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Adaptive Recreation

Inclusive and engaging adaptive programs for people of all ages and abilities. Network with others through sports, socials, activities, and programs.

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Wheeler Farm

Connect with nature, explore historical buildings, enjoy cultural events, and visit with animals at this historic working farm and beautiful park.

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ZAP Initiative

Salt Lake County Parks & Recreation is funded in part by Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks (ZAP).

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Frequently Asked Questions

Use the map to find the recreation center nearest you.

Each facility has daily, monthly, or yearly passes available for purchase. We also have corporate rates and discounted rates for families. Please visit a Salt Lake County facility to purchase a pass.

Please feel free to drop by any Parks and Recreation facility. A member of our staff will show you the amenities and help you familiarize yourself with the programs we offer.

You can register online for a good portion of our programs, however, you will need to check directly with each facility.

 

Yes. Part or whole facilities can be rented. Please contact the facility you are interested in reserving. We rent facilities for birthday parties, pool parties, ice rinks, meeting rooms, etc.

Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation has hosted a number of national tournaments and events. Give us a call (385) 468-1676. We would love to help you bring your tournament to Utah.

Yes.

We have Adaptive Recreation programs and equipment for people with disabilities.