Highland Park provides a beautiful setting in which people can meet. With 2 large shaded pavilions and multiple smaller pavilions available, the park can accommodate hundreds of people at one time. Electrical power is available to both large pavilions. The large pavilion provides a multiple-use stage opportunity and has a grass amphitheater on the north side of the pavilion. Five smaller shade structures, each with two picnic tables are strategically placed throughout the park. Off-street parking spaces accommodate more than 90 cars.
Community events, concerts, family reunions, and simple neighborhood play groups can meet at the park with adequate shade and resting areas. This park has served as a great location for the March of Dimes walk- a- thon and City Celebrations. Highland Park has some very unique design features. Two separate playgrounds allow children from 5 to 12 years old play in a separate area from the 3 to 5 year olds. The park also includes a "muscle-man climbing facility" adjacent to some large Castle Rock wall climbing equipment. The north grass field can be used as a youth soccer field, a T-ball baseball field or a place to play a game of Frisbee. The park offers a centrally located starting/stopping point for the Highland Park trail system. This park is unique as it ties directly into a 2.17-mile loop trail on top of a mesa in which this park sits upon. As future trails are completed the loop system will include the option for an additional 5- and 10- mile walking loop. Interconnecting concrete trails meander throughout the interior of the park enabling excellent wheelchair access to the facilities. It is also known for its beautiful scenery. On top one can overlook gorgeous views of the Coral Canyon Golf Course, Zion National Park, Sand Hollow State Park and Pine Valley Mountain. Coral Canyon set aside some of the most pristine real-estate to ensure that everyone can share these incredible views.