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Salt Lake Area Pools, Water Parks, and Splash Pads

Summer Fun for Kids of All Ages

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Liberty Park Seven Canyons

Courtesy Salt Lake City

The Seven Canyons Fountains are located in the middle of Liberty Park. This is a great area for children to cool off in the summer. The park also has a separate splash pad.

600 E. 900 S.

Free

Magna Recreation Center

Salt Lake County Recreation

The splash pad at Magna Recreation Center was constructed in 2008.

3270 S. 8400 W.
801-250-2194

Free

Mountview Park Splash Pad

Courtesy Cottonwood Heights City

Mountview Park is the newest park in one of Utah's newest cities, Cottonwood Heights. It features a very popular splash pad.

1651 E. Fort Union Blvd.

Free

Murray City Pools

Murray City

Murray City's three pools are located in Murray Park. The Park Center features an indoor lap pool as well as a leisure pool, and the outdoor Aquatics Center features a giant 4-story water slide, 3-meter diving boards, zero depth entry, water toy features, and plenty of deck and grass space.

Murray Aquatics Center

Murray Park Center

202 E. Murray Park Ave.
801-290-4190 or 801-284-4200
Admission $1-$6

Riverton Splash Pads

Wesley Hitt

Riverton's Old Farm Park features a fishing area, playground and farm-themed splash pad.

13680 S. 3250 W.

Riverton's Western Springs Park also features a water playground.

4570 West Goshute Drive (12790 South)

Free

Salt Lake County Indoor Pools

Salt Lake County Recreation

Prices vary by facility and age of patron; day passes approximately $1-$6

Salt Lake County Outdoor Pools

Salt Lake County Recreation

Prices vary by facility and age of patron; day passes approximately $1-$6

Seven Peaks

Courtesy Seven Peaks

Seven Peaks, with locations in Salt Lake City and Provo, offers family summetime fun with extreme waterslides, a wave pools, kids' slides and swimming areas and lazy river rides. Some of Seven Peaks' big, fast and steep thrill slides are not for the faint of heart!

Both Seven Peaks locations include pavilions and other facilities for parties and reunions. Look for discount coupons at banks, credit unions, supermarkets and Costco.

Salt Lake City
1200 W. 1700 S.
801-972-3300

Provo
1330 E. 300 N. 801-373-8777

Day passes $7.95-$24.95

Seven Peaks is included in the Utah Pass of All Passes, which covers admission to twelve Utah water parks, fun centers and sporting events for one low price.

Thanksgiving Children's Discovery Garden

Courtesy Thanksgiving Point

The Thanksgiving Point Children's Discovery Garden features a whimsical Noah's Ark, complete with pools of water and shooting fountains for water play.

3900 N. Garden Dr. in Lehi
801-768-4999

Admission $10 for adults, $6 for children 3-12, $9 for seniors 65+

Valley Fair Mall Interactive Fountain

Courtesy Valley Fair Mall

With 31 jets, the Valley Fair Mall interactive fountain reaches heights of over 30 feet. In addition, the fountain has LED lights in each water stream that combine with music to create a choreographed show on the colorful splash pad.

3601 S. 2700 W. (Constitution Blvd.)
801-969-6211

Free

Willow Pond Park Splash Pad

Murray City

Willow Pond Park in Murray offers a fishing pond, pavilions, gazebos, basketball courts, volleyball courts and a splash pad.

6059 S Murray Parkway Ave (1080 W.)

Free

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