TripAdvisor awards Gilgal Garden as one of the “9 of the Most Unique Travel Experiences in the USA.”
A hidden garden of stones engraved with scriptures, a Joseph Smith Sphynx, and all carved by one man.
Best of Utah Award
Best volunteer groundskeepers
Friends of Gilgal Garden
Recognized as the must-see destination for Salt Lake City’s quirky Mormon-esque sculptures, Gilgal Garden is much more than the rock edifices that distinguish it from other public spaces in the city. The 3-acre park also has a carefully curated garden, the upkeep for which falls on the shoulders of a group of volunteer gardening experts. In the warm months, these do-gooders can be found at Gilgal Garden every Tuesday morning, pulling weeds, pruning trees, spreading mulch or resting in the shade. A few of the gardeners also serve on the Friends of Gilgal Garden board, which guides other park decisions. (DWH)