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Salt Lake County Parks

3383 South 300 East, South Salt Lake, UT 84115 • 385-468-7275

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Salt Lake County Parks Web Site

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Parks Around the County and Surrounding Areas

Salt Lake County maintains over 70 parks throughout the valley. Find the County park locations by viewing a map or by its address. Note that other cities and government entities maintain their own parks system. Visit other cities' contact information.

Reservable County Facilities

24 of these are parks with reservable pavilions. You may also reserve group sites up Mill Creek Canyon during the summer months and a mountain yurt during the winter months. Reservations of park pavilions and equipment rentals may be made by calling the Park Operations Office at: 385-468-7275, or 385-GOT-PARK.

Learn more about our Regional Parks under construction:

 

Navigating the Web Site

Use the links in the left-hand navigation margin to view:

  •  a list or map of all County park locations,
  •  a list of certain types of parks,
  •  how to reserve a park pavilion, or
  •  a list of parks with a specific amenity such as Parks with:  Playgrounds.
Types of Parks

Salt Lake County adopted a Master Plan in 2015 which defines the following types of County parks:

  • Regional Park, Class One – largest and most diverse multipurpose park type, ideally over 60 acres in size; serves several jurisdiction and has county-wide attraction; generally contains programmed or reserve-able amenities such as pavilions or athletic fields; variable amenities such as open-space, trails, playgrounds, sports courts; may be adjacent to a recreation center, swimming pool, disc golf course or skate park.
  • Regional Park, Class Two – smaller than a Class One Park, variable in size, serves more than one jurisdiction; contains programmed or reserve-able amenities such as pavilions or athletic fields; may be adjacent to a recreation center or swimming pool.
  • Regional Open Space Park – variable in size; largely undeveloped land valued for its aesthetic, ecological and passive recreational attributes; important for wildlife habitat, or watershed; includes trails and trailheads; contains few or no amenities or developed land.
  • Regional Trail – passes through or is adjacent to multiple jurisdictions; connected to other local and regional trails; county-wide attraction and use.
  • Neighborhood Park – small, no more than 15 acres in size; has no programmed or reserve-able amenities.
Accessibility

All County park facilities are wheelchair accessible. Due to the steep terrain at Big Cottonwood Regional Park and at the west end of Canyon Rim Park, a wheelchair user may need assistance.

Contact Us

Comments and questions about parks or this website are welcome and may be sent to the Parks and Recreation email address.