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Bingham Creek Regional Park

Opened in June 2023, Bingham Creek Regional Park is a large multi-use park located at 10200 South 4800 West in South Jordan. Phase I of the park includes 50 acres of amenities, including multi-purpose fields, a playground, walking paths, pavilions, bike trails, a disc golf course (coming in 2024), restrooms, parking, and a maintenance facility. Once all construction phases are complete, the park will offer 160 acres for public use/recreation.

Bingham Creek Regional Park is partnership with Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation and the City of South Jordan. The park is maintained by Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation. 

Learn more about park operations and the Park Authority:

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Park Amenities

  • Multi-purpose Fields
  • Playground
  • Walking Paths
  • Bike Trails
  • Pavilions
  • Disc Golf Course
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Parking

Field reservations and disc golf activities, including tournaments, will begin mid-2024.

Pavilions are available to rent beginning July 1, 2023. 

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Project Funding

Funding for Phase I is made possible by the 2016 ZAP 3 Parks & Recreation Bond and a partnership with the City of South Jordan.

Phase 1 Construction/Funding Details:

  • 18-hole disc golf course
  • Bike skills course
  • Playground
  • Pavilion
  • Restroom
  • Maintenance BuildingBingham Creek Trail extension: 2,801 Lin Ft (0.53 miles)
  • Bike Trails: 10,454 LF (1.98 miles)
  • Walking Trails: 16,511 LF (3.12 miles)
  • Turf Areas: 18 Acres
  • Sport Fields 20 Acres (6 full-size competition soccer fields, or equivalent)
  • Tree Plantings: 535 Deciduous, 229 Evergreen
  • Total Phase I Acreage: 50 acres
  • Total park acres: 160 acres
  • Parking Stalls: 401 (total)
    • Lower lot: 105 stalls
    • East lot: 159 stalls
    • South lot: 137 stalls

Project Timeline

January 2016 - July 2019

Design and planning process

April 2019

Public open house

April 2019 - Spring 2020

Environmental mitigation

May 2020

Phase I construction begins

June 22, 2023

Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening of Phase I (50 acres)


Additional phases will be completed when funding is available.