Rugged biking trails and untold adventures are just one part of the narrative for the 160-acre Bingham Creek Regional Park (formerly Welby Park) located on the northern edge of Daybreak. The park located at approximately 4800 W. and 10200 S. will be owned and operated through a partnership between South Jordan City and Salt Lake County. According to the South Jordan City newsletter, “Bingham Creek Regional Park will be the largest park in Salt Lake County when it is complete and will be a unique generational gathering place, a recreational area, and trail hub in our community.”
Phase 1 of construction began earlier this month and is anticipated to be completed Fall 2022. The project is funded from three major sources Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts and Parks (ZAP), South Jordan City and Daybreak Communities.
Phase 1: Bingham Creek Regional Park
- Mass-grading of the entire site
- Infrastructure (roads, sewer, culinary water and secondary irrigation)
- Parking lots
- Maintenance facility
- Multi-purpose sports fields
- Destination playground
- Disc golf course
- Biking and multi-use trails
Salt Lake County Mayor, Jenny Wilson and South Jordan Mayor, Dawn Ramsey visited the location to give a status update on the project. Watch here.
- Destination splash pad
- Tennis courts
- Pickleball courts
- Additional multi-purpose sports fields (championship filed, bike skills course, volleyball courts, basketball courts)
- Open lawn space
- Additional trails
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