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The Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness park is a fantastic place to go when you are in the mood for a short hike. At just over a mile, it can be easily done in less than an hour, and it's a great place to bring the kids. You will also find some exercise stations where you can enhance your experience with additional physical exercise. This short loop trail is suitable for hiking or biking and can even be done on cross country skis in the winter. This trail head is also an access point for the Great Western Trail and the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.
Offering many programs such as youth sports, adult sports, youth summer programs, youth fall & winter programs, after school science program, ski &snowboard program, and much more!
Free splash pad at Heritage Park in Kaysville.Hours of Operation—Noon to 8 pm Monday through Saturday Memorial Day to Labor Day
One of Layton's largest parks, Ellison Park consists of:
The Bingham Park includes 3 boweries, 1 baseball diamond, 1 playground, 2 sand volleyball courts, a walking path, fire pit, and restrooms.
East Park includes 3 boweries (1 large, 2 small), 2 playgrounds, 2 baseball diamonds, a sand volleyball court, a walking path, fire pit, and restrooms.
Loy Blake Park includes 5 boweries (1 large, 4 small), 1 playground, 3 baseball diamonds, 2 soccer fields, 1 football field, 2 tennis courts, 3 basketball courts, a sand volleyball court, fire pit, and restrooms.
A small 2 acre park area made more usable with its location and cooperative agreement with Clinton Elementary. Restrooms, a bowery, and picnic areas make this a popular site for family reunions and gatherings.
Several baseball diamonds.
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