21st Street Pond Trail is a 1.2 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Ogden, Utah that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This paved trail around the 21st Street Pond has something for everyone. There are plenty of places for fishing, and you can often see ducks, turtles, and all sorts of birds. It also borders the Ogden River for some extra scenic variety. It is also a popular ice fishing spot during the winter. The natural looking 21st Street Pond was actually created when water from the river filled a borrow pit used for local freeway construction. The trail that circles the pond now connects with the Ogden River Parkway to the east and the West Haven Trail to the west.
Very easy trail around a pond in Ogden. Hardly any elevation at all. Saw two homeless people, but they didn't pay any attention to me. Great for dogs… Especially if your dogs like ducks!
easy, flat family friendly
Very easy , I biked it but it was fun ..
Not hard at all, but great for a family bike ride or a quick run.
The kids love to fish and ride bikes and walk/run here
This is a fun little pond to get a good walk in or ride your bike. There are a couple different trail splits you can take in this area. It is worth the time to try them all.
Have visited this trail many times and walked, fished, rode, hiked over the years. This is a fun place right in the middle of Ogden that you can bring the family for a fishing trip or picnic. The trail can get a little busy over the weekends and fishing pressure can be high at times.
This pond has some fantastic views in all directions. I came here with my daughter today to have her shake out her winter legs and ride her bike. On the way, we saw plenty of flowers, dozens of ducks, five turtles, and one duck tucked away into her nest. She told her brother and sister about it, so we ended up coming back and seeing it all again with the other kids. Stick to official trails or the short offshoots to the river - there is a lot of campsites for the homeless in the woods, which should be respected and left alone.