Playground Tower (07/24/2007) This playground sits on the Northwest side of Liberty Park.
Swings (07/24/2007) A young girl triumphs on the swings at Liberty Park.
Prize Factory (07/24/2007) A pavilion for the Days of 47 Parade in Liberty PArk.
Line of Trees (10/25/2007) It appears that the city has planted a row of Maple Trees in front of the line of Cottonwoods along the central walk of Liberty Park. I suspect the plan is to evenutally lose the Cottonwoods.
Youth City (10/25/2007) This building in Liberty Park is currently used for Youth City After School Programs.
Drinking Fountain (10/25/2007) An interestingly designed drinking fountain in Liberty Park.
Main Walk (10/25/2007) In case you get lost, you can find a map for Liberty Park in along the main walk.
Garbage Graffiti (10/25/2007) I thought this was an interesting design painted on a garbage can. Unfortunately, painting flowers on garbage cans doesn\'t work in the long run as the wear and tear make painted cans look aweful.
Tennis Center (10/25/2007) There is a multicourt tennis center on the west side of Liberty Park.
Rotary Play Park (10/25/2007) The Rotary helped build a new playground in the Northwest area of Liberty Park.
Water Fowl (10/25/2007) Liberty Park is a favorite hang out for local fowl.
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.