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Adaptive Recreation Learn more about Adaptive Recreation!


New 2015 Rates 


Free Access

Patrons ages 2 & under / 80 & over enjoy free access to all Salt Lake County recreation centers.




All-County Pass

With an All-County Pass, get access to all Salt Lake County recreation centers, including outdoor pools and public skating.




Group Classes Included

Group fitness classes are now included with your center-specfic passes.





Read more about our new rates, and see rates by centers

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Find Us Near You

Salt Lake County operates facilities across the entire Salt Lake Valley from Draper to Rose Park. There is one in your neighborhood. View a map of facilities or select the type of facility below.

Parks and Recreation Administration
2001 South State Street, Suite S4800
Salt Lake City, UT 84190
(385) 468-1800


ADA Accommodations 



Download the SLCO Parks and Recreation APP!

AppSalt Lake County Parks and Recreation has new FREE app for Android and Apple devices. The app has information about all Salt Lake County parks, recreation centers, swimming pools, golf courses and special attractions. Search for "Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation" in the App Store or Android Market to find the app. Download it today and tell a friend!




Park & Trails Bond


In November of 2012, Salt Lake County voters approved the Park and Trails Bond, which authorizes the county to issue $47 million in bonds to complete the Jordan River Parkway Trail, Parley’s Trail, acquire land for future park development in Magna, and build three new regional parks in Bluffdale, Draper and West Valley City/Kearns. To learn more about the bond visit

Regional Park & Trails Bond Details (5 MB PDF)

Jordan River Parkway Trail Map

Jordan River Parkway Trail

A NEW complete map of the Jordan River Parkway Trail system has been designed and printed with the assistance of the National Park Service Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance (RTCA) Program and the Jordan River Commission.

The new map highlights trailheads, public transit areas, urban parks, and conservation areas. Hard copies are available at the following locations or simply download an electronic version.