The Ogden Nature Center’s annual 5K Trail Run and Pancake Breakfast is slated for the first Saturday in May annually.
This isn’t your average 5K– you’ll also get to meet live birds, enjoy a yummy pancake breakfast, score a fun goodie bundle & a cool, technical t-shirt as well as a kids dash & fun activities for the littles!
1st Saturday in May Annually
Ogden Nature Center
966 W 12th St Ogden, UT 84404-5410 (801) 621-7595
1700 East 8600 South
Sandy, UT 84093
The largest developed park at 31.8 acres in the Sandy Parks System is also the most varied for terrain, taking its name from a hilly outcropping. The park is a full service park, providing 6 soccer fields, 2 baseball fields 1 volleyball court, 2 playgrounds, 4 tennis courts, and 2 outdoor lighted pavilions. The upper pavilion has a great view of the entire valley. For those who love to walk or jog, there are three different jogging trails, ranging from 1/3 to 1 mile in length.
In the Winter during the snow season Flat Iron Mesa Park provides one of the best Free Tubing Hill’s in Utah!…Click, Drag & Drop Gold Person (top left corner) for Panoramic View. It’s Fun!
1400 E 2100 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84106
Sugar House Park, considered a “crown jewel” among regional parks in the Salt Lake Valley, comprises 110.5 acres of lush, rolling green space, located on the site of the old State Prison in the Sugar House area of Salt Lake City. It is bordered by 1300 East on the west, by 2100 South on the north, by 1700 East on the east, and by I-80 on the south. There are two entrances for vehicular traffic off of 2100 South, at 1400 East and 1500 East.
Though known for its verdant vistas, which are enhanced by a large pond in the western part of the park, Sugar House Park also offers many options for those interested in more than just a lovely walk. Among the park’s features for public use are: seven pavilions for group gatherings (see Reservations for more information); regulation soccer and baseball fields, which serve as home fields for Highland High School; a large, cement basketball court donated by the Utah Jazz; two children’s play areas, with plastic play sets; a small amphitheater with seating for 220 people; seven volleyball courts (one at each terrace), and a sleigh-riding hill.
In addition, the park road, which winds around the park for a mile and three-eighths, has a 16-foot-wide inside lane which has proven popular among walkers, runners, bicyclists, and cross-country ski trainers.
4th of July Fireworks
Sugar House Art & Street Festival
In the winter the many hills provide a fun and free place for winter activities such as Snow-Tubing and Sledding.
The park is open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the summer, and from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the winter.….Click, Drag & Drop Gold Person (top left corner) for Panoramic View. It’s Fun!
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