Weber River Parkway Trail is a 21.4 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Ogden, Utah that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
The Weber River Trail (Riverdale) is the Riverdale section of the Weber River Parkway. Its southern boundary is the Adams Avenue Trailhead, and it travels north to the Parker Drive Trailhead. It is paved until 1.3 miles south of the Frisbee Park - south of that is a 10 foot wide gravel road. Trail is excellent for biking and walking. With numerous points of river access, it is also a popular place for bird watchers and nature lovers. This section contains many sections of rapids, and the waters can be unsafe for some visitors. The northern part is slow moving and is bordered by wetlands, while the area between South Weber and Riverdale is often used for tubing and other water activities.
From the trail head in Uintah by I-84 the trail is gravel / dirt for 2 miles then going over a very cool wooden bridge the trail is asphalt , the trail continues along the Weber River into Riverdale along the river all the way to 21st street
it was so beautiful. Kids and dog loved it.
Have been on this trail many times. The south end is quite fun to ride - there is a variety of dirt, sand, and gravel trails and hills. The single track going to Adams Ave is also pretty fun. For the main part of hte trail, it's all asphalt and is very well traveled. Watch out for frisbees.