Salt Lake City

Council District 6

Charlie Luke

Area Parks

Salt Lake City has a history of caring for and stewarding parks dating back to the dedication of the first major public park in the City, Liberty Park, in 1882. It stands as an example of a public park that serves a multitude of uses while preserving urban green space. Salt Lake City’s Parks Program ensures the preservation, development and maintenance of parks throughout the City for the use and enjoyment of the community of and visitors to Salt Lake City.

Arcadia Heights Open Space
2055 South Lakeline Drive

Arcadia Trailhead
1825 South Lakeline Drive

Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Stretches from North Salt Lake to Parley’s Canyon 13.5 miles

Curtis Park
1421 South 2200 East

Davis Park
916 South 2000 East

Dee Glen Smith Tennis Center
1130 South Wasatch Drive

Dilworth Park
1953 South 2100 East

Donner Trail Park
2903 East Kennedy Drive

East Bench Preserve
2795 East 2100 South

H-Rock Open Space
1865 South Devonshire Drive

Laird Park
1185 South 1800 East

Miller Park Bird Refuge and Nature Park
1708 East 900 South

Oak Hills Ball Diamonds
1216 South Wasatch Drive

Rotary Glen Park
2850 East Sunnyside Ave

Sunnyside Park
1735 East Sunnyside Ave

Wasatch Hollow Park
1631 East 1700 South

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