Salem City Park Names and Addresses

Salem Park

70 E. Salem Park Circle, Salem

On the northwest boundary of Salem, you will find a 38-acre pond and wetland that encircle a 5-acre family use park. The park includes restrooms, a pavilion, a spacious playground and two miles of walking trails. The park also has two large open grass areas for family play and incredible wildlife observation.


Salem Pond

200 W. 300 South, Salem

Visitors can fish and boat on this 17.32-acre pond located in the middle of Salem. There’s ducks and other birds to watch as well as a walking path. Other amenities include parking, restrooms, picnic tables and two fishing piers. There are many handicapped-accessible fishing locations. Non-motorized craft are welcome on the pond from May through October. Motorized vehicles need a permit to be on the pond; contact Salem City for more information.


Loafer View Recreation Complex

600 E. Canal Road, Salem

This 16-acre facility has five ball fields and a football field. The complex also offers batting cages, a playground, a large pavilion and a 9-hole Frisbee golf course. The complex is located next to Foothills Elementary School.


Veterans Memorial Sports Park

60 N. 100 East, Salem

Located near Salem’s downtown area, this park has three ball fields, parking and a building housing restrooms and a snack shack. There is also a small playground, two batting cages and a pavilion.


Dream View Park

185 E. Melonie Lane, Salem

This neighborhood park includes a very interactive playground with multiple play accessories. Updated about five years ago, the playground offers much more for children than just swings and a slide. There is also a pavilion at the park and mature shade trees.


Knoll Park

150 W. 300 South, Salem

Knoll Park offers a beautiful place to relax under the trees on the banks of Salem Pond. There’s a sandy beach where you can launch your canoe, and a pavilion is available for rent for larger gatherings. Other amenities include a playground, grassy areas and a picturesque bridge that crosses the pond.


Salem Soccer Park

1100 S. 300 East, Salem

This park has wide open grassy areas big enough for two soccer fields. There’s also an area for parking.

Cole Park

300 W. 600 South, Salem

This is Salem's Family Destination Park. Known for one of the best playgrounds in Utah County. Other Amenities include restrooms, pickleball courts, horseshoe pits, a walking path, and coming Memorial Day weekend the splash pad.