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About our Parks

Eagle Mountain City has five regional parks and 53 neighborhood parks. Additionally, Eagle Mountain is home to some special amenities or parks including the Mountain Ranch Bike Park, Pony Express Skate Park, the Cory B. Wride Memorial Park, and two splash pads. Outdoor recreation and preservation of our wildlife, environment, and scenic landscapes are high priorities for our city. We intend to maintain excellent recreational locations that fit well with natural landscapes as the city continues to grow.


General Rules of Use

Park Hours

10:00 AM – Sunset. Curfew is 10:00 PM

Park Use Restrictions

  • No driving vehicles onto parks
  • No animals except for dogs on leashes. Owners should clean up after pets.
  • No unauthorized concessions or distribution of advertising.
  • No camping or fires except in designated areas.
  • No littering
  • No unauthorized discharging of firearms or fireworks
  • No excessive noise, boisterous conduct, illegal drugs, alcohol, or smoking.

Park Finder Map & Pavilion Rentals

Use the Park Finder Map to find parks near you or the perfect park for an event or activity. You can filter and sort parks by those with restrooms, pavilions, and sports facilities. Additionally, each park is listed with number of tables, benches, and other amenities, the total size, and even an image showing what play structures or other amenities look like.

Access the Park Finder Map Here

A reservation and payment of rental fees are required for city park pavilions. Reservations for 2022 are now open for the season, which will be April 1 – October 15. Pavilions may close at any time due to Covid-19. To check the availability or reserve a pavilion, use the pavilion rental tool below. If you need to change or cancel a reservation or need a refund, it must be submitted in writing to jwest@emcity.org. *The pavilion reservation system is only accessible via computer and does not work on mobile devices.  

Pavilion Rentals

Follow Us

  • Issue Reporting Hotline:
  • 801-789-5959
  • Option 1 – Parks and Recreation
    Option 2 – Water
    Option 3 – Sewer
    Option 4 – Storm Water
    Option 5 – Streets
  • For Emergencies, dial 911