Map of the Ogden River Parkway

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Ogden River Parkway

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Ogden River Parkway

LENGTH:

9.6 miles

SURFACE:

paved

COMMUNITIES:

Ogden

HIGHLIGHTS:

river views, cottonwood groves, local parks

NEARBY TRAILS:

Weber River Greenway

LINKS:

Ogden

The Ogden River Parkway is a 9.6-mile long paved pathway that travels through the heart of Ogden in Northern Utah. The trail stretches from the confluence of the Ogden and Weber Rivers to the mouth of Ogden Canyon to the east. The trail is part of the Centennial Trail, a proposed 28-mile loop around the Ogden area.

The trail travels through the greenbelt along the river, goes past ponds and wetlands and parks in the middle of Ogden. The highlights along the trail include Rainbow Gardens and the Ogden Pioneer Stadium. Connection to the Weber River Trail leads to Fort Buenaventura Park. The east end of the trail is located at the mouth of Ogden Canyon along Route 39. This location is also the trailhead for the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

Conditions

The Ogden River Parkway is paved the entire way and is open for non-motorized use such as bike riding, walking and running.

Points of Interest

The Ogden River Parkway goes past the following points of interest

Twenty-First Street Pond
Ogden Pioneer Stadium
Lorin Farr Park
Lorin Farr community Pool
Canyon Park
Ogden Botanical Gardens
Big-Dee Sprots Park
George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park
Trailhead for the Bonneville Shoreline Trail
Nearby Trails

Weber River Parkway: the Weber River Parkway intersects the Ogden River Trail at a point south of W 17th Street and east of Interstate 84.

End Points

The west end of the Ogden River Parkway is located at the intersection of the Weber River Parkway at a point south of W 17th Street and east of Interstate 84.

The east end of the trail is located at Canyon Road and Valley Drive on the east side of Ogden. There is a trailhead on the east side of the intersection.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Ogden River Parkway in Ogden, Utah.