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Basso Dino-Mine Adventure Park

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This community playground is a great place for kids to run and play. The playground has all that you would expect - swings, climbing walls, slides, forts and bridges along with some fun surprises - can you spot the dinos, volcano and more? Nearby is a basketball court, small playground, pavilions, tables, dirt bmx race track, and skate park.

1050 E 7th N

Bryner Pioneer Museum

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The Bryner house was built by Albert Bryner of Zurich, Switzerland in 1892. The home housed multiple Bryner generations throughout the years. Now, the house serves as a museum to pay tribute to the story behind the home’s history. Every item inside this beautiful museum has a story behind it and has been able to be preserved for our enjoyment! There is much more to the story of the Bryner family that can only be truly appreciated at the museum through a guided tour.

48 South 100 East
(435) 613-1847
(435) 630-1969

brynerpioneermuseum.com

Washington Park

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Washington Park features tennis, basketball, pickleball, horseshoes, an indoor pool and wave pool, and more.

Gallery East

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Exhibiting work from regional, national and international artists. Operates in conjunction with USU-Eastern Art Department.

451 East 400 North
(435) 613-5327

Skate park

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1050 E 7th N
(435) xxx-xxxx

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Pump & Jump Park

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123 Main St
(435) xxx-xxxx

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USU Eastern

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USU Eastern is a staple in Price and the Carbon Corridor. Visit campus to enjoy a stage play or concert, play on the 18-hole disc golf course, tour the art gallery, visit the Prehistoric Museum or attend an athletic event. As a comprehensive regional college of Utah State University, USU Eastern offers bachelor’s degrees, graduate degrees and short-term technical training. Visit usueastern.edu for a calendar and more information.

451 E 400 N
(435) 613-5000

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Pioneer Park

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Price City Parks provide a clean, attractive, accommodating and pleasant environment to residents and visitors alike. We will continue to provide a beautiful and comfortable place for the public to relax and enjoy. Through showing our patriotism by displaying our flags, to the ongoing downtown beautification projects, we will provide activities to bring the community together. The International Days celebration, the Utah State University Eastern, and the little league baseball programs bring us together. Positive responses have been made by the community on the clean, well maintained, and colorful aspects of our parks. Being completely American Disabilities Act (ADA) compatible is a goal we will achieve by providing upgraded restrooms and new playground equipment, as well as providing health oriented activities. We will provide a safe and pleasant experience to all who visit the Price City Parks and Gardens.

(435) 636-3180

Heritage Park

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Price City Parks provide a clean, attractive, accommodating and pleasant environment to residents and visitors alike. We will continue to provide a beautiful and comfortable place for the public to relax and enjoy. Through showing our patriotism by displaying our flags, to the ongoing downtown beautification projects, we will provide activities to bring the community together. The International Days celebration, the Utah State University Eastern, and the little league baseball programs bring us together. Positive responses have been made by the community on the clean, well maintained, and colorful aspects of our parks. Being completely American Disabilities Act (ADA) compatible is a goal we will achieve by providing upgraded restrooms and new playground equipment, as well as providing health oriented activities. We will provide a safe and pleasant experience to all who visit the Price City Parks and Gardens.

W Main St
(435) 636-3180

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Peace Gardens

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The Price City Peace Garden fosters positive relationships between the local community and its many different cultures. Dedicated to creating a peaceful atmosphere of camaraderie and connection. Featuring FREE Concerts every Thursday evening from mid-June to mid-August!

185 E Main Street
(435) 637-5010

pricecityutah.com

Community Garden

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320 E 100 N
(435) xxx-xxxx

River Walkway

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The Price River trail features more than a mile of paved pathway for walking, running or biking along the scenic Price River. Conveniently located in the heart of Price, this trail is great for a quick walk or ride when you don’t have a lot of time available. This trail is suitable for children and adults of all skill and fitness levels.

600 S Carbon Ave to 100 N

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Desert Wave Pool

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The goal of the Desert Wave Pool is to provide a safe and enjoyable aquatic environment for visitors, as well as the adults. They offer high quality instructional programs, Public Swimming, Lessons, Hydro Aerobics, Lap Swim, Diving, Pool Reservations, Life Guard Training, Water Safety Instruction, Snack Bar, Poolside Tables, Grass Area, & Float Tubes.

250 E 500 N
(435) 637-7946

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Geary Theatre

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The Geary Events Center hosts a variety of student and community events from USU Eastern student performances to community events and special guest performances.

451 East 400 North
(435) 613-5000

eastern.usu.edu

Star Theatre

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Originally opened as the Star Theatre in 1917. On November 28, 19371 it was renamed Carbon Theatre. It is located on E. Main Street, adjacent to the Price Theatre. The Carbon Theatre was closed on April 27, 1952. On September 4, 1952 it was reopened as the New Cinema Theatre. It was closed in 1960. Today it houses the Southeast Paint store.
The Carbon Theatre is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

20 East Main St

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