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Wardle Fields Regional Park

2700 West 14010 South, Bluffdale

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Wardle Fields Regional Park

Located in Bluffdale, Wardle Fields Regional Park, an 80-acre park is one of three regional parks funded by the $47 million Park Bond, authorized by voters in 2012. Salt Lake County purchased the 80-acre space from the LDS church in 2008, with funds from the 2006 Open Space Bond. Now, with funds from the 2012 Park Bond, Phase 1 (41 acres) of the park has been constructed.

PARK AMENITIES

  • Destination Playground
  • Two Racing Ziplines
  • 300-Foot-Long Bouldering Wall
  • 20-Foot Climbing Net Pyramid
  • Mountain Stream Water Play with Geysers & Waterfall
  • Adventure & Tot Splash Pads
  • Swinging & Spinning Play Equipment
  • 25-Foot-Tall Fire Watchtower with Slide
  • Unique to the development will be daily use of the splash pad water to water the park

Lodestone Regional Park - Phase II

6252 West 6200 South

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Lodestone Regional Park

Located in Kearns Township and West Valley City, Lodestone Regional Park is one of three regional parks funded by the $47 million Park Bond, authorized by voters in 2012.  Master-planned in 2010, the property is bordered by single-family housing, 6200 South, and the Mountain View Corridor.

PHASE II AMENITIES

  • Destination Playground
  • Basketball Court sponsored by the Utah Jazz
  • Multi-Purpose Athletic Field
  • Large Pavilion
  • Giant Mining Tire
  • Tennis Courts
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Perimeter Path
  • Open Lawn Area
  • Restroom

Wheadon Farm Regional Park - Phase I

13965 S. Bangerter Parkway, Draper

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Wheadon Farm Regional Park

Located in Draper, Wheadon Farm Regional Park is one of three regional parks funded by the $47 million Park Bond, authorized by voters in 2012. The Gene and Deane Wheadon farm was a working farm from the early 1900s to 1997, when a conservation easement was placed on the property by the Wheadon family. The 64-acre farm was purchased by Salt Lake County with the 2006 Open Space Bond and master-planned in 2008. Phase I was constructed with funds from the 2012 Park Bond.

PARK AMENITIES

  • Large Farm-Themed Custom Playground
  • Play Barn
  • Stump-Pulling Tractor
  • Climbing Haystack
  • Hay Derrick Tire
  • Crop Circle Swings
  • Farm-Themed Rentable Pavilion
  • Restrooms
  • Parking Lot
  • Loop Trail System with Pedestrian Bridge over Canal
  • Hundreds of Park Tree
  • Un-Programmed Lawn Areas
  • Multipurpose Sports Field
  • Interpretive signage and activities will include the history of Wheadon Farm, educating visitors about past farming practices and the modern on-site urban farming program