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Wardle Fields Regional Park

Wardle Fields began as an 80-acre farm run by the Wardle family.  For nearly fifty years, the Wardle family grew alfalfa, barley, and sugar beets on the property from the early 1900s until the 1950s, when Charles Wardle passed away.  Upon his passing, the family chose to sell the land to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, which was later purchased in 2008 by Salt Lake County.

All the water enjoyed at the Wardle Fields splash pad goes through a filter and is then used to water the adjacent park. If the splash pad is not in use, the culinary system is deployed. During a drought, deployment of the culinary system is reduced.

A group of people playing in a water fountain. A group of people playing in a water fountain.

Splash Pads

Wardle Fields Regional Park splash pad open is open Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Splash Pad Hours*

Monday–Sunday: 10 am – 8 pm

*Open until Labor Day

Pavilions

North Pavilion South Pavilion Small Pavilion
Seats 80 Seats 80, 16 additional seats outside Seats 32
10 tables (8') 10 tables inside (8'), 2 tables outside (8') 4 tables (8')
6 outlets 6 outlets 2 outlets

Park Amenities

  • Destination Playground
  • 25' Fire Watchtower with Slides
  • 2 Racing Zip lines
  • 300' Bouldering Wall
  • 20' Climbing Wall
  • Sports Field
  • Basketball
  • Pickleball (16 courts)
  • Splash Pad
  • Restrooms
  • 4 Drinking Fountains
  • Walking Path (concrete)
  • Benches