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Sandy City Dog Park

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300 E 9980 South Street, Sandy, UT 84070
+1 801-568-2900
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Too many unruly dogs

This is a really nice dog park, but some pet owners are irresponsible and bring aggressive dogs to... read more

Reviewed July 10, 2017
Sandy UT
Small park but well maintained with a summer and winter area.

Our dogs love all parks, and this one is nice and compact. It has 2 areas that are used... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2017
Holladay, Utah
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“off leash” (3 reviews)
“socialize” (2 reviews)
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300 E 9980 South Street, Sandy, UT 84070
+1 801-568-2900
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Reviewed July 10, 2017

This is a really nice dog park, but some pet owners are irresponsible and bring aggressive dogs to the park. My dog was bitten by another dog on the face, and that was the last time I took her there.

Thank SandyGrandma
Reviewed June 1, 2017

Our dogs love all parks, and this one is nice and compact. It has 2 areas that are used seasonally, I assume to be allowed to recover from dog activity. Parking can be limited, especially when the church next door is in session. But, overall...More

Thank hrcmatt
Reviewed January 18, 2017

Have taken Lance a couple of times. Mornings are better late afternoon and weekends this place is very busy. I love that Lance can go off leash and play and burn some puppy energy. What I do not like is owners not controlling their pets...More

Thank ScottNReston
Reviewed January 15, 2017

Jaxxon was one of the very first puppy's to play at the Sandy Dog Park. He met several life long friends there and so did his Moms. It was a wonderful quite local place in the beginning but has gotten busier and busier over the...More

Thank Cathy G
Reviewed January 12, 2017

nice water bowl fountain for mutts and humans plenty of cans for waste pick up cleaned daily very nice they have a winter and summer side sweet

Thank Vaughn B
Reviewed January 7, 2017

This is Jack's review: "Woof...run...bark...smile... sniff-a-lot!" This is a good place for canine social interactions. We need more such places, more conveniently located in residential areas. Dogs need social interactions with other dogs.

Thank Haplo1
Reviewed December 7, 2016

This is a great park but I guess stupid people are every where! I went on a busy Saturday and too much commotion was going on and my dog didn't want to be there so when the door opened he got out. People just don't...More

Thank J S
Reviewed November 16, 2016

Would it kill Sandy City to fill in the massive holes in the parking area? Signs posted outside re no parking, but you'd need a tank to navigate the parking lot. The grass in the smaller park hasn't been cut all summer (looks like) and...More

Thank CelticBubbles
Reviewed September 3, 2016

Small local dog park. Well maintained. Been going for years without any incidents (aggressive dogs). It's a nice change of pace from walking around the neighborhood.

Thank Rob H
Reviewed August 30, 2016

There is a serious problem here with poo everywhere, overly aggressive dogs on the loose, and generally disgusting people not behaving themselves.

Thank TopUtahReviewer
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