Alex Roylance

443 South 200 East


(801) 489-5742

(801) 489-7217


Buildings and Grounds Department

443 South 200 East


(801) 489-2770

(801) 489-7217


Kim Francom
Parks Superintendent
443 South 200 East
(801) 489-2775



Reserve Pavilion

Reservations:  (801) 489-2770

City Park Listings

Springville City operates over 100 acres of beautiful parks within the city limits. There are 22 parks located throughout the City. Within the city parks you will find picnic tables, benches, playgrounds, walking paths, drinking fountains, tennis courts, pavilions, baseball diamonds, and various sports fields for city league recreation.


Pavilions are available for your enjoyment at six of our city parks. These pavilions are located at Spring Creek Park, Big Hollow Park, Spring Acres Park, Hobble Creek Park, Kelvin Grove, and Heritage Park. The pavilions may be used by anyone free of charge on a first come, first served basis; however, they may be rented for a minimal fee. A 20% discount will be applied if you reserve a pavilion in a city park for a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

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.


Spring Acres Arts Park, near Springville High School, hosts special events such as Art City Days, Movies in the Park, concerts and festivals. This unique park, which has an outdoor amphitheater, is located at 700 South 1300 East.


Discover the beauty of Hobble Creek as a pedestrian or cyclist on the Hobble Creek Parkway Trail. Follow this trail approximately 3 ½ miles through Springville and into Hobble Creek Canyon to the Rotary Centennial Park.

The Parks Master Plan link takes you to a interactive map showing the different community, neighborhood and canyon parks within Springville City. Select the park you are interested in learning more about and you will be presented with a set of information tabs found at the bottom of each park picture. Most of the parks show the concept and design plans.

Park Master Plans link


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