Memory Grove Trail

EASY 8 reviews
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Memory Grove Trail is a 1.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Salt Lake City, Utah that features a river 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.

1.9 miles 180 feet Out & Back

dog friendly

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly


nature trips

road biking

trail running




7 days ago

Very easy hike, you do have an option where you want to be adventurous or just an easy walk. There is paved roads that you can take or the dirt road. Do know that the dirty road is being eaten away at some parts, so if you have hiking shoes with better grip...that will definitely help. If you have a puppy and want to take it for you to hike...this is a great place to hike with your pet. There are so many dogs everywhere.

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Getting There:
Take the 600 N. exit in Salt Lake City and turn east. Then turn right onto 300 W. Turn left onto N. Temple. Follow that street until you reach B Street and then turn left. Follow B street, which will take you up by the Capitol and around a little canyon. After a little loop in the road you'll see a large Trail head sign for City Creek Canyon. The trail starts just south across the street from this sign. You can also start at the opposite end of the trail by walking the paved path from Memory Grove and heading north.

The entire trail is paved which makes it accessible for strollers and wheel chairs. There were a lot of people with dogs and a lot of bikers. On the way down we stayed on the west side of the creek, which was partially shaded. Part of the way down there are little pools in the river that people have made with little rock walls. It's really cool to see. On our way back we tried to take the east side of the river, but should only have taken it from Memory Grove to about halfway. We tried to go the whole way, and due to a lot of wash outs, and multiple trails made for a harrowing journey with a 5 and 8 year old. It was a fun trail and was really nice since it was a much shorter drive than most hikes in other canyons. If you stay on the paved trail it was very easy and enjoyable.