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Jordan River Parkway

Jordan River Parkway 

The Jordan River Parkway is a north-south system of trails that parallel the Jordan River, connecting 45 miles through Salt Lake County.  The trail further connects to neighboring counties, allowing for travel to Utah Lake and the Great Salt Lake.

Development and maintenance of the trails are divided among Salt Lake County and numerous local municipalities.  The final gap at the north end of the trail between 200 South and North Temple is now connected.  The bridge opened to the public in November 2017.

Jordan River Trail Map North

Jordan River Trail Map South

Salt Lake County Trailheads



Water Fountain



Redwood Trailhead  2320 South 1000 West, West Valley City  Y  Y
James Madison Park 3300 South 1111 West , South Salt Lake   Y N
General Holm Park 3900 South 1050 West, South Salt Lake   Y
4800 South  4800 South 580 West, Murray   Y Available at nearby Arrowhead Park
Arrow Trailhead 13807 South 1300 West, Bluffdale   Y
Springview Farms  14600 South 1220 West, Bluffdale  

Related Information:

Jordan River Commission

Parleys Trail

Parley's Trail

Parley’s Trail is the first east-west trail linking the Bonneville Shoreline trail on the east to the Jordan River Parkway to the west.  The trail connects a variety of neighborhoods in both Salt Lake City, Millcreek, South Salt Lake and West Valley. This corridor is developed with residential, business and industrial land uses as well as parks, schools, places of worship, and other urban uses. The area also offers an abundance of historical, cultural, natural and scenic resources.

The segment connecting Sugar House to Tanner Park was completed in October 2017, allowing for travel from the Bonneville Shoreline to 300 West.    

Remaining segment in development: 300 West to Jordan River Parkway

Estimated completion: Summer 2023

Parley's Trail Map

Related Information:

PRATT Coalition

Horseback Rider

Dimple Dell Regional Park 

Dimple Dell Park features 630 acres of natural landscape surrounded by the large urban area and growing neighborhoods of Sandy, Utah.  The park is most commonly known for its vast network of trails that are frequented by hikers, bicyclists and horseback riders. The trails throughout Dimple Dell Park’s scenic landscape are perfect for all hikers or bicyclists regardless of experience due in part to the flexibility of trail options.

Dimple Dell Regional Park Trail Map

Rose and Yellow Fork Canyon 

Located near Herriman, Utah the Rose and Yellow Fork Canyon recreation area has long been a destination for hikers, runners, mountain bikers, equestrian riders and birders.  Due to safety concerns and to avoid user conflicts, mountain biking is only allowed in select areas.  Refer to the map for details.

Rose and Yellow Fork Canyon Trail Map