Popular Attractions

Liberty Park 

Liberty Park is one of the city's oldest parks and the first to be designed by a certified landscape architect. Families enjoy the pavilions, picnic areas, and playgrounds. Artists and serenity seekers enjoy the lake and museum. Fitness tracks surround the park, and courts for tennis, basketball, horseshoes, and bocce are available. There's something for everyone at Liberty Park.

Parleys Historic Nature Park

Parleys Historic Nature Park was once settled and featured homes, businesses, an aqueduct, and a railroad. Today, the park features over 80 acres of undeveloped natural lands with multiple springs that flow into Parleys creek. Portions of the park are available for off-leash dog use, and a bmx course sits in the middle of the park. 

Salt Lake City Cemetery

As the largest municipal cemetery in the US, people from all over the world come to honor the dead, visit notable resting sites, perform genealogical research, and walk the grounds among many other activities. The cemetery is protected in perpetuity and has a stunning array of trees such as gingko, spruce, and sequoia that provide habitat and cover for deer, foxes, owls, hawks, and more. 


Salt Lake City's trail network is a system of interconnecting walking, hiking, and biking trails throughout the city. Explore both natural and urban sections of the city at your leisure from the Bonnevill Shoreline Preserve to the Jordan River Parkway.