This tiny park is surrounded by urban sprawl. The suburban South Salt Lake neighborhoods have lots of old deciduous trees planted decades ago and now towering over the streets. The park is bordered on the south by Mill Creek and it looks like they've created a canal that loops through the park back to the river. Walking paths follow the edge and cut through the park, with a couple small playgrounds and family friendly area along the south side. Picnic tables, benches and open spaces dominate the landscape, while the riparian habitat along the creek provides some good habitat.
A pair of checklists show just 9 species typical of an urban environment. This location sits just a couple blocks from the more productive Nibley GC so comparatively the birding here is going to be less productive. BREWER'S BLACKBIRD and DARK-EYED JUNCO make up the most notable sightings from here. During migration this might be a decent spot to check in the city. I assume YELLOW WARBLER breed here, and who knows what might pop up along the creek.
From the intersection of 3300 South and 700 East in South Salt Lake, head west on 3300 South for .3 miles. Turn right onto 500 East and go north .3 miles till you reach the park on your left.