Utah Park List

Bennion Park

A medium sized, 4.25 acre, neighborhood retention basin with a playground and sleigh riding ...

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Bernard Fisher Park

Located across from Clearfield High School and between the Clearfield Aquatic Center/North Davis Junior High and South Clearfield Elementary schools, this 16-acre park has four baseball diamonds (3 lighted), playground equipment, a basketball ...

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Beus Pond Park

This park offers nature at every turn. Lots of shade trees and grassy areas complete with picnic areas and wildlife. Walk the extensive trail system amidst shady trees and local fauna. Relax on a bench and watch geese, ducks and other birds in a serene setting. Walk out on ...

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Bicentennial Park

Bicentennial Park, 3.5 acres, is home to a 358-seat outdoor amphitheater available for rental for $10/hour with a $25 refundable cleaning deposit. Park amenities include individual picnic pavilions with barbeque grills, horseshoe pits, ...

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Bicentennial Park

This park contains the following features: Total Acres: 31. Pavilions: 1. 8 tables, $35 (power & lights). Featured Amenities: Duck pond, Spring, Large trees, Wetlands, 9 hole Disc Golf Course, Bathrooms, Grill by pavilion, Playground, ...

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Bicentennial Park

One of the City's full service parks, it contain 3 tennis courts, 2 softball fields, a playground, 11 picnic tables and a lighted indoor/outdoor pavilion. The park covers over 6.5 acres and is adjacent to the City's Parks & Recreation headquarters at (440 East 8680 ...

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Big Bear Park

A beautiful, 14.65 acre community park with many trees and amenities. There is a large statue of a bear in the park. Features: Pavilion, Shuffleboard Courts, Baseball/Softball Fields, Soccer Court, Playground, Restrooms, Tennis Courts, Drinking Fountain, Walkways/Jobbing ...

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Big Bend Campground

Big Bend Campground is located 7.5 miles from the junction of Highway 191. Big Bend can accommodate large RVs, trailers, and tents. Many of the sites are located next to the Colorado River, and all are surrounded by imposing cliffs. Big Bend has a sand beach, a river walkway, ...

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Big Cottonwood Regional Park

Big Cottonwood is a wonderful 72 acre regional park with a pavilion situated on a knoll. There is a large multipurpose grassy area and many amenities, including: Pavilion (Reservable) - Covered, seats 210 -- 8-16' tables and 4-8' tables. Electricity -- Pavilion has outlets. Lighting -- At pavilion and playground. Horseshoe Courts -- ...

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Big Dee Sports Park

This reservable park is situated next to a running river, and is part of the Ogden River Parkway. It offers a large covered picnic area (pavilion), a newer playground with wood chips and an asphalt walking trail with assorted benches for sitting and tables for picnicking. The area also ...

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Big Springs Park

This park contains the following features: Total Acres: 4. Pavilions: 3--#1 - $65, 8 tables (power/lights), #2 - $85, 12 tables (power/lights), #3 - $65, 8 tables (power/lights). Featured Amenities: Uncovered picnic tables w/grills (no fee), Bathrooms, Grills by pavilions, Trail ...

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Big Water Visitor Center

The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument's vast and austere Map of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument landscape embraces a spectacular array of scientific and historic resources. This high, rugged, and remote region, where bold plateaus and multi-hued cliffs run for distances that defy human perspective, was the last place in the ...

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Bluff Ridge Park

This 6 acre park features restrooms, jogging trail and 50 parking ...

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Bonneville Park

This reservable park has two covered picnic areas with tables and barbecue grills. Softball and youth baseball fields, basketball hoops and a sand court playground equipment are also included. Restrooms and drinking water are ...

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Bonneville Park

Amenities include: rest rooms, drinking fountain, playground area, jogging/walking path, softball area and 2 tennis courts with lights. The Main Pavilion is available for rentals and includes 12 tables/10 per table = 120 people, 2 barbecue braziers and overhead lights. There is also 1 small picnic shelter not available ...

