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This neighborhood park is 2.25 acres and serves as the trailhead for the DW&G Rail Trail between the cities of Clearfield and Layton. Park amenities include a playground and small picnic pavilion.
One of Layton's largest parks containing:• 47 Acres• (2) Picnic Pavilions• (15) Picnic Shelters• (9) Barbeque Grills• (2) Baseball Fields [Little League]• (2) Playground• (1) Walking Trail [1.5 miles]• (4) Restrooms• (450) Parking Spaces
Features: Acreage, Picnic Tables, Grills, Boweries, Public Restrooms, Jogging, Playground, Trees, Access to Hiking Trails
Features: Acreage, Picnic Table, Bowery, Public restroom, Baseball/Softball, Playground, Tennis, Trees, Access to Trails
Legacy Parkway Park is a private park in Woods Cross for its HOA members only. It has a small playground, sand volleyball court, a picnic table, and access to Legacy Parkway.
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.
Trail head connecting to the Legacy Parkway.
The facilities of Freedom Hills Park include a Veteran's Memorial, playground, drinking fountains, barbecue grills, jogging paths, and two trail heads (one for hikers and one for equestrian use.) Bowery capacity: 55-70
The facilities of Porter Walton Park include a playground, basketball courts, drinking fountains, barbecue grills, and a perimeter walking path. It also contains the trail head for Bamberger Parkway and Southwest Trails. Bowery capacity: 35-50
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