Utah Park List

Ironwood Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play structure, pavilion (20 people), open lawn area, benches, barbecue, drinking fountain. Size of park: 0.91 ...

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Island View Park

This 5-acre park, which features a variety of labeled trees native to the area, has a medium-sized picnic pavilion seating 60 people, barbeque grills, a basketball court, a youth softball field for t-ball or machine pitch, playground equipment, ...

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Jackson Park

This 1 acre park features the following amenities: Playground, Picnic ...

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Jaycee Park

This park has a covered picnic area that is great for groups. It also has a playground (wood chip filled) and lots of open grassy area for field games. A backstop offers a place for kickball but the limited area is not good for softball/baseball. Restrooms are ...

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Jaycee Park Picnic Area and Campground

Jaycee Park Campground is located 4 miles from the junction of Highway 191. The campground has 7 shady walk-in tent sites. The Portal Hiking Trail starts at the campground. Wall Street, a well-known climbing destination, is also very close to the campground. Campsites are available on a first-come, first ...

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Jefferson Park

This reservable park offers a covered picnic area, a playground with sand, full and half size soccer fields, a backstop for softball/youth baseball, a basketball court and a sand volleyball court. This park has a parking lot and is close to downtown. Large BBQ and walking trail around location. ...

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Jefferson Park

This 3.25 acre park features the following amenities: ...

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Jensen Nature Pond

This 20 acre area offers picnic tables, pavilions, restrooms, fishing walking and jogging trails, trail access and 130 parking ...

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Joaquin Park

This park contains the following features: Total Acres: 1. Pavilions: 1--$35, 4 tables (power/lights). Featured Amenities: Uncovered picnic tables w/grills (no fee), Walking path, Drinking fountain, ...

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Joes Valley Reservoir

Joes Valley Dam, Emery County Project, is an earthfill dam 1,290,000 cubic yards in volume, 192 feet above streambed, and 750 feet long at the crest. Recreation management at Joes Valley Reservoir is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Forest Service, Manti-La Sal National Forest. An open setting with ...

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John Jarvie Historic Site

This historic property built in 1880 provides a glimpse of turn-of-the-century frontier life in Browns Park. John Jarvie, a businessman from Scotland, chose this particular location because of the naturally occurring river crossing. For years it had been used by American Indians, fur trappers, travelers and local residents. Jarvie ...

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Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery

The Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery (NFH) was established in 1956 under Section 8 of the Colorado River Storage Project Act, and produced its first trout in 1970. Located on 390 acres in a beautiful sandstone geologic setting, the hatchery provides management and production of trout for mitigation of ...

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Jordan Meadows Park

This 2.5 acre park features the following amenities: Playground, Jogging/Walking Path, Drinking Fountain, Picnic ...

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Jordan Narrows Park

A trailhead to the Jordan River Parkway. There are no amenities. Parking lot has 35 ...

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Jordan Park

This 33.5 acre park features the following amenities: Playground, Restroom, Tennis, Softball, Drinking Fountain, Volleyball, Pavilion (reservations), Off-leash area, Picnic Tables, Skate Park, ...

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Jordan River Off-Highway Vehicle Park and Modelport

Four separate tracks, with tabletops and banked turns, are open from approximately early April to approximately mid-October. Off-Highway motorcycle riders will enjoy two motocross tracks. The novice and grand-prix tracks are open to both OHMs and ATVs. All riders must wear helmets and all machines must be currently registered. ...

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Jordan River Parkway

The Jordan River runs north-south through the center of the valley, just west and parallel to Interstate 15. Salt Lake County is working with communities along the river to develop a continous trailway from the Utah County line down south to the Davis County line up north. Park ...

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Jordan River Trailhead Park

A popular trailhead park on the Jordan River Parkway located on the west side of the river. 7.07 acres. Pavilion Amenities: Pavilion (Reservable) - Covered, seats 32 -- 3 - 16' tables. Electricity -- Pavilion has outlets. Lighting -- Pavilion. Horseshoe Courts -- 1 pit. Park Amenities: ...

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Jordanelle State Park

Jordanelle State Park is located in a picturesque mountain setting near Heber City. The park offers an array of recreation opportunities near the Wasatch Front. Camping, boating, swimming, fishing, and hiking are some of the activities to do at this very popular park. The park offers two recreation areas, ...

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Joshua Tree National Landmark

The Joshua Tree National Natural Landmark was designated by the Secretary of the Interior on October 1966. This natural landmark is incorporated in whole into the Joshua Tree Instant Sturdy Area (which was reviewed for Wilderness Characteristics). Located on the western slopes of the Beaver Dam Mountains, this National ...

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Kanab 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 cooperating interpretive associations. The theme for the Kanab Visitor Center is Archaeology & Geology. ...

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Kay Rees Park

This 0.75 acre park features the following amenities: Multi-purpose ...

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Kayak Park

The park was built in the year 2000 at the urging and with the help of local kayakers. It was the first professionally designed play-park in Utah and really drew attention to the area as a kayaking destination with a kayaking water ...

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Ken's Lake Campground and Recreation Site

Ken's Lake is located 10 miles south of Moab. The campground accommodates even the largest motorhomes. Hiking and horseback trails originate at the campground. Fishing in the reservoir is a popular activity. Boating on the reservoir is limited to non-motorized craft. The views from the campground feature the La ...

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Kestrel Park

Kestrel Park is a very versitile park with lots of open space - bordered by a paved walking ...

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Kings Bottom Camping Area

Kings Bottom camping area is located 3 miles from the junction of Highway 191, and is suitable for tent camping. Campsites are available on a first-come, first served basis. In the fall of 2008 the BLM and partners worked together to remove non-native Tamarisk and Russian Olive trees. ...

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Kings Pointe Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Play structure, pavlion (60 people), sand volleyball court, barbecue, picnic tables, drinking fountains, basketball court (1/2), open lawn area, walking trail. Size of park: 4.14 ...

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Kiwanis Park

This park contains the following features: Total Acres: 21. Pavilions: 4--#1 - $45, 16 tables (power/lights), #2 - $35, 8 tables, #3 - $35, 8 tables, #4 - $25, 4 tables. Featured Amenities: 3 Tennis Courts, Grills at the #1 pavilion, Bathrooms, Large turf, open space. ...

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Kletting Park

This 0.5 acre park features the following amenities: ...

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Knolls OHV Recreation Area

Nearly 36,000 acres of sand dunes, hills, and mud flats located in the Great Salt Lake Desert make a perfect OHV play area, and Knolls is less than two hours away from Salt Lake City. Tons of OHV fun is waiting, but stay within the boundaries - the ...

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