COVID-19 Notice: Providence City is still accepting registrations for park reservations. However, with the many changes resulting from guidelines to slow the spread of the coronavirus, it may be necessary to reschedule or cancel. If it becomes necessary to cancel a reservation because of the impacts from slow the spread, we will issue refunds.
Providence City has some of the most beautiful parks in Cache Valley. Some of them can be reserved and some can be used without a reservation.
Providence City does not allow dogs in the parks, not on a leash or otherwise. (Exception: Von Baer Park Trail and Brookside Park Walking/Jogging path)
While using the Von Baer Park fire pit or the barbecue grills in our other parks, please do not leave them unattended while in use; and please make sure the fire and/or coals are out before you leave. Thank you for helping us keep our City a great place to enjoy the outdoors!
List of Parks:
|Park Name||Address||Reservation Required|
|Alma Leonhardt Park
|310 West 250 North
Splash Pad Hours 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
|Braegger Park||300 South 300 East||No|
Dogs on Leashes allowed
|38 East Spring Creek Pkwy.||No|
|Cattle Corral Park||150 East 200 South||No|
|Hampshire Park||575 South 285 West||No|
|Meadowridge Park||251 South 325 West||No|
|Uptown Park||100 East 100 North||No|
|Von Baer Park||350 East Center||Yes|
|Zollinger Park||51 North 200 West||Yes|
Click here for a list of park features.
Providence City recognizes and thanks Cache County for their participation in our park facilities through Restaurant and RAPZ awards.
The following projects have been improved using these awards:
2017, 2018, & 2019 Uptown Park softball diamond rebuild
2014 & 2015 Alma H Leonhardt Park pickleball courts
2010 & 2011 Zollinger Park & Braegger Park tennis courts rebuild
2007 Providence Canyon Trail
2006 Von Baer Park trail improvements
2004 & 2005 Zollinger Park west restrooms and Alma H Leonhardt Park restrooms
2002 Von Baer Park improvements