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Alex Roylance

443 South 200 East

 

801-489-5742

801-489-5797

 

aroylance@springville.org

Buildings and Grounds Department

443 South 200 East

 

(801) 489-2770

(801) 489-5797

 

parks@springville.org

 

 

Pavilion Amenities & Fees             Jolley’s Ranch Campground Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

David Vincent – Parks Supervisor

Office:  Kelly’s Grove – Hobble Creek Canyon

Phone:  (801) 489-5872

Reservations: 

Office:  443 South 200 East 

Phone:  (801) 489-2770

Springville City discourages the use of inflatable “Bounce Houses” and other such devices on our City and Canyon Parks. Any group that wishes to use such devices on a City or Canyon Park will need to provide the City with a certificate of insurance with limits of at least $1,000,000 per occurrence and $3,000,000 aggregate. The certificate of insurance will need to name Springville City, its elected officials, appointed officials, employees, and volunteers as Additional Insured. This certificate of insurance will need to be provided and approved by the City prior to the event. The City will retain the right to refuse any reservation of parks, or to deny use of parks, if a certificate of insurance is not provided.

Water slides, dunk tanks and any other such devices that use water are prohibited because they require precious water resources that are limited in the canyon; and they burn the grass.

If you want a group site for overnight camping (family reunion, church campout, etc), choose a canyon pavilion site. Your group will camp around the pavilion (tents on grass, RV’s in parking lot). Check-in time for canyon pavilions is always 11:00 a.m. Check-out time for canyon pavilions is 10:00 p.m. for day use and 10:00 a.m. for overnight use.

Campsites will accommodate 2 tents, or 1 RV and 1 tent. Jolley’s Ranch campground has 57 campsites. All have water hookups and most have electricity. Campsite check-in and check-out is 1:00 p.m.

If you need to place an order for a canyon pavilion for both overnight use and following day use, you will need to purchase two reservations within the system.  First add to your order the overnight use, and then requery the system for the following day and purchase the day use for the same pavilion.  Thank you and please do not hesitate to call with any questions.  (801) 489-2770

General Information

Springville City operates over 400 acres of parks and campgrounds in Hobble Creek Canyon. The parks include Jolley’s Ranch, Kelly’s Grove, and Rotary Park. The areas are located just past Hobble Creek Golf Course on both forks of Hobble Creek Canyon Road. The Canyon Parks offer picnicking, camping, pavilion rentals, and winter recreation opportunities.

Pavilion Rentals

We have ten pavilions of various sizes available to rent in our Canyon Parks. The pavilions may be rented for family gatherings, company parties, church activities, weddings, and other events. All of our pavilions are fee areas. Use of our pavilions is by paid reservation only. Rental rates depend on pavilion size and length of the reservation. Pavilion areas are open April – September, weather permitting.

Campground

Jolley’s Ranch has a campground with 57 campsites. The campsites are of various sizes and can accommodate RV and/or tent camping. All campsites have water and most have electricity hookups and there are restrooms (flush toilets) on site. There are no showers or sewage facilities available.  The campground is not included with a pavilion rental. Campground is open April – October, weather permitting.

Picnic Sites and Common Areas

Our Canyon Parks have several picnic sites and common areas that are available for all to use, free of charge. However, these areas do not include pavilion areas or campsites. Jolley’s Ranch has the Bear’s Picnic Area which is dedicated to picnicking. Kelly’s Grove also has the new Knight Picnic Area. All picnic areas and common areas are for day use and may be used until it is dark.

Jolley’s Ranch Winter Recreation

During the winter season at Jolley’s Ranch, you can enjoy the beauty and fun of winter sports without having to go to a big resort. You will find nearly five miles of groomed trails for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, a tubing and sledding hill, and parking areas for snowmobilers. Ski and snowshoe equipment is available for rent, along with tubes for the tubing hill. There are heated restrooms and a warming shelter. Season passes and group discounts are available.

Hobble Creek Parkway Trail

Enjoy the beauty of Hobble Creek Canyon as a pedestrian or cyclist on the Hobble Creek Parkway Trail.  There is approximately two miles of trail in the canyon which continues into and through the city of Springville.

Driving Directions to Hobble Creek Canyon Parks

From I-15, take Springville exit 260 and turn east. Travel east until you reach the intersection at 1300 East/Canyon Road (roundabout). Turn south (right) onto Canyon Road and remain on Canyon Road for approximately 4 miles. The Canyon Parks begin with Kelly’s Grove, just beyond the Hobble Creek Golf Course. Rotary Park is on the left fork of Canyon Road immediately after the road forks. Jolley’s Ranch is on the right fork of Canyon Road about ½ mile past Kelly’s Grove.

Reservations      

  • All pavilion areas are reservation areas. 

  • Reservations may be made online or at the Community Services Building located at 443 South 200 East.

  • All reservation fees must be paid in full when reservation is made.

When a reservation is made, the person making the reservation will accept full responsibility for their group and their group’s activities. The responsible party will accept responsibility for notification of dates, times, and all park rules as well as financial responsibility for any damage that may occur as a result of his/her group’s activities.

