Antelope Island State Park

When visiting the greater Salt Lake City area, a great place to get some exercise and explore is Antelope Island. With an extensive 20+ mile trail network of varied difficulty, this makes for a great place to log some trail miles on foot or on a mountain bike. If you decide to visit Antelope Island, you will be awestruck by its beauty and the vastness of the Great Salt Lake. Be sure to check the website for gate hours as it varies by time of year.

Ella Sharp Park

Ella Sharp Park is one of the best places to get a workout in around Jackson. Whether you’re interested in cycling, hiking the nature trails, running, walking, playing a round of golf or miniature golf, utilizing the driving range, or playing a game of basketball, the park offers absolutely everything you need.

Dahlem Center

The Dahlem Center is comprised of nearly 300 acres and contains 5 miles of trails that provide a glimpse view of the diverse habitats that once resided in Michigan. In order to preserve the natural habitats found at the Center, only walkers and hikers are allowed; they do not allow bicycles, pets, running, or any type of motorized vehicles on the trails.

Temescal Canyon

Nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains are miles of hiking trails with beautiful views of downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean. Whether you’re in the mood for an easy hike or an intense trail run, the Temescal Canyon cannot be beat.

Towsley Canyon

Towsley Canyon is a great hiking spot for both novice and experienced hikers. With panoramic views overlooking the Santa Clarita Valley, it is a great place to enjoy the beautiful Southern California weather. The park offers both a 2 mile and a 5 mile loop.

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