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Delta City Administration
76 North 200 West
Delta, UT 84624-9440
435.864.2759 Offices
435.864.4945 Library
435.864.4313 Facsimile
435.864.7984 Anim Ctrl

City Park

-Located on Main Street between 100 West and 200 West Streets

Neighborhood Park

-Located at approximately 200-300 White Sage Ave

Quick Links

Parks Description

Reservations

Splash Park

Northwest Pavilion

North Pavilion

South Pavilion

Outside Covered

Stage

Neighborhood

Pavilion

Park Rules

Follow this link to Delta City's 2014 Tree Inventory done in conjunction with Utah's DNR Forestry division.

Shade, Sun and Water Fun!

Delta City is proud of the well groomed parks in the area. Delta City Park proffers mature trees, green grass and a babbling creek that flows from a quaint waterfall in the park center. Play equipment for a variety of ages is strategically placed near benches and picnic tables, as well as three covered pavilions with amenities. Restrooms and drinking water are within walking distance of all. The Splash Pad sits across from the play area and offers refreshing water fun for the kids on those hot summer days. It borders a neighborhood soccer field, complete with bleachers for the spectator's leisure. The Splash Pad and the Skate Park are easily accessible from the park. There are plenty of open lawn spaces for running around and playing and the breathtaking flower gardens and landscaping offer a relaxing atmosphere for reading and watching the children at play.

The Neighborhood Park is located just south of the Delta Community Hospital, Delta Family Medicine and the Millard County Care & Rehabilitation facility at approximately 200-300 White Sage Avenue. There you will find plenty of grass, children's play area, a basketball court and two ball diamonds. Green grass aplenty makes this recreational area complete.

Splash Park

Delta City's Splash Pad was built in 2012, and opened before the July 4th celebration that year. It sports a variety of sources of wet (spray, splash, dump and squirt) water fun for the kids to enjoy. Adults can soak up the sun as they watch from the built-in benches, or sit in the shade of the umbrellas at one of the two tables available.

Amenities

Benches

2 round picnic tables
with umbrellas

Fenced

Restrooms nearby

Northwest Pavilion

This is the smallest Pavilion of the three in the Delta City Park. It sits cozily near the Library and the children's play areas, and across from the soccer field and the Splash Pad.

Amenities
Drinking fountain and water spout.
Buffet counter
Approximately 9 picnic tables
Restrooms nearby

North Pavilion

This large pavilion has lights and power. It corners the street with ample parking on both sides. It is the best for large gatherings and groups.

Amenities
Power
Lights
Lots of Parking
Approximately 18 picnic tables
Restrooms nearby

South Pavilion

This pavilion sits closest to Main Street and butts against the unusual antique Steam Engine Tractor display.

Amenities
Power
Lights
Approximately 19 picnic tables
Restrooms nearby
Historical Display(Steam Engine Tractor)
Main Street Access

Outside Stage (Grandstand)

The outside stage is covered and sits neatly between the North and South Pavilions. It is a cement heightened surface facing an open grass area where chairs and blankets could be placed.

Amenities
Power
Lights
Restrooms nearby
Street Accessible

Neighborhood Pavilion

The Neighborhood Park and Pavilion is just south of the Delta Community Hospital, Delta Family Medicine and the Millard County Care & Rehabilitation facility at approximately 200-300  White Sage Avenue. There you will find plenty of grass, a children's play area, a basketball court and two ball fields making the recreational area complete.

Amenities 
Power
Lights
Approximately 6 picnic tables
Restrooms nearby
Children's Play Area

PARK RULES

Our facilities are for all to enjoy.
Please clean up after use.
No littering.
Please obey city sound ordinances.
Please keep your dogs leashed.
No soliciting.
Our parks are for non profit use only.
No overnight parking or camping is allowed.
Park amenities are on a first come basis if not reserved through the city.
Please reserve in advance and place a reserved sign in the pavilion with times listing reservation in advance of your event.

Reservations

Pavilions are available for group reservations by calling Delta City during office hours at 435-864-2759 in advance. All reservations are on a first call basis and for non-profit use only.