend at home or the hotel. Some are even named after local pups like Hugo Coffee, named after owner Claudie McMullin’s rescue dog, Hugo. Hugo Coffee donates a portion of every sale to animal organizations and shelters with over $76,643 donated to date. Discover an extensive list of restaurants that allow pets on their patios here.

Dog Parks & Off-Leash Areas

There are tons of dog parks and off-leash areas, including fenced and unfenced areas for your pup to explore. Our favorite is the Willow Creek Dog Park, an enclosed 2.4-acre fenced area with grass and a large dog-friendly pond. Inside the dog park, you will also find a 1/3-mile soft surface trail and a 24,000-square-feet area of “fetch” space. Check out the full list of parks here. 

Dog-Friendly Hikes

Bring fido to a mountain trail for to burn off energy while taking in stunning views of Northern Utah. In the summer, enjoy Park City Mountain trails like Lake Laxawakan and Lower Jenni’s Trail. Wide switchbacks, flowy downhills and decent shade make these trials perfect for hiking or biking! See the full list of Dog Friendly Hikes here.

Looking to join a one-of-a-kind community of pet-lovers and adventure seekers? Park City may be the pup-fect place for you! Check out our Shoreline community and book a virtual tour now at