Terms & Conditions

Canyon Pavilion Regulations

City Park Regulations

Campground Regulations

Bartholomew Regulations

Canyon Pavilion Information and Regulations

NEW CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancellation is made at least three months prior to your reservation, a 90% refund will be given. If cancellation is  made at least three weeks to three months prior, a 50% refund will be given. Cancellations received within three weeks prior to your reservation will not receive a refund . No refund will be given if your group simply chooses not to use the pavilion or bad weather occurs.

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.

Pavilion Use

Pavilion use times are 12:00 p.m. (noon) until 10:00 p.m. for day-use and 12:00 p.m. (noon) until 10:00 a.m. for overnight-use. Late checkout fee of $100.00 may be charged to your group for entire group not leaving pavilion by checkout time.
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. Please park vehicles, trailers or motor homes in designated parking area, not on the grass. The campground at Jolley’s Ranch is not included with a pavilion reservation.
To avoid circuits being tripped and losing power at the pavilion, please do not plug RV’s, trailers, etc. into the electrical outlets at pavilions.
Park quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. Please keep all vehicles, RVs, trailers, etc. on roads or designated parking areas at all times. Park speed limit is 5 miles per hour. You are welcome to bring your pets. Pets should be leashed, controlled, and cleaned up after. Pets should be kept in a kennel or inside a vehicle at night. Barking dogs during quiet hours will not be tolerated. 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.
No person shall discharge a firearm in a city park.
The Canyon Parks are watered and mowed at least once weekly. To accommodate watering and maintenance, your group may be asked to move tents to another area to preserve the grass. Please leave trash in the dumpster by your pavilion or carry it out with you.

Bounce Houses/Water Slides

Springville City prohibits the use of inflatable “bounce houses” and other such devices on our City and Canyon Parks. Water slides, dunk tanks and any other such devices are prohibited because they require precious water resources and they burn the grass.

Campfires

Campfires and cooking fires may be lit in designated areas. Pavilions have a fireplace, fire pit or barbecue stand. Please keep fires small and monitor at all times. 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. Firewood may be purchased from the Camp Host at Jolley’s Ranch. Please ask about fire restrictions before your stay in the Canyon Parks.

Alcohol and Smoking

Park users are prohibited from consuming alcohol and/or smoking within the boundaries of Springville Canyon Parks at any time. Park users are discouraged from having alcohol in their possession while within the boundaries of 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.

Driving Directions to Hobble Creek Canyon Parks

From I-15, take Springville exit 260 and turn east. Travel east until you reach the roundabout at 1300 East/Canyon Road. 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.

City Park Pavilion Information and Regulations

NEW CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancellation is made at least three months prior to your reservation, a 90% refund will be given. If cancellation is  made at least one week to three months prior, a 50% refund will be given. Cancellations received within one week prior to your reservation will not receive a refund . No refund will be given if your group simply chooses not to use the pavilion or bad weather occurs.

Alcohol and Smoking

Consumption of alcoholic beverages and smoking are not allowed within Parks.

Pets

Where otherwise not specified as “No dogs” and/or “No Pets” allowed, all dogs must be leashed and controlled at all times in City Parks. Maximum leash length is 6 feet.
Except for service animals, no dogs or other pets are allowed in the splash pad area, on the beach or in the water at Wayne Bartholomew Family Park, or within the Arts Park during a special event.
During special events and sporting events, dogs and pets may be prohibited.
Owners must clean up after their dog or pet.
Horses, mules, donkeys, etc. are not allowed in any City park.

Fishing

Fishing is allowed in parks that have ponds, or where Hobble Creek or Dry Creek runs through a park.
Fishermen must follow all regulations set forth by the Department of Wildlife Resources.
Enforcement of DWR policies will be overseen by DWR Law Enforcement.
In Wayne Bartholomew Family Park, no fishing will be allowed along the beach area.
Fish may not be field dressed in any park pond. Fish entrails, or other body parts, may not be disposed of in any park pond.

Watercraft on Park Ponds

No motorized watercraft will be allowed on any park pond.
Persons will enter a watercraft on a park pond at their own risk.
Persons who are behaving in an unsafe manner, or are risking the safety of themselves or others, while in a watercraft on a park pond, may be asked to leave the park.
The City may restrict the number or type of watercraft allowed on a park pond if they deem it in the best interest of park patrons to do so.

