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Sugar House Park, Salt Lake City

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Sugar House Park, also known as Sugarhouse Park, is located between I-80, 2100 South, 1300 East, and 1700 East in the Sugar House neighborhood of Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The 110-acre (45 ha) park is at the heart of the Sugar House neighborhood. It was the site of a fireworks show and concert every Independence Day (July 4), but the event was discontinued in 2018 due to environmental, logistical, and financial reasons. It is a popular sledding location in the winter.

The park was the location of Sugar House Prison, Utah's first state prison, until 1951 when the current prison was opened in Draper.
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  • Nice little park with few amenities. For me, the running/biking loop is a perfect size - 1.5 miles with one 'hill'. There is some drinking fountains, one rest room (clean at that) that I saw and... 
    Nice little park with few amenities. For me, the running/biking loop is a perfect size - 1.5 miles with one 'hill'. There is some drinking fountains, one rest room (clean at that) that I saw and...  more »
  • Walk around the lake, with a variety of waterfowl, view of the snow-caped mountains. Close proximity to Springhill hotel and shops next door. A pleasant experience 
    Walk around the lake, with a variety of waterfowl, view of the snow-caped mountains. Close proximity to Springhill hotel and shops next door. A pleasant experience  more »
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  • Beautiful, huge park. The modern playground is fun, but for a really fun time bring a blanket, picnic and river clothes and let the kids explore in the water. It felt safe. There were nearby restrooms. ***If you liked my review or found it to be helpful give it a thumbs up. 👍 thanks!
  • Lots of torn up trees but still a good place to walk/run

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