Best Parks of Salt Lake City: Our Top 5
Of all of the parks in Salt Lake City, Sugar House Park is notable for how large of a park it is. Just over 110 acres of wide open space to play in the sun with a lovely lake in middle of it all. This beautiful Utah park also has “the park road.” This is a 1.38 miles long paved trail that connects the park. The park also has plenty of parking and ease of access to spend time during lunch. In addition, events are always happening here. If interested, please click here to find all the events that happen daily at this park!
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Pioneer Park is the location of the first pioneer campsite and fort in Salt Lake City, but now it is home to some of the best events in Salt Lake. The most worth mentioning is the Farmers Market that is held Saturdays from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm during the summer months. If you would like to learn more about the Farmers Market, such as food options events, please click here. Pioneer Park also includes many sports courts, like tennis and basketball. If you are in the mood for a quick game with friends and family, this is the park for you.
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Memory Grove Park is a great little park by Salt Lake City’s beautiful Capitol Building. It may not house sport courts, but the small park allows guests to let their dog loose or enjoy a family picnic. It is a great escape to a cute area amidst downtown Salt Lake. The stream that runs through the park is also another calming bonus of the park.
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City Creek Park is another little park right in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. Some people call it a “hidden gem” because is it so small and picturesque. Some people may complain that it is too tiny, so beware if you want to go to a park for some sports or wide space activities, this is not the park for you.
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Liberty Park is Salt Lake City’s second largest park. This property was originally owned by Brigham Young. The park has a few historic buildings like the Isaac Chase Mill and the Chase Home. The Chase Home is now an art museum. The museum is open Wednesday-Saturday from 11 am to 4 pm. The park has plenty of open grass areas to accommodate both pickup sport games and jogging along lengthy pathways. It even has a greenhouse. Additionally, a local favorite cafe sits just south of the park, with a fitting name of “The Park Cafe.” For any more information about Liberty Park click here.
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Looking for other Summer Activities? Check out the 5 Best Bike Trails in SLC or the Top 5 Destinations to Cool Down.