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Parks and Recreation

Alpine is home to many neighborhood parks, sports complexes, special use parks, community parks, green ways and natural resource areas.  Call 801-756-6347 x 0 or 2 for pavilion reservations.

Alpine City does not have community recreation programs.  Cedar Hills does have recreational programs and DOES NOT charge non-resident fees for Alpine residents.  Click HERE for more information.
Alpine City takes great pride in its incredible parks and open spaces.  The City encourages public use and we hope all participants will help preserve and protect these wonderful amenities.  Planned events are often held in Alpine City and may be considered a mass gathering.  A mass gathering is defined as an event held on public or private property, with or without charge, profit or non-profit, and which creates significant impacts to the public.  Activities including Fairs/Festivals, Races, Parades, and Concerts are considered mass gathering events.  Additional criteria, such as substantial use of City Parks or Buildings, is used to determine if an event is a mass gathering.  Please review the Mass Gathering Ordinance below or contact the City Offices for more information.

If you are planning an event that may be considered a mass gathering, you will need to propose the event to the staff at least 40 days prior to the date of the proposed event. A staff meeting is held Monday morning at 9:00 am at City Hall. Staff meetings are held on a first-come first-serve basis so you do not need an appointment to attend. We will discuss your proposal and provide you with any direction needed. Your attendance at this meeting does not mean that your event is approved. The Mass Gathering Application is provided below and includes a list of all submittal requirements.  The application, along with all other requirements, must be completed and submitted no less than 30 days prior to the start date of the event.

Mass Gathering Ordinance
Mass Gathering Application


City Parks

Beck's Hill Park

Rocky Mountain Drive

  • 17.8 acres
  • Children's play area
  • Walking trails
  • Pavilion

Burgess Park

Canyon Crest Road and 200 West

  • 21 acres
  • 5 baseball diamonds with snack shack and restrooms
  • Sand volleyball, tennis & basketball courts
  • .69 mile paved trail
  • Children's play areas

Creekside Park

100 South and 600 East

Creekside Park Trail Map

  • 24 acres
  • Splash Pad
  • Tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball
  • Pavilions
  • Walking trails

Healey Park

851 East Healey Blvd


  • 4.0 acres
  • 1 soccer field


Lambert Park

Grove Drive / Box Elder Drive

Lambert Park Trail Map

  • 255 acres
  • Open space
  • Trails for hiking, horses and biking
  • Pavilion
  • Camping in designated areas

Legacy Park

Corner of Center and Main Street

  • 1.0 acre
  • Pavilion
  • Gazebo
  • Children's play area
  • Home of Alpine Days

Moyle Park

- 770 North 600 East
- For tours or reservations 
   call (801) 756-1194

- Open May 1 - Sept 30


  • 2.0 acres
  • Museum
  • Old Indian Fort
  • Picnic area     

Peterson Park  

Ridge Drive and 100 East

  •  10.0 acres
  • Walking Paths
  • Variety of trees

Rachael McTeer Park

Allegheny Way

  • 3.0 acres
  • Walking path
  • Children's play area
  • Athletic fields and basketball court

Rodeo Grounds

Lambert Park

  • 5.0 acres
  • Professional size rodeo arena
  • Bleacher seating
  • Home of the Alpine Days Rodeo
  • Rodeo Grounds Master Plan

Silverleaf Park

Between Maple and Ridge Drive

  • 1.5 acres
  • Open space
  • Play area

Smooth Canyon Park

900 East and Healey Blvd

  • 6.0 acres
  • 2 soccer fields
  • New restroom facilities
  • Children's play area and pavilion