Swimming in Park Ponds

The water in park ponds is not maintained at levels of chlorination, or other treatment, that would classify them as a public pool.
Park ponds will not be life-guarded.
All persons who enter park pond waters will do so at their own risk.
If the water in a park pond is deemed to be unhealthy for entry by the County Health Department, entry into park pond water will be prohibited until the water is deemed to not be a health risk by the same department.

Trash

Park patrons are responsible to pick up and remove all of their trash.
Trash should be placed in provided containers or hauled away from the Parks.
Trash should not be placed in any fire pit or barbecue.

Park Quiet Hours/Noise

All parks quiet hours are 10:00 pm through 7:00 am.
Occasional City special events may exceed quiet hours up to 11:00 pm.
Requests by City staff to reduce noise levels, at any time, must be immediately adhered to. Park patrons must also observe City curfew hours and regulations.

Firearms

No person shall discharge a firearm in a city park.

Bounce Houses/Water Slides

Springville City prohibits the use of inflatable “bounce houses” and other such devices on our City and Canyon Parks. Water slides, dunk tanks and any other such devices are prohibited because they require precious water resources and they burn the grass.

Jolley’s Ranch Campground Information and Regulations

NEW CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancellation is made at least three months prior to your reservation, a 90% refund will be given. If cancellation is  made at least one week to three months prior, a 50% refund will be given. Cancellations received within one week prior to your reservation will not receive a refund . No refund will be given if you simply choose not to use the campsite or bad weather occurs.

No Dumping from RV’s/Trailers in the park. Springville City has a wastewater facility at 500 W 700 N.
Check-in/Check-out time is 1:00 p.m. Campers staying after checkout time may be charged more camping fees.
Each campsite must be occupied at all times that it is in use. Occupation means that a vehicle, RV, or tent is present in the site.
Jolley’s Ranch Campground is not a long term camping facility. Camping limit is seven days. After seven days, campers must vacate the campground for at least seven days.
All campsites should be kept clean and in good order at all times. Items should not be left in such a manner that would attract wildlife.
Please place your trash in a nearby dumpster or take it with you when you leave.
Speed limit in the campground is 5 MPH.
Please be courteous to the other campers around you. Quiet time is 10:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m.
Alcohol consumption and smoking are prohibited in Springville City Parks.
Please keep all vehicles on roads or in parking areas.
Pets must be leashed, controlled, and cleaned up after. Pets should be kept in a kennel or inside a vehicle at night. Barking dogs during quiet hours will not be tolerated.
Fires must be contained in designated areas only (fire pit or barbecue stand).
Absolutely no ATV’s or off-road motorcycles.
Please, no horses in Springville Canyon Parks.
No fireworks of any kind are allowed.
No guns, bows, arrows, BB guns, sling shots, paintball guns, or any weapons of any kind may be discharged in the Springville Canyon Parks.
Campsite Capacities:

2 tents and 2 vehicles
1 RV/trailer and 1 tent
1 RV/trailer and its towing vehicle and one other vehicle
Any additional tents or vehicles must pay additional fees to the camp host.

Bartholomew Park Information and Regulations

NEW CANCELLATION POLICY: If cancellation is made at least three months prior to your reservation, a 90% refund will be given. If cancellation is  made at least one week to three months prior, a 50% refund will be given. Cancellations received within one week prior to your reservation will not receive a refund . No refund will be given if your group simply chooses not to use the pavilion or bad weather occurs.

Parking permits are required at Wayne Bartholomew Family Park May 1 – September 30. Permits are not required October 1 – April 30. Beginning April 1st, free annual permits for Springville residents are available at the Civic Center, Clyde Recreation Center and the Parks and Recreation Office with photo ID and proof of residence. Form to obtain parking permit must be filled out and signed by person 18 years-or-age or older. One permit per household can be issued. Permits for non-Springville residents will be available at the park for $15 per day. Instructions for obtaining permit at the park are posted in the parking lots. Parking arrangements are made with your mobile phone.

