Wardle Fields Regional Park

Wardle Fields Regional Park is a 41-acre Class One destination park. The park features a spacious playground, splash pad with geysers and waterfall, walking path, 16 competition pickleball courts, two multi-purpose sports fields, two large pavilions, full-size basketball court with six standards, racing ziplines, artificial bouldering wall, climbing net pyramid and fire watch tower with slides.

A unique feature of the park is the innovative water conservation system. Think designed a hybrid reuse system for all splash pad water. The drained water is captured, treated, and used to irrigate the park’s expansive area.

Wardle Fields Regional Park Play space
Regional Park Utah Community

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May 2017


Bluffdale, Utah


Salt Lake County Parks & Recreation Division


  • Landscape Architecture
  • Architecture

Wardle Fields Regional Park

Transforming farmland into a prominent landmark

The goal of the project was was to turn a flat piece of farm land into a park-like setting with hills and valleys and meandering walkways, generously landscaped zones and turf play areas for residents of the southwest quadrant of the County. The mass grading created unique spaces and land form features that enclose and separate various activities within the park.

The introduction of a 300-ft. long bouldering wall provides a monumental back drop and frames the splash pad. The critical placement of the 25-ft. high fire watch tower slide at the high point of the park provides a landmark and point of reference for visitors from any location in the park.

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