930 East Onyx Lane (9695 South), White City Township | Directions
Big Bear Park is a 14.6 acre park located in White City Township. Visitors to the park our greeted by a large bear statue near the playground area, and the newly renovated playground area hosts a variety of play structures from swings to zip lines that all ages can enjoy. Access to the White City Canal Trail is located on the south east end of the park.
Reed L. Tyler, an art teacher at Churchill Junior High, created the granite bear statue for the new park site in 1966. The bear weighs 4 ½ tons and stands six feet seven inches tall.
7500 South 2700 East, Cottonwood Heights | Directions
About the ParkButler Park is a 11.3 acre park in Cottonwood Heights, Utah located adjacent to Butler Middle School. The park is home to a sports field, basketball hoops, pickleball and tennis courts, as well as a pavilion and playgrounds. The park is managed and maintained in partnership with Cottonwood Heights Parks & Recreation.
3096 South Grace St. (3100 East), Millcreek Township | Directions
Canyon Rim Park is a 16 acre park located in Millcreek City. Amenities include a pavilion, playgrounds, baseball field, pickleball and tennis courts, a horseshoe pit and an amphitheater.
200 North 1300 West, Salt Lake City | Directions
About the ParkConstitution Park is a 10-acre park next to the Northwest Recreation Center and the Jordan River Parkway in Salt Lake City’s Fairpark neighborhood. The park features a pavilion, playground, sports field, tennis court and volleyball nets. In 2018 two futsal courts (mini soccer pitches) were completed and are now open to the public in the park.
8690 West Park Street, Copperton Township | Directions
Copperton Park is a 10-acre community park in the heart of Copperton Metro Township. This shaded park includes walkways and jogging paths as well as a basketball court, a concrete volleyball court, tennis courts and a roller hockey court. The most popular amenity is a playground area which features climbing structures and large tires modeled after the nearby Kennecott Copper Mine.
6641 South Cougar Lane (4800 West), West Jordan | Directions
Cougar Park is a 27-acre park located in West Jordan, Utah. The park features a pavilion with seating for 65, a playground, horseshoe courts and a sand volleyball court.
In addition to the park amenities, Cougar Park is home to an owl nature preserve. The protected area serves to preserve and restore habitat of native plants and animals, including burrowing owls, which you may spot nesting here from March to September. The preserve’s pedestrian trail is open October through February.
1673 East Siesta Drive (1700 East), Cottonwood Heights | Directions
Crestwood Regional Park is a 58-acre park located in Cottonwood Heights. Park amenities include tennis courts, horseshoes, and a playground with several picnic tables nearby. Additionally, the park features multiple walking and jogging paths that run alongside Little Cottonwood Creek, and is also home to the Crestwood Outdoor Pool.
5015 South 4300 West, Kearns Township | Directions
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15300 South Steep Mountain Drive, Draper | Directions
Flight Park is an 80 acre area in Draper. The park is designated for hang gliding and paragliding use, where gliders can fly off the winds from the north side of the Point of the Mountain.
5400 South 1150 West, Taylorsville | Directions
Millrace Park is a 20-acre park located in Taylorsville. The park features a trailhead to the Jordan River Parkway, two pavilions, tennis courts, backstops for informal field games, a fishing dock on the river, and a fenced off-leash dog park.
Salt Lake County maintains the park, while the City of Taylorsville manages the park and off-leash dog area and has rules for its use. For full information on dog park rules and hours visit Taylorsville's website or call (801) 963-5400.
4345 South 3090 East, Holladay | Directions
Olympus Hills Park is a 31 acre park located in Holladay. The park features eight tennis courts, two baseball diamonds, a playground, and a natural area with walking paths.
4950 West Ed Mayne Lane, Kearns | Directions
Oquirrh Park is a 53 acre park in Kearns. The park includes a playground, baseball diamonds, a large sports field, walking paths, and Kearns Skate Park.
5840 South 700 West, Murray
5051 South 4015 West, Taylorsville
2695 East Heritage Way (2760 South), Salt Lake City | Directions
Tanner Regional Park is a 10 acre park near Parley's Canyon. Amenities include a playground, tennis courts, pavilion, and amphitheater. The park is also adjacent to Parley's Trail and the Parley's Historic Nature Park, popular for its dog park and BMX tracks.
5150 South 1950 West, Taylorsville
5982 West New Bingham Hwy, West Jordan
1060 East Hyland Lake Dr, Murray
4290 West 4865 South, Kearns | Directions
Bruce Field Park is a 3.6 acre neighborhood park in Kearns. A former baseball field, the area now offers open space for a variety of outdoor sports. The playground includes accessible surfacing, slides, a climbing dome, and a bulldozer slide structure for younger children.
Dating back to World War II, Bruce Field was as a popular baseball area for soldiers at Camp Kearns to play ball. After the field lost popularity over time, community members and the Pony Baseball League sought to revive the area as a neighborhood park through a new partnership with Salt Lake County. The redeveloped park was completed in 2015.
7725 South Wasatch Blvd
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872 E Scott Ave, Millcreek Township
6425 South 4015 West, Taylorsville
6009 South Stone Flower Way, Kearns Township
4013 South 700 West, Millcreek Township
4700 South 4100 West to 4800 West, Kearns Township
8446 South Harrison St, Midvale | Directions
Copperview Recreation Center Park is a 12.5 acre park located in Midvale. The park is run in conjunction with the Copperview Recreation Center and is home to a playground, sports field and softball field. Additionally, the park features a skate park with multiple bowls and rails that can be enjoyed by skaters of all skill levels.
12.42 Acres | Class Two Regional Park
3060 South Lester St
33.81 Acres | Class Two Regional Park