Park Pond (07/24/2007) A small section of exposed water and flat rocks makes for a good gathering spot in Liberty Park.
Liberty Park (01/30/2001) Sea gulls swoop over the all but empty park pond in Liberty Park
Liberty Park (01/30/2001) Liberty Park is known for its collection of towering Cottonwoods. Cottonwood trees are a relatively soft wood. They grow tall fast. Just don't stand under them during a breeze.
Cross Country (01/30/2001) A set of cross country ski tracks makes its way around the Liberty Park loop. The Salt Lake valley rarely gets enough snow for skiing in town. So this is a somewhat rare event.
Steel Urns (01/30/2001) This steel urns are near the seven canyons fountain in the center of the park.
Located on 700 East and 900 South, Liberty Park is one of the main parks in the Salt Lake valley. The park houses the Tracy Aviary, Chase Museum, the Seven Canyon fountain. It is a popular place for jogging, quick game of Volleyball, or to gather for a drum circle.
Liberty Park is the site of the main Salt Lake 4th of July fireworks display. An event enjoyed by people, but not by the poor birds trapped in the Aviary.
As this is the premiere park in Salt Lake City, it is the home of numerous community events.