Parks in Herriman Utah
Thinking about moving to Herriman Utah?
There are a lot of reasons to live in Herriman, and the local parks are a great place to start. The many parks and amenities in Herriman will not disappoint! Whether you’re looking to Ice Skate in the winter or play in the splash pad in the summer, the parks in Herriman are filled with fun for all ages!
Here is a list of some of the parks Herriman has to offer:
W & M Butterfield Park: 6212 Butterfield Park Way Herriman, UT 84096
This park has over 60 acres of land including 3 Soccer/Football fields, 4 baseball fields, a playground, volleyball courts, 3 rodeo arenas and more! Everyone can find something to do at W & M Butterfield Park. Click Here for bookings and more information.
The Cove at Herriman Springs: 6979 West Rose Canyon Road Herriman, UT 84096
The cove is not only beautiful but offers many amenities some of which are fishing ponds, 3 pavilions, a playground, volleyball courts, trails and more! Anyone and everyone can find something fun to do at this park, from relaxing by the water to hiking the trails! Click Here to learn more!
Umbria Estates Park: 12790 S 5230 W Herriman, UT 84096
This park is a great place to relax and take the kids! It features a spacious splash pad, 2 small gazebos, playground, and parking! This is a great place to go to cool off. Click Here for more information.
Tuscany Park: 12745 S. 5469 W. Herriman, UT 84096
Another great option featuring gazebos, various picnic tables, 2 softball fields a basketball court and volleyball court is Tuscany Park. Click Here for more information.
J Lynn Crane Park: 5373 Main St, Herriman, UT 84096
The J. Lynn Crane Park is great for all seasons, Ice Skating in the winter, Splash Pad in the summer, and a playground all year round. This park also features a history walk, skate path, music, gazebo, and tables. For more information Click Here.
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This post was written by Paige Giles