Parks, Trails & Facilities

Kaysville city is known for its amazing award winning parks. We have something for every outdoor enthusiast. From hiking and mountain biking in our Wilderness Park to enjoying a walk by the creek at Barnes Memorial Park. If you’re looking to play ball or just play on the playground with the kids, we’ve got you covered there as well. Tree lovers will enjoy over 400 hundred trees with 100 hundred different varieties at Angel Street Soccer Complex. On hot days try cooling down at our Splash Pad at Heritage Park.

Come play in our parks.

Orienteering Course

  • East Wilderness Park has a orienteering course. Click on the link to see the coordinates or to download and print.
  • Angel Street Park has an orienteering course. Click on the link to see the coordinates or download and print. Click here for map.

Our Trails

With the gorgeous Rocky Mountains as the backdrop, there are numerous hiking trails in and around Kaysville. 

Download and print the Kaysville Trail Map (PDF) or view the Interactive Map.

Our Park Rules

  • Kaysville City restricts the use of inflatable toys, dunking machines, or any other like toys.
  • Vehicles within the city parks are not permitted on lawns or sidewalks.
  • Animals (including dogs and horses) are prohibited in all city parks with the exception of the Wilderness Park.
  • Alcoholic beverages are prohibited in all city parks.