This delightful city park has trails for walking and jogging, tennis courts, a small lake with ducks and paddle-boat rentals, picnic facilities, a playground, a children's garden, a children's amusement park, a museum, and an excellent aviary. Covering 100 acres, this is a favorite gathering spot for locals, as well as one of the best dog-walking areas in the city (dogs must be leashed and owners must clean up after them). In the park, the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Arts (tel. 801/533-5760), in the historic Brigham Young/Chase home, contains exhibits of pioneer art, American Indian art, and folk art. Allow a half-hour. Tracy Aviary (tel. 801/596-8500; www.tracyaviary.org), in the southwest section of the park, has more than 400 birds, including a number of endangered species. There are special exhibits of cuckoos and pelicans (you can feed the latter with a keeper for $3), and free-flying bird shows are presented during the summer (call for schedule). Allow at least 1 hour.