Salt Lake City

Public Lands

Division contact information can be found at https://www.slc.gov/parks/contact-us/

Warm Springs Park

Warm Springs Park is a recreational open space that is home to natural warm springs that were used by Native Americans prior to the arrival of Mormon pioneers in the middle of the 19th century. The park now hosts recreational and community activities and events.

At the center of the park is the original Warm Springs Plunge building, which was repurposed as The Children’s Museum of Utah until 1983. Although the building is now vacant, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Improvements to the park over the years consist of walking paths/trails, parking, restroom facilities, tennis courts, play fields, artwork, landscaping, and interpretive signage/panels.

Location

840 N Beck St (300 W)
Near bus stops for UTA routes 455, 460, 462, 470, 471
Click here for Google Maps Directions

Park Details

Zip Code: 84103
Council Member: Chris Warton
Community Council: Capitol Hill
Acreage: 19.6
Property Type: Community Park

Facilities

  • Playground
  • Restroom
  • Multi-purpose fields
  • Tennis
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Picnic Tables
  • Time limited off-leash hours

Current Projects

  • New restroom is under construction
  • New off-leash dog area to be constructed
  • Design for multi-use field improvements and events area
  • Design to enhance the natural warm springs area

Learn More About Warm Springs Park

  • Discover the history of this unique open space here
  • Read the planning report that identifies community improvement priorities here