Pavilion Use General Guidelines

A pavilion reservation will allow patrons to exclusively use the pavilion during their reserved time. There is a BBQ stand at each pavilion. Thirty minutes is scheduled between each 3-hour time allotment for cleaning by park staff. Unless your group has the next time allotment reserved, pavilion users must vacate the pavilion after the 3-hour reservation to allow for cleaning before the next group comes in. Open spaces outside of the pavilion are common areas and are not included with the reservation and may not be closed off for any reason by a pavilion group.

Responsibility of Pavilion Groups

The person who makes the reservation will be considered the responsible party for their pavilion group.
The responsible party will be responsible to ensure that all members of their group are aware of the Park rules, regulations, and guidelines, and to ensure that the same are followed.
The responsible party will be required to be present during the duration of the reservation, or to introduce Parks staff to their designated responsible party.
The responsible party that makes the reservation will be financially liable for any and all damage, destruction, or vandalism that occurs as a result of their group’s use of the Park.
The responsible party that makes a pavilion reservation may also be liable for pavilion reservation fees paid by other pavilion users, if their group’s activities prohibit those patrons from being able to reasonably enjoy the Park.

All park patrons will be expected to conform to all posted City Park ordinances, rules, guidelines, and standards.
The Park closes at 10:00 p.m. for all Park users. Park quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. through 7:00 a.m.
Devices that play music must be kept at a volume where only the individual/group using the device can hear the music
City services will be available April through October, as weather allows. The park can be used outside the proposed months but City services, restroom facilities, and concession operations will not be available to the public.
Concession operations will be available during summer season when school is not is session.
Except for City owned or authorized motorized water crafts, no motorized craft will be allowed on the water.
Except for service animals, no dogs or pets will be allowed on the beach or in the water. All dogs must be on a leash, 6 ft. max.
The City will follow DWR fishing regulations. The DWR will be responsible to oversee adherence to fishing regulations. The DWR will stock the pond with trout.
No fishing is allowed along the beach area.
Fish may not be field dressed in the park. Fish entrails, or other body parts of the fish, may not be disposed of in the water or the park.
Open fires, Dutch ovens, barbecues, any device with natural gas and/or propane, or anything of the like, are not allowed on the park property. Each pavilion has a BBQ stand that can be used.
No food is allowed on the water. For safety reasons, glass bottles of any kind are not allowed in the park, on the beach, or on the water.
Canopies can be a maximum size of 10 ft. X 10 ft. and are only allowed on the grass areas. Canopies are not allowed on the beach. Small sport umbrellas 60 inches or less in size are allowed on the beach.
Trailers cannot be parked in the main parking lot and those pulling a trailer must use the upper parking lot along Canyon Road.
Patron parking areas for the Park will be allowed in the following designated areas: The main parking lot for the Park, the upper parking lot on Canyon Road, and Canyon Road between 2750 East and 2900 East-South side of the road only.
All areas designated as Patron parking for the Park will be free for a Springville City resident so long as they have acquired the required parking permit. All non-residents, or resident vehicles without a parking permit, will be required to pay a parking fee to park in Patron parking areas. City may hire a third party company to collect non-resident parking fees and enforce parking regulations in Patron parking areas.
All Springville City residents can acquire a parking permit at the Civic Center and the Community Services building. One parking pass allowed per household.
Concession hours will be set through a contract with a concessionaire.
Fees for reservations will be set forth in the City’s fee schedule and approved by the City Council.
Park patrons are responsible to pick up and remove all of their trash.
Trash should be placed in provided garbage containers or hauled away from the park.
No smoking on the Park premises.
No alcohol is allowed on the Park premises.
No person shall discharge a firearm in a city park.
Patrons are expected to treat the grounds, buildings, and landscaping with respect and may be fined for damages.

Pavilion Capacities

Each pavilion has a maximum capacity, as follows:
Pavilions A & B have a maximum capacity of 20 people.
Pavilions C & D have a maximum capacity of 30 people.
Pavilion E has a maximum capacity of 40 people.
Reservations can be made for groups that exceed pavilion capacity so long as the pavilion capacity limit is not exceeded when the pavilion is being used.
If a group makes a false reservation, or exceeds pavilion capacity, they may be asked to vacate the Park with no refund of any reservation monies.
City staff is under no obligation to find a location for over-sized groups.
Non-residents with a pavilion reservation will need to pay the parking fee.