Best Pools and Water Attractions in Utah

Before the summer ends, be sure to enjoy a few of the many water attractions Utah has to offer.  Grab your kids, the swimsuits, some towels, and the sunscreen and head to one of these best pools and water attractions in Utah to beat the summer heat:

 

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North Shore Aquatic Center

2480 North 200 East, North Ogden

Admission: $6 per person

Features: Waterslide, diving boards, lazy river, beach entry pool, water playground, special Flick ‘n Float movie screen events

 

Layton City Surf ‘n Swim

465 North Wasatch Drive, Layton

Admission: $4.50 per person

Features: A wave pool that utilizes four different types of waves

 

Fairmont Aquatic Center (Indoor Pool)

1044 East Sugarmont Drive, Salt Lake City (Sugarhouse)

Admission: $2 for kids, $3.50 for adults

Features: Indoor beach entry pool, lazy river, two-story waterslide, and interactive water structures

 

Cottonwood Heights Aquatic Center

7500 South 2700 East, Cottonwood Heights

Admission: $4.50 for kids, $5.50 for adults

Features: Water slides, diving platforms, lap pools, interactive water structures, and separate indoor pools

 

Murray City Pool

5109 South Murray Park Road, Murray

Admission: $3 for kids, $3.50 for adults

Features: 4-story waterslide, diving boards, beach entry pool, and water toys

 

Best Water Attractions in Utah - Image #3-2Lehi Legacy Center (Indoor)

123 North Center Street, Lehi

Admission: $3 for kids, $4 for youth, $5 for adults

Features: Indoor pool, toddler splash pool, lazy river, hot tub, waterslide, vortex, fountains, and water play structures

Lindon Aquatic Center

100 North State Street, Lindon (behind Lindon City Center)

Admission: $4.50 for kids, $5.50 for adults

Features: Beach level pool entry, lazy river, waterslide, water structures (including pirate ships) and a FlowRider

 

Orem SCERA Pool

701 South State Street, Orem

Admission: $5 for kids, $6 for adults

Features: Two water slides, lazy river, lap pool, observation bubble couch, splash pad, fountains, and a water playground (including tumble buckets and a raindrop waterfall)

 

Provo Recreation Center Outdoor Pool (Veteran’s Pool)

320 West 500 North, Provo

Admission: $4 for kids, $5 for adults

Features: Two large water slides, large pool, and heated water fun area for kids  

 

Payson Pool

655 South Main Street, Payson

Admission: $4 per person

Features: Water slides, pool, and a water playground with smaller slides for kids

 

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Seven Peaks Provo

1330 East 300 North, Provo

Admission: $24.99 per person for basic admission

Features: 16 water slides, large wave pool, half pipe tube ride, long lazy river, and separate play areas for smaller kids

 

Seven Peaks Salt Lake

1200 West 1700 South, Salt Lake City

Admission: $24.99 per person for basic admission

Features: 16 water slides, large wave pool, half pipe tube ride, long lazy river, and separate play areas for smaller kids

 

Cowabunga Bay

12047 South State Street, Draper

Admission: $18.95 for kids under 48”, $23.95 for anyone over 48”

Features: Large scale water playground with several water slides

 

Cherry Hill Kaysville

1325 South Main Street, Kaysville

Admission: $26 per person

Features: Pirates Cove activity pool, river run attraction, lazy river, dual water slides, and general swimming pool.  Miniature golf, jungle maze, aeroball, hamster haven, battlestar blasters, and junior jungle boats are all included with daily admission.

 

Lagoon-A-Beach

375 North Lagoon Drive, Farmington (just off I-15)

Admission: $35.95 for children under 48”, $47.95 for anyone over 48”

Features: Lagoon-A-Beach features six acres of waterfalls, fountains, slides, hydro tubes, a river tube ride, lazy river, and a castaway island play area for kids.  Admission includes access to the regular theme park rides and scheduled entertainment inside the park.  

 

Best Utah Waterslides

Classic Fun Center Sandy

9151 South 255 West, Sandy

Admission: $7 per person

Features: Outdoor pool, kiddie pool, waterslides, and outdoor inflatable slides

 

Classic Waterslides Riverdale

4465 South 600 West, Riverdale

Admission: $8 per person

Features: Three long water slides, kiddie splash playground, super-sized fat slide, and giant inflatable slip-n-slide

 

Guest Author: Whitney Hollingshead

12 thoughts on “Best Pools and Water Attractions in Utah

  1. Wow, there’s A LOT going on in Utah!! And what a great list you’ve compiled. That would really be helpful to someone trying to plan summer with the kids.

  2. WOW! Now that is a resource! I know tons of people in Utah and they all have children! This must have been a lot of work to put together! Here in Florida, in my area, we have two pools and one of them you have to be a member in order to go! You have to have a military ID (which I have) to use the other one! Swimming is such a fantastic exercise and a great way for children to get out some good energy! We bought a pool and we swim every single day!
    Thanks for such a great resource!

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