Jordan River (06/28/2003) The Jordan River flows through the Salt Lake International Peace Gardens.
Drum Circle (06/28/2003) Drummers celebrate the KRCL Day in the Park.
New Toy (01/12/2006) Coco's Christmas present was a new throwable disc. She just visited the vet and is playing at the Jordan River Park.
Skateboard Park (06/28/2003) The Skateboard Park on the Jordan River Parkway.
Framed Against the Wasatch (02/01/2007) The Jordan River Temple framed against the Wasatch Mountains. The Temple is named for Utah's Jordan River which is in the ravine East of the Temple. The picture includes Little Cottonwood and Bells Canyon.
Backlit Pond (08/07/2007) This backlit shot includes the pond and amphitheater at the heritage system. The pond is part of an irrigation channel that branches off the Jordan River.
Olmec Head (08/07/2007) The Olmec Head sits next to a small pond. The pond is part of the irrigation system that branches off the Jordan River.
Thistles (08/07/2007) Thistles found near the Jordan River Parkway.
Irrigation Canal (08/07/2007) This irrigation canal exits the Jordan River then runs through the Utah Cultural Celebration park.
The Jordan River Parkway follows the Jordan River through the central Salt Lake Valley. The parkway contains a paved road...which serves as a nice hiking and running trail for people in the valley. The trails starts at 7200 South, at Gardner Villiage, and runs through Salt Lake, and past the fairgrounds. The trail starts to peter out as you approach the Salt Lake. The sand flies were so thick when I tried to see how far I could ride along the parkway, that I gave out before the gravel road did.
(132 pictures) The Jordan River Parkway is on the west side of Murray, Utah.
Salt Lake West Side
(43 pictures) The Jordan River Parkway skirts the west side of Salt Lake City.
A Day In the Park
(13 pictures) The KRCL Day in the Park is held in the Jordan River Park on 900 W 900 S, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dimple Dell Park
(48 pictures) Dimple Dell is a green area that runs from State Street at 100000 South to Bells Canyon at the base of Lone Peak. I understand that there has been discussion about combining Jordan River and Dimple Dell in a green belt.
(74 pictures) Both West Jordan and South Jordan are named after the Jordan River.