Salt Lake City, Utah
September 6, 2002
Inside the park, there is a very large swimming pool with diving boards, a huge slide, concession stand, and many lounge chairs. The price is $2 per person, on top of the entrance fee to the park. It is open from the end of May through August.
There is a large campground with sites for tents and campers. The fee is $12 per site, and this includes electricity and showers. A fire pit is at each site. About 10 log cabins are also on the campground. These can be rented out, generally for a week. They have two bedrooms, a full kitchen, bathroom, living room, and screen porch. These are perfect for holidays, family gatherings, or any relaxing getaway. These must be booked in advance, far in advance for the busy summer months.
Throughout the park, there are many hiking and biking trails. A map can be picked up at the park entrance, and this gives a description of each of the trails in terms of length and difficulty.
Picnic tables are found througout the park, and a number of covered shelters are also available. These are available for rent for large gatherings. These have bathroom facilities, playgrounds, and parking lots.
From journal New Harmony - History Today