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Memory Grove Park, Salt Lake City

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TripAdvisor
  • Memory Grove Park is nestled at the bottom of Federal Heights, just belowe Capitol Hill, and north-east from Temple Square. It features rolling, sprawling, deep green and luscious lawns and ponds, win...  more »
  • Memory Grove Park has so much to offer. Whether you want to go for a walk in nature at lunchtime, or take a picnic there in the evening and sit by the stream or even go on a bike ride and get a workou...  more »
  • This is a beautiful destination that can be walked from downtown. A recommended walk is to see the grounds of the Mormon Temple, proceed to view the exterior of the grand Utah State Capitol Building, ...  more »
Google
  • Dogs everywhere! No one respects the off leash area (only part of the park on the north side), and they treat the whole park as off leash. There seems to be no enforcement of this rule. The park is quite nice if you can possibly find a time when it's not overrun with canines.
  • I can't believe I've been been here before, it's a cool park situated near downtown. The creek running through the middle is good for roads to play in and keep cool, there are also some short hiking trails in the park.
  • Amazing place for a picnic. Wonderful place to bring your dogs. A lovely hike or bike ride here.
  • A beautiful park with a welcoming feel. The trails are in and out style and you can continue into the canyon the top. You can go up the canyon on a paved or wooded trail for about a mile. At the end of the trail there are branches to a paved or ones to the left and right that go up to a more backcountry style hike. All the trails are dog friendly (leash required outside of the designated areas). The trails are popular throughout the day.
  • Parking can be a challenge. Otherwise a great park with plenty to see. Nature lovers this is one place you will truly enjoy