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Features: Acreage, Picnic Tables, Boweries, Public Restrooms, Jogging, Playground, Tennis, Basketball, Horseshoes, Trees
Features: Acreage, Picnic Tables, Bowery, Public Restroom, Baseball/Softball, Playgrounds, Tennis, Trees
Features: Acreage, Picnic Table, Bowery, Public restroom, Baseball/Softball, Playground, Tennis, Trees, Access to Trails
Hogan Park is 5.22 acres. It features a large and small bowery, playgrounds, a climbing wall, tennis and basketball courts, a combination baseball and soccer field, a climbing wall, restrooms, and a picnic shelter.
Mills Park is the largest park in Woods Cross at 20.19 acres. It has a large and small bowery, playgrounds, basketball and tennis courts, sand volleyball, baseball and soccer fields, exercise stations, a paved walking path, and restrooms.
The facilities of Island View Park are located on three levels. Level 1 includes a bowery, handball courts, and sand volleyball. Level 2 includes lighted tennis courts and a playground. Level 3 includes baseball and soccer fields, a walking path, and a playground. A small pavilion is located on the upper tier of the park. Nets are provided. Bowery capacity: 35-50
The facilities of Smoot Park include lighted tennis courts, playground, drinking fountain, barbecue grills, and sand volleyball. A small pavilion is available at the west side of the park. Bowery capacity: 30-40
Tunnel Springs Park features a playground, tennis courts, bowery with picnic tables, playing field, and asphalt walking path. This park is also adjacent to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.
Stoker Park is 6.5 acres. It has picnic tables and boweries, volleyball and tennis courts, a baseball field, a playground, and restrooms.
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