The Ogden River Parkway leads past the Dinosaur Park, playgrounds, the Ogden Botanical Gardens, a water park, then the skate park. One of the buildings on the route is covered in murals which express a wide variety of themes. The kids loved hooting through the tunnels, and what roads we crossed were free of traffic. Along the way, we circled the 21st street pond littered with fishermen along its banks. Once we had progressed north of 21st street into West Haven, we viewed where the Ogden and Weber rivers collide. This section near Fort Buenaventura, offers several tunnels below railroad tracks and allowed us to admire steel bridges and old abandoned factories along the river banks. Most of the path is shady and cool. If it were a hot day, we would have refreshed ourselves in the river. There are countless opportunities along this path to safely approach the shallow waters of the Weber River. We took a short break at the Kingfisher Wetlands. Just off the main path, we climbed up the platform and peeked through the holes in attempt to spot the birds in their natural habitat. No luck since it was the middle of a warm sunny day.