Legacy Parkway Trail is a 12.8 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Farmington, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, birding, and road biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

12.8 miles
108 feet
Point to Point

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

stroller friendly



road biking



rails trails


wild flowers



trail running
3 months ago

walked/jogged this trail but it’ll be better off in a bike than walking

5 months ago

I like to access this from 2200 West which is just east of the airport by road bike. I hate when the bugs are thick, when wearing sunscreen the bugs stick to your arms. Only a few restrooms.

road biking
6 months ago

This was my first time doing a “real” bike ride. Thanks Kelly for your review, I had the same issue not knowing where to park by the red farm so I parked by Nordstrom Rack by the train station. The trail has an opening on the north side of the walking bridge.
The path is nice and smooth except for slight inclines and a few wood bridges. There are benches to stop at if you need. I turned around about 4 miles down and there is a port-a-potty there if needed. I saw horses on the west side and enjoyed the Mountain View on the east. This is a trail I’ll be visiting often!

trail running
6 months ago

Great running trail for strollers and those with children.

road biking
Monday, August 14, 2017

Great trail. We started on the north end at Farmington Station where you can park for free and its in a mall area, so plenty of people around for 'safe' parking. The directions here take you to the far north end of the trail which is at a farm and we were unsure if we should park there, but the train station is less than 2 miles south of the 'start' of the trail, so it was great. We road about 12 miles round trip (6 south, 6 north). We turned around due to some inclement weather (heavy winds and clouds and thunder/lightening later that day). Trail is well kept and very nice, but it is exposed so bring a hat/sunscreen. Great place to bike, walk, and stroll with the dogs. We went on a Sunday mid-morning, so it traffic was lite. Just got my first Road Bike so I am looking forward to utilizing this trail more.

Thursday, June 29, 2017

Fun and super easy walk. More fun on a bike. Not much to see but it is a nice walk.

Monday, April 25, 2016

This trail connects to the Denver and Rio Grande Western Rail Trail and the Jordan River Parkway Trail. It is great for walking, biking, and running. There are tons of bugs in the spring and summer early in the morning and in the evening, but that's the way everything is by the GSL. I gave it three stars because the last few times I've walked or biked on the trail there's been a ton of garbage on the sides of the trail. It is my favorite of the rail trails in the area, though.

road biking
3 months ago

mountain biking
8 months ago