Care should be exercised in an around public structures, including parks that may be subject to COVID-19. Parents and guardians are reminded to observe the guidelines outlined by Governor Herbert by practicing “social distancing” and not allowing people to play on public playgrounds.
Shooting Sports Park The Provo Shooting Sports Park is a firearms education and training facility that is open to experienced shooters and new shooters that want to become experienced! More >>
Volunteer Service Some of Provo City's greatest assets are its volunteer minded citizens and its geographic location. The Provo River and trails that meander through the city provide for a variety of opportunities for service projects for citizens of any age or ability. More >>
Trails Whether taking a leisurely stroll or training for a marathon, using the Provo City trails can be an enjoyable and beautiful escape within the city. More >>
Reservations Provo has nearly 60 areas that can be reserved which include pavilions, amphitheaters and trails. To find out more about park rules and how to make reservations, check out the Reservations page. Visit the Park Info page for park amenities. More >>
Cemetery The Provo City Cemetery was established in 1853 and currently has approximately 38,000 burial spaces within the beautifully maintained grounds. Plans to expand the cemetery and add additional burial spaces are currently being implemented. More >>
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Provo has some of the most beautiful parks in the state of Utah.
818 acres of developed parklands
35 miles of paved trails and paths
464 acres of sports fields turf
Provo Parks & Recreation is a premiere parks and recreation agency that has been recognized nationally by organizations such as Forbes Magazine as one of the most livable cities and by Outside Magazine as #2 in the United States as the best for outdoor recreation opportunities. Provo City's 53 parks directly influence the quality of life for the residents and visitors of Provo. In order to maintain this level of quality and community expectation, high standards of conduct and performance are maintained. ned.
Reservations Make a park pavilion reservation online and get important information on reservations
Parks Calendar See what park pavilions have been reserved
FAQs Important information about park pavilion reservations, rules, and guidelines
Parks Details Find park specific information
Camping Info List of local overnight camping locations
Report an Issue Submit a Park issue, question or comment to the Parks & Grounds Office
Get Involved Volunteer with your group, organization or Eagle Scout
Special Events How to have a Special Event at a City Park or Trail
Shooting Sports Park
General Info General information, hours and rates
Reservation Form Private reservation form
RSO Application Range Safety Office Application
SOP Manual Standard Operation Manual
General Info General information, fees, and regulations
Burial Records Access burial records resources
Funeral Schedule Current Schedule of upcoming funeral services
Pioneer Museum & Village
Pioneer Museum General information and hours
Pioneer Village General information and hours
DUP Website Daughters of Utah Pioneers Website
Pioneer Village Provo Pioneer Village's Website
Tree Removal along the Provo River Trail
Posted July 9, 2019
Part of the improvement process along the Provo River Trail is removing volunteer vegetation that has grown along the river’s edge and has damaged the trail in several places. Many of these trees are not high quality varieties and often interfere with trail design and use.
Moving forward, department crews will continue to remove problem trees and other vegetation issues in areas where the new trail is installed as needed. Over time, more sustainable tree species will be planted in proper locations.
*Spring Creek Park Sand Play Area Closed Until Further Notice*
Posted July 31, 2019
Unfortunately, because the sinks and toilets adjacent to the sand area have been plugged several times with sand since the park opened, and to prevent very costly damage to the restroom plumbing system, it is necessary to look at other options on how the space will be used. It is not feasible to continue to have the sinks and toilets plugged on a daily basis. Other options are being explored at this time and the sand area is to remain closed until a solution is reached.