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Bonneville Salt Flats

Managed by the BLM as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern and Special Recreation Management Area, the Bonneville Salt Flats are a 30,000 acre expanse of hard, white salt crust on the western edge of the Great Salt Lake basin in Utah. "Bonneville" is also on the National Register ...

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Bonneville Trailhead Park

A small 0.38 acre trailhead park for the Bonneville Shoreline Trail with 2 picnic ...

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Book Cliffs Recreation Area

The Book Cliffs is a mountain range that covers nearly 200 miles from where the Colorado River descends south through De Beque Canyon into the Grand Valley to Price Canyon. This mountain range is largely composed of sedimentary materials. The name of the range comes from the cliffs of ...

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Bridal Veil Falls Park

This park contains the following features: Total Acres: 3. Picnic Tables: 8. Featured Amenities: Uncovered picnic tables w/grills (no fee), Portable restroom, Fishing, Trail ...

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Bridge Hollow Campground

The campground located adjacent to the historic John Jarvie Ranch near Browns Park in Utah. At an elevation 5,700 feet, there are 15 campsites, with a put-in for the Green River, for those seeking trophy fish or whitewater fun. The campground is open year round. ...

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Bridle Farms Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play structure, drinking fountain, benches, bike rack, open lawn area. Size of park: 1 ...

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Browns Park Recreation Management Area

Explore where the wild west is still wild and where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid hid out from the long arms of the law. This region was filled with outlaws, guns, and traders. In 1880, John Jarvie, a Scotsman built a ranch along the Green River to ...

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Bryce Canyon National Park

What is Bryce Canyon? A cave without a ceiling? A forest of stone? Even 'canyon' is misleading since Bryce is carved by freeze-thaw cycles, not a river. Yet, 'world's largest pothole' is neither adequate nor flattering. At Bryce Canyon National Park, erosion has shaped colorful Claron limestones, sandstones, ...

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Buttercup Park

Centrally located in the city, this full service park covers 6.1 acres. The park provides 2 tennis courts, a play ground, 1 softball field, a large utility field, 1/3 mile jogging trail and an outdoor pavilion (lighted). Also provided is a small basketball court with two hoop ...

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Calf Creek Campground

Nestled in southern Utah is a little known Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campground known as Calf Creek. From Escalante, Utah go east 15 miles on Utah State Road 12. Located among sandstone cliffs, this quaint little campground's main attraction is a trail that leads to a 126 foot ...

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California National Historic Trail

The California Trail carried over 250,000 gold-seekers and farmers to the gold fields and rich farmlands of California during the 1840's and 1850's, the greatest mass migration in American history. Today, more than 1,000 miles of trail ruts and traces can still be seen in the vast undeveloped lands ...

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Camp Floyd/ Stagecoach Inn State Park and Museum

Camp Floyd was built when President James Buchanan dispatched 3,500 troops, nearly one-third of the entire U.S. Army, to suppress the rumored rebellion in Utah. No rebellion or war ever took place in Utah. However, the army stayed to monitor the Mormons, explore the western frontier, and provide safety ...

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Cannonville Visitor Center

The BLM information centers are located around the periphery of the Monument. BLM personnel at these centers can provide visitors with essential and detailed information. The centers also offer books and maps for purchase through the cooperating interpretive associations. 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 7 days a week mid-March to mid-November Closed mid-November ...

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Canterbury Park

This 5.25 acre park offers picnic tables, a pavilion, restrooms, 2 soccer fields, a playground, basketball, jogging trails, and 66 parking ...

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Canyon Glen Park

This park contains the following features: Total Acres: 4. Pavilions: 2--#1 - $85, 16 tables (power/lights), #2 - $65, 12 tables (power/lights). Amphitheater - $60. Featured amenities: Uncovered picnic tables w/grills (no fee), 2 volleyball areas (need to provide your own net), Provo River Trail access, ...

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