Below is a list of all the splash pads around the state. If you know of one we have missed, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(We have also listed places with fountains to run through....not exactly a splash pad, but close enough to list!)
Per a reader's request, we have added $$ next to those that cost money. Because this can change, please verify before heading out that the ones without $$ are free. Enjoy Utah is not responsible for changes made by the splash pads that we are not aware of.
What is a "Splash Pad"?
A splash pad is a great place to cool off in the summer. Instead of a pool, it's more like running through the sprinklers. No need for floatees or lifejackets!
Salt Lake County
- City Creek Center (There have been concerns that City Creek doesn't allow you in their "fountains". You are not allowed in the main fountain, but there is a small fountain to the North of it that you are more than welcome to splash and play in.)
- Cottonwood Heights / Ft Union
- Farm Themed Splash Pad in Riverton
- Gateway Fountains
- Legacy Regional Park
- Liberty Park
- Magna Splash Pad
- Red Butte Gardens' Children's Garden $$
- Old Farm Park Riverton Splash Pad
- Rosecrest Splash Pad (Herriman)
- Seven Peaks Salt Lake / Raging Waters $$
- This Is The Place $$ (Opening Summer 2013)
- Umbria splash park
- Willow Pond Park in Murray
- Valley Fair Mall
- Creekside Park in Alpine
- Eagle Mountain
- Highland Splash Pad
- Pioneer Park Splash Pad in Provo
- Shops at Riverwoods
- Spanish Fork Splash Pad
- Thanksgiving Point Childrens Garden - Noah's Ark theme $$
- Clearfield Splash Pad
- Heritage Park in Kaysville
- Lagoon $$
- Riverdale Splash Pad
- North Salt Lake (Foxboro North Regional Park)