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April 27, 2020 in Tips
Whether you and the family enjoy incredible mountain-backdrop views or summer-friendly options for the kids, Salt Lake City and the surrounding areas have some of the most incredible parks. Looking at the beautiful summer sunsets combined with the scenic backdrops, you can get an idea why so many people are moving to this area. Whether you want to have a picnic or get exercise on beautiful trails, the parks below are three or our favorite parks to visit in the area, and they’re perfect for the whole family.
Tanner Park & Parley’s Historic Nature Park
Whether you want to run, walk the dog, or ride your bicycle, Tanner Park & Parley’s Historic Natural Park is perfect for all three. Tanner Regional Park is a 10-acre park near Parley’s Canyon. This park is perfect for exercise for the whole family. Parley’s Trail, which is a two-way paved path running eight miles long, is perfect for the experienced runner or just someone wanting to get basic exercise. There are several trails in this park, which also includes natural vegetation, Parley’s creek, BMX tracks, and even a dog park. Other amenities (upon availability): playground, tennis courts, restrooms, drinking fountain, and amphitheater. For more information, including hours and directions to the park, Click here.
Lone Peak Park & Dimple Dell Park
This park if perfect for the whole family, with amenities that will fulfill the needs of everyone in the family. The Lone Peak Park & Dimple Dell Regional Park is a vast 630-acre natural area that runs from east to west among the growing neighborhoods of Sandy. There are more than 15 miles of trails for hikers, bicyclists, and horseback riders. Lone Peak Park is the second largest developed park in the whole Sandy Parks system, and this park includes mountain views by the handful. This park is also perfect for family fun and picnics. Amenities offered include an indoor pavilion, three full-sized soccer fields, two baseball fields, two playgrounds, a basketball court, off-leash area for dogs, and drinking fountains. For more information including hours and directions to the park, Click here
Wardle Fields Park
Are you and the family looking for an adrenaline-fueled, kid-craved park? Wardle Fields Regional Park is a vast 40 acres that includes an adventure splash pad, a 30-foot-tall watchtower, pickleball courts, ziplines, and climbing net pyramid. The 80-acre land was once a farm owned and run by the Wardle family. The land was sold to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, then purchased by Salt Lake County in 2008 and turned into the beautiful Wardle Fields Park. The park also includes beautiful mountain views and a concrete walking path if the parents want to exercise while the kids enjoy the splash pad or other amenities. For more information including hours and directions to the park, Click here
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