Splash Pads Utah

Splash Pads Utah Fun!

Splash Pads Utah fun

Splash pads are a growing hit in Utah. Almost all splash pads in Utah are free, which parents like and they include water, which kids like! Several years ago there were only one or two in the entire state, but now there are a plethora of splash pads in Utah.

Davis County Splash Pads – Utah

Ellison Park in Layton

Heritage Park in Kaysville


Cache County (Logan area) Splash Pads Utah

Meadow View Park at 2720 North 300 East North Logan

Alma Leonhardt Park at 310 West 250 North Providence


Iron County (Cedar City area) Splash Pad – Utah

Festival Hall 105 North 100 East, Cedar City.


Morgan County Splash Pads – Utah

Riverside Park in Morgan



Riverton Splash pad

Western Springs Splash Pad

Salt Lake County Splash Pads – Utah

Daybreak/Soda Row or also called Founders Park in South Jordan

Foxboro Regional Park or Legacy Regional Park at 1140 West 1100 North in North Salt Lake

Gateway Mall in downtown SLC

Magna Splash Pad (Requires admission fee)

Mountain View Park in Cottonwood Heights

Old Farm Splash Park at 13680 S. 3250 West Riverton

Rosecrest Splash Pad in Herriman

Seven Canyons Fountain at Liberty Park

Sierra Newbold Memorial Park and Splash Pad in West Jordan

Western Springs Splash Pad in Riverton

Umbria Splash Pad in Herriman

Willow Pond Park in Murray

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Sierra Newbold Park









Uinta County (Vernal area) Splash Pads – Utah

Naples Family Splash Park in Vernal



Utah County Splash Pads – Utah

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Creekside Park Splash Pad in Alpine Utah














Creekside Park Splash Pad in Alpine UT

Highland Splash Pad

North Park in Spanish Fork

Nolan Park in Eagle Mountain

Pioneer Park in Provo

Riverwoods Mall in Provo

Springville Utah Splash Pad in Springville

Thanksgiving Point Children’s Garden in Lehi (Entrance fee required)


Weber County Splash Pads – Utah

Harisville – 1350 N Hwy 89

Nature Park in Ogden

Riverdale Park Splash Pad

Washington County Splash Pads – Utah

Archie H Gubler Park in Santa Clara

Green Spring Park in Washington

Heritage Park in Hurricane

Hidden Valley Park in St. George

Pine View Park in Washington

Sienna Hills Park in Washington

The Fields Phase 2 at Little Valley in St. George

Towne Square in St. George

Unity Park in Ivins


I’ve worked really hard to locate all the splash pads in Utah. I didn’t include any inside rec centers because to me a splash pad is outside (and should be free, right?) But if I missed any, please tell me! And don’t hesitate to comment or share with your friends!


18 thoughts on “Splash Pads Utah

  1. These look like such a good idea we don’t have any thing like this in UK but I guess the weather does not warrant it.

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  3. I’ve never heard of splash pads before. Without your pictures, I would have no idea what you were talking about, especially after reading about them growing all over Utah. They could have been unusual plants, grown in a laboratory. Which would have been really interesting. I’m sure your information about their whereabouts in Utah will help those who live close. Unfortunately, I won’t get a chance to see them from England.

  4. The Gateway’s Olympic fountain is basically a splash pad. Swimsuits, deck chairs, sun umbrellas, etc. Fun and free:)

  5. Garfield County has two splash pad, a small one at the city park in Tropic.
    Esclante has a really nice splash pad at their city park.
    Kanab also hhas a great splash pad at their city park.

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  7. I didn’t see that you had the second one in south jordan. It is behind the fire station 62 on 40th west and 10400 south.

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