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Active Living

  • 800 N and 1000 W
  • Clearfield, 84015

Paved trail running along the old railroad corridor. The trail continues north into Clinton and south into Layton.

Trailheads:
800 N and 1000 W
 675 W 300 N
500 W 200 S
W Center St.
H Street and I93
700 S and Main Street
2200 W and 2200 S

Program Types:
  • W McKittrick Lane
  • Farmington, 84025
  • 801-451-0953
This park features a playground, basketball hoops, picnic tables, and a large grassy area.
  • 650 W and Clark Lane
  • Farmington, 84025
This is a new commuter path for non-motorized users that parallels the Legacy Highway. It is a smooth and straight path that can be taken all the way into Salt Lake City. 
Program Types:
  • 250 S
  • Farmington, 84025
This is a new commuter path for non-motorized users that parallels the Legacy Highway. It is a smooth and straight path that can be taken all the way into Salt Lake City.
Program Types:
  • Frontage Road and Shepard Lane
  • Farmington, 84025
The Oakridge Preserve Trail is an asphalt jogging path that parallels I-15 on the east side. From the south trailhead, it leads to Ponds Park. 

Distance: 2.4 roundtrip
Program Types:
  • 1900 W Gordon Ave.
  • Layton, 84014

Paved trail running along the old railroad corridor. The trail continues north into Clearfield and south into Kaysville.

Trailheads:
2200 W and 2200 S
1900 W Gordon Ave.
1620 W Hill Field Rd.
1135 W Gentile St.
700 W Weaver Lane
675 W Layton Parkway

Program Types:
  • 195 E Gentile St.
  • Layton, 84041
  • 801-336-3900
This is a 1 mile paved trail running parallel to I-15 and west of Layton Commons Park.
Program Types:
  • 400 N 900 W
  • West Bountiful, 84087

West Bountiful marks the end of this paved trail running along the old railroad corridor. The trail continues north into Centerville all the way to West Haven.

Trailheads:
860 W 1600 N
400 N 900 W

Program Types:
  • 311 Bella Vista Circle
  • Farmington, 84025
This is a continuation of the Farminton Upper Terrace Trail. It is a delightful trail along the shelf left by the ancient Lake Bonneville. Be careful of loose rock on the steeper sections. The view of the city and the sunsets makes this a wonderful hike.

Distance: 2 miles 

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