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Parks, Open spaces, & Trails

No matter the occasion, we’ve got the place for you.

Public Parks

All parks are open from 5 AM – 12 AM. Sports courts and other facility hours may vary.

North Steed Park and Pond

This 11.5-acre park, located next to Holt Elementary School, offers a 64-person picnic pavilion, barbecue grills, 3 sand volleyball courts, youth-sized soccer fields, restrooms, and walking/jogging paths varying in distance with D&RGW Rail Trail Connection. Fishing, kayaking, and paddleboarding are available at Steed Pond.

South Steed Park

This 11.5-acre park, located next to Holt Elementary School, offers 4 small picnic pavilions, 3 softball diamonds, 16 Pickleball Courts, restrooms, an adult-sized soccer field, and walking/jogging paths varying in distance with D&RGW Rail Trail connection. 

Bernard F. Fisher Park

Nestled between 3 schools, this 16-acre park has three lit baseball diamonds, playground and electronic Neos playground, a basketball court with 8 standards, concession stand, two lit soccer fields, a walking/jogging path, restrooms and a skate park.

Jesse D. Barlow Park

This 17-acre sports complex boasts a large picnic pavilion for up to 84 people, as well as multi-use athletic fields for football and soccer, a grass baseball diamond with a backstop, a full-sized basketball court, playground equipment, restrooms, and a walking/jogging path with a loop measuring 1/2 mile.

Island View Park

Located across the street from Antelope Elementary School this 5.5-acre park has a large picnic pavilion that can accommodate 136 people with a barbecue grill, two playgrounds (toddler and school-aged), a basketball court, restrooms, 1/4-mile walking/jogging path, and a 9-hole disc golf course.

Central Park

This 2.5-acre park has a small individual picnic pavilion that accommodates 36 people with a large barbeque grill, a youth size baseball diamond. Central Park is located just to the east of Wasatch Elementary School.

Kiwanis Park

Kiwanis Park, at 4-acres and boasting several mature shade trees, has a large-sized picnic pavilion that can accommodate up to 104 people, 3 small pavilions, barbecue grills, playground equipment, tennis court, gaga pit, horseshoe pits, basketball court, 2 T-ball-sized grass baseball fields with backstop, and restrooms. Kiwanis also has a small hill that is great for sledding during the winter months.

Fox Hollow Park

 This 5-acre park and arboretum, which features a variety of labeled trees native to the area, has a large-sized picnic pavilion seating 72 people, barbecue grills, a small pavilion a basketball court, youth baseball grass field for t-ball or machine pitch, playground equipment, restrooms and two walking/jogging paths measuring a total combined distance of .37 miles. Fox Hollow also has a small hill that is great for sledding in the winter months.

Bicentennial Park

At 3.5 acres, Bicentennial Park is home to a 358-seat outdoor amphitheater available for rent. Park amenities include individual picnic pavilions with barbecue grills, horseshoe pits, restrooms, and a walking/jogging path with mature trees.

Cornerstone Park

Cornerstone Park, located at the corner of South Main and Gordon Avenue, is a 3.5 acre park with plenty of grass to play sports or family games, walking path, rock-themed playground, restrooms, and small parking area.

Jacobsen Park

This shaded neighborhood one-acre park has a full-size basketball court, two playgrounds for 2-12 year-olds, toddler swings, short walking path, and a small picnic pavilion which seats up to 12 people.

Mabey Pond

Bring your paddleboards or go fishing in this pond in the heart of the City. The small grassy area creates a great picnic location.  Please observe “no trespassing” signs and fish from the dock or from the property located on the south-east side of the Lakeside Square shopping center.

Thornock Park

Located east of the D&RGW Rail Trail this neighborhood park offers a quiet retreat with a playground, grassy area, and a place to sit and enjoy the views. This offers a nice break with your children if you are riding on the trail.

Train Watch Park

Measuring 1.5 acres, Train Watch Park has large mature trees that shade to beat the summer heat. This park has four small individual picnic pavilions and train-themed playground equipment.

Hamblin Park

This destination 1-acre park is dedicated to swings. Toddler swing, toddler-parent tandem swing, 8 belted swings, and a 150-foot gravity rail swing. This park is surrounded by mature trees to provide shade on hot summer days, small area for picnics and a few spinning toys for extended fun.

Chelemes Park

This neighborhood park serves as the trailhead for the D&RGW Rail Trail between the cites of Clearfield and Layton. Park amenities include a playground and small picnic pavilion.

Hoggan's Park

Tucked inside a neighborhood, this large pocket-park houses a pavilion that accommodates small gatherings of up to 36 people.

Fisher Park Skate Park

This 14,000 square foot skate park is open from 5AM until 11PM. The skate park includes two separate bowls, Flow Bowl, Love Seat, Combi Bowl, Death Box, and a street section with rails and ledges, night lighting.

Steed Park Pickleball Courts

These 16 lit post-tension Pickleball Courts are open from 6:00 AM to 11:00 PM Sunday- Saturday. Pickleball courts are available for rental by the hour.

Clearfield Dog Park

A large enclosed area with agility toys and a doggy water fountain, dog owners and their pups always have a good time! The dog park is located at the north end of Barlow Park.


Denver & Rio Grande Western Rail Trail

Extending from the north and south boarders of Clearfield. The former right-of-way, most recently used by Union Pacific Railroad, was railbanked by the Utah Transit Authority in 2003. Part of the Golden Spoke network, which offers more than 100 miles of connected, paved trails stretching from Ogden to Provo.

Canal Trail

Traveling along the Weber Basin Canal this trail begins at 650 N and ends at University Park Boulevard on the border of Layton. A small section of the trail follows a neighborhood route, however, this is a great connector from Downtown Clearfield to the Conference Center District in Layton.

200 South Trail

Beginning at the Center Street Bridge and traveling westward along State Road 193 this is the only East-West connector trail in Northern Davis County. The Trail continues into West Point and passes Schneider’s Bluff Golf Course. This trail connects the Denver & Rio Grande Western Rail Trail to the Syracuse Trail. 

Adopt a Trail

Adopt a Trail today and help keep Clearfield clean!

Anybody can adopt a trail. School groups, businesses, families, and individuals are all eligible. Adopt a Trail is a volunteer program to assist the Clearfield City Parks Department in keeping the trails clean and maintained.

Learn more and apply today with the packet below.

Clearfield Community Garden

Reserve a gardening plot today and plant whatever your heart desires!
Below you will find the application with the information and guidelines to get started.

The garden is located at 896 South 1000 East, Clearfield, UT.

Rentable Clearfield pavilions

Pavilions are available to rent at the following parks:

Steed, Barlow, Central, Fox Hollow, Kiwanis, Island View,


Picnic pavilion rentals will be accepted beginning March 1, on a first-come, first-served basis, for reservations from May 1 through September 30.