Paul Ream is a small natural area in the city of Provo, Utah. This park intersects with the Provo River Parkway.
There is a bridge that crosses the Provo River over to a grassy area.
There is a little duck pond.
There is a nice playground.
On the other side of the playground is the natural wooded area.
There is a little path that meanders through the wooded area with a tiny stream. There are also lots of picnic tables nestled in the trees.
There are also a few larger pavilions for groups.
Stats: Distance – 0-0.5 miles roundtrip
Approximate hiking time – 0-30 minutes
Elevation gain – 5 feet
Difficulty – Easy
Trail – well maintained trail of dirt and paved
Bathrooms – Yes
Seasons to hike – Year round
Permits needed – None
Pets allowed – Yes