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Jordan River Parkway

The Jordan River Parkway is a system of trails that parallel the Jordan River, which runs from Utah Lake to the Great Salt Lake.

Development and maintenance of the trails are divided among Salt Lake County and local municipalities:

All sections of the trail within the County's jurisidiction are paved and have bridges or tunnels at cross streets.


A complete map of the Jordan River Parkway Trail system has been designed and printed with the assistance of the National Park Service Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance (RTCA) Program and the Jordan River Commission.  See the Jordan River Trail news release for more information.

The new map highlights trailheads, public transit areas, urban parks, and conservation areas. Hard copies are available at the following locations:

  • Dimple Dell Recreation Center
    10670 South 1000 East
  • JL Sorensen Recreation Center
    5350 West Herriman Main Street
  • Magna Recreation Center
    3270 South 8400 West
  • Millcreek Community Center
     2266 East Evergreen Avenue (3425 South), Suite 130
  • Northwest Recreation Center
    1300 West 300 North
  • SL County Parks & Recreation Administrative Offices
    2001 South State Street, Room S4800
  • SL County Parks Operations Office
    3383 South 300 East

Or, you may simply download electronic versions of the map below. The map is divided into six PDF files, or the whole map in one PDF file:


Download the whole map (6.5 MB PDF) here.

Master Plan

Go to the County Planning Jordan River Trail Master Plan web page containing detailed information, photos, and maps.

Related Links

In addition to the Jordan River Parkway, you might be interested in other trail systems throughout the Salt Lake valley:

  •  The County's Welcker Park and the Utah and Salt Lake Canal trail form a 3-mile loop.
  •  The State of Utah's Mountain View Corridor (MVC) features 15 miles of biking and walking trails that run the entire length of the current roadway in Salt Lake County, with 9 miles of striped bike lanes from Redwood Road to Old Bingham Highway.  Go to State of Utah's MVC web site for more information.
  •  The Parley's Rails, Trails and Tunnels (PRATT) Coalition is developing Parley's Trail which a biking and walking trail that will connect the Bonneville Shoreline Trail (at the mouth of Parley's Canyon) to the Jordan River Parkway.  Go to the Parley's Trail web site for more information.