Trail System

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Washington City offers many beautiful trails for all to enjoy.

Please review the trail rules before heading out:

  • Trails are available to all forms of active transportation such as: walkers, joggers, and bicycles, with a maximum traveling speed of 20 MPH in most areas unless otherwise posted.
  • Passing Protocol: All persons utilizing a multi-use trail, whether as a pedestrian or cyclist, shall walk/run/ride on the right side of the multi-use trail; providing however, that the individual may move left to pass a pedestrian or slower moving object or to avoid a dangerous/hazardous condition. Due care shall be taken and an audible signal given when passing a pedestrian or slower moving object.
  • Pet Owners: Individuals shall keep dogs or other pets on a short leash, not longer than four (4) feet in length, and maintain them on the right side of the multi-use path at all times. Pet owners shall be responsible to ensure cleanliness of City trails by picking up and properly disposing of pet waste.

Please Note:

Washington City Leadership and staff would like to provide an important update regarding the SOLENTE development. It has come to our attention that there has been some misinformation circulating regarding the trail access within the Solente development. Contrary to what has been stated on their website, the trails within their development are not temporarily closed.

Following constructive discussions, Solente now recognizes the necessity for trail access to be available 24/7/365 throughout all phases of development. As a result, we are pleased to present an updated map outlining three dirt roads accessible to visitors. The first road, marked in purple on the map, is situated just west of Main Street. Additionally, there are two more roads further to the west, all of which are accessible by vehicles. It's crucial to note that despite some existing signage indicating otherwise, visitors are indeed permitted to access all trails and dinosaur tracks within the project area. However, we urge everyone to stay on the designated existing roads highlighted on the attached map (

We want to emphasize that the City Council conditioned approval of this project upon the provision that public access to the trails would be maintained at all times. If anyone discovers that this condition is not being met, please do not hesitate to reach out to the city. We are committed to ensuring that public access is upheld.

Furthermore, we are pleased to confirm that the actual property owner, SITLA, is in full agreement that access to the trails must be available at all times.

Contact Us:

The Parks Office is located at: 650 N 300 E.
Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
For assistance and information, please email:, or call us at (435) 656-6382.

Paul Walker
Assistant Leisure Services Director/Parks & Cemetery

Glenn Evans
Parks Superintendent

Active Transportation Plan (September 2017)

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