Changes could be in store for Parley's Historic Nature Park

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Salt Lake City is considering some big changes to Parley's Historic Nature Park.

The park, which sits in an 88 acre ravine is used by hikers, bikers and people who want to let their dogs run off-leash. But the city says all the activity is wearing on the park.

According to the Salt Lake Tribune, a consultant will present Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker with a management plan for the park on Monday. It could include limiting access to trails and the areas where dogs can run off-leash.

There will be an open house with Mayor Becker about the plan on April 15 at the park.

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