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Features: Picnic Tables, Bowery, Public Restroom, Soccer, Playground, Trees
Features: Picnic area/Bowery, Playground, Volleyball (across the street), Baseball, Soccer, Open Fields, Restrooms
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
Canterbury Park is 5.25 acres. It has picnic tables, a pavilion, soccer fields, basketball and volleyball courts, a play ground, a walking/jogging path, and restrooms.
Founders Park is a larger park of about 16 acres located next to Syracuse Elementary School. It has picnic tables, boweries, baseball and soccer fields, a skate park, playgrounds, and restrooms.
The Angel Street Soccer Complex in Kaysville has five large soccer fields, two playgrounds, one large bowery, seven small boweries, and restrooms.
Bishop Field is a large open soccer field.
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