All Abilities Playgrounds in Utah

We often get asked about all-abilities playgrounds. There are a bunch of accessible playgrounds here in Utah, but everyone seems to label all-abilities parks with different descriptions. When we put this list together, we looked at flooring for wheels, ramps to the play area, swings and toys for those with unique abilities, and if the city has labeled the park as all-abilities. So make sure to find out more info on each of these parks by visiting our specific posts to see if the park fits your family’s needs. We hope this list of All Abilities Playgrounds in Utah helps you find places to play for your family.

Adventure Playground: Logan

This playground has a nice flat surface for wheels, and has a ramp to access the toys. There is also a fence all the way around with only one opening. Read more

Chloe’s Sunshine Playground: Syracuse

This is one park we haven’t visited yet, but it comes highly recommended. Chloe’s Sunshine Playground is located at Centennial Park. There are lots of things to help wheels like ramps, smooth surface, and an accessible swing. This park also has a fence all the way around. We can’t wait to visit this one. More details.

Creekside Park: Bountiful

Creekside Park has a ramp to help wheels get onto the play equipment as well as a water feature that is up top. There is also a spinning toy for all abilities. Learn more.

Veterans Memorial Park: West Jordan

Also known as the Wild West Playground, this updated park has cushiony floor, a ramp up to the park, and a glider rocker toy. Click for more info.

Liberty Park: Salt Lake City

Liberty Park is updating its playground soon, and we are excited to see the changes to make it even more accessible. Right now this small playground has wheelchair ramps to help children onto the play areas. There are lots of walking paths and a fun lake at this park, too. Read more.

Sugar House Park: Salt Lake City

This park has nice soft flooring, but I don’t feel like it has a ton of other toys for all-abilities. There are adaptive swings. Luckily, this park has a great duck pond that anyone can enjoy. More details.

L&L Hamilton Park: Herriman

This is another park that we need to visit, but add it to your list to check out. It has a little bit smaller playground but a nice ramp up onto the park toys. Learn more.

Sierra Newbold Playground: West Jordan

The Sierra Newbold Playground has great flooring, adaptive toys, and a ramp onto the large playground area. This park also has a splash pad. Click for more info.

Draper City Park

Draper City Park got a new playground that is a lot of fun, but it is also all-abilities. There is a ramp to the play area, a few adaptive toys, and an electronic game that my boys love. Read more.

East Riverfront Park: South Jordan

This park has a ramp for access to the play area, as well as a rocker glider for all abilities. We appreciate the smooth floor that works for wheels. More details.

Magna Regional Park: Magna

Magna Regional Park is large and has some all-abilities options. A ramp, great flooring, and a splash pad. There is a lot to see and do at this park. Learn more.

Day Ranch Park: Bluffdale

This park was built for all abilities. It has a cute bug theme and includes a ramp, smooth floor, rocker glider, and other inclusive toys. Click for more info.

Bickley Park in South Salt Lake

We have not been to this park yet, but someone recommended it as an all-abilities playground. It is a little smaller, but looks fun. The address is 2508 S 500 E in South Salt Lake. Learn More.

All Together Playground: Orem

This playground is built for all abilities. There are adaptive swings, a special wheelchair swing, ramps to get onto the playground, and other toys throughout that are inclusive. More info.

Adventure Heights All Abilities Park: Spanish Fork

Adventure Heights has a great play area with flat flooring for wheels, and toys that are geared for all abilities. Our favorite part is the sensory walk here that includes toys, instruments, and games. Read more.

Harvey Park: Cedar Hills

This park isn’t one that I had on my radar as all-abilities because there are a lot of ropes to climb, but they do have a wheel-friendly flooring, and lots of instruments. There is a fun splash pad, too. More details.

Mountain Ridge Park: Highland

This is a brand new park and it was built with all abilities in mind. There is a wheelchair swing and the glider rocker. This park has ramps to access toys, too. Click for more info.

Cory Wride Memorial Park: Eagle Mountain

Cory Wride Park has an area for wheels and all abilities’ toys. There is also a splash pad at this park. Read more

North Park: Provo

North Park updated its playground and has some fun decor, as well as turf and sidewalks for wheels. There are also water tables, and a ramp to get onto the playground. More details.

Willow Creek Park: Park City

This park has a new look since we last visited. We loved this fun park before, but cannot wait to see the changes to make it an all abilities park. Learn more.

Thunder Junction: St. George

Thunder Junction feels like one of the original all-abilities playground in Utah. This park has a ton of adaptive playground toys, as well as a sensory music walk, and train rides. It’s just so much fun! Click for more info.

Dixie Springs Park: Hurricane

This is one of the newest playgrounds that we visited that is all-abilities. It has a fun rocker glider, ramps to the playground, adaptive swings, and the nice smooth floor. Dixie Springs Park also has a splash pad. Read more.

Final Note

Please know that we do not have a child who needs an all-abilities playground, so we are not always the best judge of which parks to include. We are doing our best to share information so that you can choose parks that will work for your children and their needs. If there is a park that you think needs to be included on this list, or one that you would remove, please send us an email with more details: info@utahsadventurefamily.com.

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