Salt Lake Splash Pads

Splash pads are a great way to get outdoors during the summer and are perfect for younger children. Most are free, however, there are a few that are not. The paid splash pads will be indicated with a “$.” Splash pads are basically like large sprinklers and some splash pads include toys and other fun structures to make the splash pad more interesting. Most splash pads will open Memorial Day weekend and close on Labor Day weekend.

Over time we will continue to visit local splash pads and will include photos of them. To view our photos of each splash pad, please click on the splash pad name. Below are the Salt Lake splash pads.

Cottonwood Heights Splash Pads

Herriman Splash Pads

  • Rosecrest – 14070 S. Rosecrest Road
  • Umbria Estates – 12790 S. 5230 W.

Murray Splash Pads

Riverton Splash Pads

  • Old Farm – 13680 S. 3250 W. – Farm theme
  • Western Springs Park – 4570 W. Goshute Drive

Salt Lake City Splash Pads

  • Gateway Fountains – 18 N. Rio Grande Street – Find this splash pad on the north end of the Gateway in the center
  • City Creek Center – 50 S. Main Street – Find this splash pad on the west end of the mall center near Nordstrom
  • Liberty Park – 600 E. 900 S. – There are 2 splash pad areas, one smaller splash pad is in the northwest area of the park at the playground and the other splash pad is located in the middle of the park replicating the Seven Canyons in Utah
  • This Is The Place ($) – 2601 E. Sunnyside Avenue
  • Hogle Zoo ($) – 2600 E. Sunnyside Avenue

Sandy Splash Pads

South Jordan Splash Pads

  • Oquirrh Shadows Park – 4150 W. South Jordan Parkway
  • Founders Park – 11428 South Kestrel Rise Road (Soda Row)

West Jordan Splash Pads

  • Ron Wood Park – 5900 W. New Bingham Highway

West Valley City Splash Pads

  • Valley Fair Mall – 3601 S. 2700 W. – Fountains with lights and music