Vivian Park is an unincorporated community in Utah County, Utah, United States. It is located in Provo Canyon northeast of Provo.
When Thomas S. Monson was a child he would spend summers from the 4th of July to Labor Day at Vivian Park. He still owns the family cabin there.
Vivian Park is located at 40°21′18″N 111°34′27″W / 40.35496°N 111.574083°W (40.35496, -111.574083). It lies 5,200 feet (1585 m) above sea level.
Vivian Park has a population that is 98% white. Residents of Vivian Park are officially known as "Vivianites".