Buildings & Grounds
443 South 200 East
phone: (801) 489-2770
fax: (801) 489-7217
Wayne Bartholomew Family Park
Park Location and Hours:
Wayne Bartholomew Family Park is located at 1090 South 2900 East and is open from dawn to dusk, Sunday through Saturday.
Parking permits are required at Wayne Bartholomew Family Park May 1 – September 30. Permits are not required October 1 – April 30. Free annual permits for Springville residents are available at the Civic Center and the Parks and Recreation Office with proof of residence. One permit per household can be issued. Permits for non-Springville residents will be available at the park for $10 per day. (Additional Information below)
Snack Bar Hours: Snack bar will be open about May 23rd.
Monday – Thursday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
All pets must be leashed and controlled at all times in City Parks. Maximum leash length is 6 feet. You must also clean up after your pet and dispose of their waste. No dogs or other pets are allowed on the beach or in the water at Wayne Bartholomew Family Park.
Play Equipment Check-out
Volleyball, horseshoes and ring toss equipment is available to check out at the concessions building. Equipment will be checked out on a first-come-first-served basis. There is no charge and supplies are limited.
From I-15 take exit 260. Drive east until you reach the roundabout at 1300 East/Canyon Road. Turn right at the roundabout and follow Canyon Road until you reach 2900 East. Turn right and you will see the park to your right.
To reserve online you must do so at least 3 days before desired date. Otherwise, call (801) 489-2770 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) to make a reservation. Same day reservations will not be taken.
Pavilions A & B will accommodate 20 people ($20 per 3 hour time block)
Pavilions C & D will accommodate 30 people ($25 per 3 hour time block)
Pavilion E will accommodate 40 people ($30 per 3 hour time block)
Time blocks are: 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
- 5 pavilions for groups of 20, 30, or 40
- Plenty of beach and grass areas
- Trees for shade
- Beautiful pond (3 acres long and 15 feet deep at deepest point)
- Swim at own risk — no lifeguards will be on duty
- Changing rooms
- Concession stand (closed on Sundays)
- Large plaza
- Trail around the pond
- Fishing docks
- Areas to play volleyball, horseshoes, ring toss, etc
- Large parking lot
- Beautiful view of the surrounding mountains
- Room for future expansion
Aerial picture courtesy of Aaron Barker
Parking Permit Additional Information
Limit of one pass per household.
Definition of Springville resident is someone who resides and votes in Springville. Proof of residency must be provided to get a pass (Driver License, utility bill, current mail showing Springville address, etc.).
People who own a business in Springville do not quality as a Springville resident.
Parking passes will be required in both the lower and upper parking lots. Free parking will be available in a limited area on the south side of Canyon Road. No parking anywhere else along Canyon Road. Canyon Road Parking Map
Springville residents who live in the vicinity of the park will be given parking passes to park on their residential streets. Park patrons must not park in the residential areas near the park.
Parking is enforced May 1st through September 30th. No complimentary passes will be given to those who reserve pavilions.
Parking fee for non-resident is $10 per vehicle per day. Fee is paid via phone or internet. Signs are posted with the phone number and website.