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Liberty Park

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  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Pleasant urban park with a track for running.
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1100 E 600 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84102-3808
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+1 801-596-5101
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed January 26, 2017

I've been going here since I was little. From hanging out and feeding the ducks, to renting paddle boats, to riding rides and getting some snacks, to watching fireworks and enjoying the booths of the Native American celebration, Liberty Park offers a lot. The park...More

3  Thank livingwasatch
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed March 25, 2015

Not sure if I am offending anyone from Salt Lake City or not, this place is barely average. There is the Tracy Aviary which you have pay for separately. Hence, I do not wish to make it a part of this review. But other than...More

2  Thank Abhirup D
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Reviewed 6 days ago

What a great find. Fall is here and the trees are turning color, and the geese on their migration. Great walk located across the Park Cafe restaurant.

Thank John A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take the kids and go to the park or even to the Aviary to watch the birds, (entrance fee for the Aviary), children's area to play, run your kid in the stroller, or just walk around, organize a pick nick in the park with your...More

2  Thank Jannette Z
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Liberty Park is the second largest public park in Salt Lake City, described as Utah's best example of the central park theme best exemplified by New York's Central Park. Located at 1100 East 600 South, the 80-acre plot of land features a pond with two...More

1  Thank Taylor B
Reviewed October 14, 2018

Liberty park has so much to offer. It has a great pond that you can have a picnic next to, or there are several areas where children can play on the toys, and depending upon the time of year, there are many events that are...More

1  Thank Cindy C
Reviewed October 10, 2018

This park has something for everyone! The volleyball courts always have a game going on; the running track is filled with all abilities of runners; there's a woodchip trail for running/walking if you want something easier on your knees; they have poop bag dispensers in...More

2  Thank Jesse S
Reviewed September 18, 2018

A little confusing to enter but a lovely park. Unfortunately no parks near the lake. All the same nice to sit for a quick bite to eat

1  Thank confusedAussie
Reviewed September 16, 2018

Was there on an extremely hot and smoggy Saturday evening. The beautiful flowers and lush green grass were a stark contrast to the parched city of Salt lake. Nice place to take a leisurely stroll with plenty of shade and places to sit and enjoy...More

2  Thank ontheroadagain6565
Reviewed September 16, 2018

This is the largest Park in the city and has a large variety of activities and events throughout the spring, summer and fall. Children adore being here and there are so many things to do and see that they seldom lose interest. Terrific place for...More

2  Thank Mike B
Reviewed September 3, 2018

This is a great large park in the heart of Salt Lake. Many different things going on. We had a family reunion picnic here. There was lots of space for kids to run and play, play ball, etc. There is a cute pond/lake with an...More

2  Thank MickeysBestPal
Reviewed August 27, 2018

Visitor or local, you'll love Liberty Park. It's spacious and a great place to picnic, take a stroll, get a nice run in, walk your dog, etc.

2  Thank Bruce K
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George H
June 27, 2017|
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Response from funnytraveler1 | Reviewed this property |
The park has turned off the water for the seven peaks waterway, which is just an area that represents the mountains around SLC. It will remain closed until they can figure a way to keep the attraction clean for a reasonable... More
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Tamia W
April 8, 2017|
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Response from shake801 | Reviewed this property |
It's a city park, so I don't know of any restrictions, but I haven't seen anyone with their own personal watercraft. You likely wouldn't be able to use the dock. The lake isn't very big or deep. You could easily paddle... More
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Sarah R
August 27, 2015|
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Response from Tripletmomkrisashhun | Reviewed this property |
The fountains don't run continuously either. All parks' splash pads operate on an as needed basis so when they are not in use, the water isn't needlessly running. When you arrive to a splash pad and periodically while you... More
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