National Parks / Natural World
Timpanogos Cove Park Cedar Hills
Where is it at?
Timpanogos Cove Park
9508 N Timpanogos Cove
Where are we going today?
Sometimes you don't have to venture far within the city to have a classic, family day out in the park - especially when you live in Cedar Hills, Utah!
Timpanogos Cove Park is the largest park within the city of Cedar Hills, and offers 5 acres of that classic family fun.
Kids can run around on the open field, using up all of that energy we KNOW they have! If that wasn't enough, there are two excellent playground areas where they can run, climb, and play. These are perfect for those little ones as there is one playground for tots, and a playground for teens - so they can find their perfect play space
Those sporty kids will love the basketball court too - nothing but net!
Timpanogos Cove is the perfect park to take some of your own games too. Why not bring the frisbee, or a bug book and a magnifying glass so they can search for those creepy crawlies that call it home!
The park also connects to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, in Canyon Heights, so you extend your park day out with a little bit more exploration if you like!
Classic family park fun in Timpanogos, so grab those hats, running shoes, and sense of fun because Timpanogos Cove Park is waiting for YOU!
How much does it cost?
When can we go?
All year round
There are picnic areas that you can reserve if you have a group, or you can enjoy lunch on the grass surrounded by nature and family fun!.
It's always a good idea to take bottled water and healthy snacks for those energetic kids!.
Any Top Tips?
Don't forget your hat and sunscreen, but also those grass games and park toys kids will love.
Doing our bit
The parks team really have created a family friendly park for all, so help them out and pick up after yourselves!.
Need a little extra help?
The park is flat space and accessible .
There are restrooms in the park.
What people are saying?
by Trevor Holyoak
My family really enjoys this park because it has a great view and is hidden away, so it usually isn't very busy. However, in the evenings it tends to fill up with rowdy teenagers. It's right on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, so we sometimes ride our bikes to it.