  • Reservations may be cancelled at any time. If a reservation is cancelled at least three weeks prior to the reservation date, a 90% refund will be given.

Pavilion Use

  • Pavilion use times are 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. for day use and 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. for overnight use.

  • Restrooms, playgrounds, common areas, picnic areas, sports fields, volleyball, and horseshoes are not included in any reservation and are available to all park patrons.

  • Barbecues, fire pits, electricity and drinking water are available at the pavilions. Lights in the pavilion come on and off with a timer.

  • Pavilion users may use associated parking areas.

  • Please bring your own trash bags. Leave your trash in the dumpster by your pavilion or carry it out with you.

General Regulations

  • A pavilion reservation includes the pavilion and the area immediately around that pavilion for camping and parking.  Parking vehicles, trailers or motor homes on the grass is not acceptable.  The campground at Jolley’s Ranch is not included with a pavilion reservation.

  • RV’s must not be plugged into pavilion outlets or the circuits will be tripped, causing pavilion to lose electrical power.

  • Springville City discourages the use of inflatable “Bounce Houses” and other such devices on our City and Canyon Parks. Any group that wishes to use such devices on a City or Canyon Park will need to provide the City with a certificate of insurance with limits of at least $1,000,000 per occurrence and $3,000,000 aggregate. The certificate of insurance will need to name Springville City, its elected officials, appointed officials, employees, and volunteers as Additional Insured. This certificate of insurance will need to be provided and approved by the City prior to the event.The City will retain the right to refuse any reservation of parks, or to deny use of parks, if a certificate of insurance is not provided.
  • Park quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.

  • All vehicles, RVs, trailers, etc. are to remain on roads or designated parking areas at all times.

  • Park speed limit is 5 miles per hour.

  • Pets must be leashed, controlled, and cleaned up after. Pets should be kept in a kennel or inside a vehicle at night.

  • No ATVs or off road motorcycles may be operated within the Canyon Parks boundaries.

  • No fireworks of any kind are allowed within the boundaries of the Canyon Parks.

  • Horses are not allowed within the boundaries of the Canyon Parks.

  • Discharge of firearms or weapons of any kind is prohibited in Springville Canyon Parks.

  • The Canyon Parks are watered and mowed at least once weekly.  Your group may be asked to accommodate these activities.  In an area where tents are pitched, tents will need to be moved every two days to preserve the grass.

  • If your group arrives early or leaves late, you may be charged an overuse fee of up to $100 per occurrence.

Each pavilion has a group size limit.  The limit is based on pavilion size, restroom size and available parking area.  If your group is too large for one pavilion, you may need to reserve more than one pavilion area.  Oversized groups may be asked to leave and/or fined up to $100.

Picnic Areas

  • Picnic areas are defined as areas with picnic tables that are not located under or within 100 feet of a pavilion. These are areas available for open use as well as the Bear’s Picnic Area in Jolley’s Ranch and Knight Picnic Area in Kelly’s Grove.

  • Picnic areas are day use areas.

  • All picnic areas will be available for use without reservations and without fees.

  • Picnic areas are available on a first-come first-served basis.

Jolley’s Ranch Campground Use

  • Campsites are fee areas.

  • Camping fees are paid online or collected by a Camp Host or Canyon Parks staff.

  • Checkout time is 1:00 p.m.

  • Campers may stay up to seven consecutive days.

  • Please keep campsites clean and in good order. Items should not be left in such a manner that would attract wildlife.

Campsite Capacities

  • Campsites may be occupied by the following

  • 2 tents and 2 vehicles

  • 1 RV or trailer and 1 tent

  • 1 RV or 1 trailer and its towing vehicle and 1 other vehicle

  • Any additional tents or vehicles must pay additional fees.

 

Alcohol and Smoking

  • Park users are prohibited from consuming alcohol and/or smoking within the boundaries of the Canyon Parks at any time.

  • Park users are discouraged from having alcohol in their possession while within the boundaries of the Canyon Parks.

Campfires

  • Campfires and cooking fires may be lit in designated areas.

  • Pavilions have a fireplace, fire pit or barbecue brazier. Campsites have fire pits and barbecue braziers.

  • Please keep fires small and monitor at all times.

  • Firewood may be purchased from the Camp Host at Jolley’s Ranch Campground.

  • Please don’t cut live or standing trees for firewood on Canyon Parks property. Loose, dead wood on the ground may be used for firewood.

  • Please ask about fire restrictions before your stay in the Canyon Parks.

Responsibility

Your group will be expected to use the area responsibly.  The pavilion will be cleaned before you arrive and after you leave.  The restrooms will be cleaned once daily. Damage beyond normal usage and vandalism will not be tolerated.  The cost of repairing any damage or vandalism will be charged to your group through the person who made and paid for the reservation, including the possibility of court costs and a reasonable attorney’s fee.  Failure to remit these costs will result in temporary or permanent refusal by the City to accept any future reservations from your group or any representative from your group.  Minimum charge for damage is $100.00.

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