The International Peace Gardens in Salt Lake City is a park with beautiful flowers and representations from several countries.
The International Peace Gardens Park was founded in 1939, but wasn’t officially opened until 1952. It is a symbol of peace and cooperation.
Each of the countries represented was created by Utah-based groups of each nation. It would be nice if even more countries were represented, but there are several in this lovely garden.
This is a nice place to walk and appreciate the beauty of the trees and flowers, but also the beauty that comes from all over the world.
Stats: Distance – 0-0.5 miles round trip (variable depending on route)
Approximate hiking time – 15-60 minutes
Elevation gain – 0-3 feet
Difficulty – Easy
Trail – paved
Bathrooms – Yes
Seasons to hike – Year Round
Permits needed – None
Pets allowed – Yes
Other hikes nearby are Ensign Peak, Memory Grove, Living Room Lookout, Miller Park and Bonneville Glen Loop, Utah State Capitol, Mueller Park, and Meridian Peak.