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One of Layton's largest parks, Ellison Park consists of:
The Bingham Park includes 3 boweries, 1 baseball diamond, 1 playground, 2 sand volleyball courts, a walking path, fire pit, and restrooms.
Located in the northeast part of the city, this 26 acre park includes a bowery, restrooms, 1/2 mile walking track, baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball, and playground equipment.
This 6 acre park includes a four-diamond little league baseball complex with scorekeeper tower, bowery, restrooms, playground equipment, picnic areas, and access to Clinton Creek Trail.
Paved trail running North/South along old railroad corridor. The trail continues into both Roy and Clearfield Cities.Trailheads:2300 N (and 1000 W)1800 N (and 1000 W)1300 N (and 1000 W)800 N (and 1000 W)
Clinton's trail system currently has 9 acres of developed land located primarily at this site. Located at 2050 North Between 2000 West & 3000 West.
Kestrel Park is a very versatile park with lots of open space - bordered by a paved walking track.
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
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