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Pavilion Reservations

Pavilion reservations are the most popular reservation type in Sugar House Park. Reservations open on March 1st of every year. The summer reservation season is May 1–September 30. Pavilions are not reservable on holidays, including Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Pioneer Day, and Labor Day. Salt Lake County Parks & Recreation manages the reservations for Sugar House Park.

Pavilion Descriptions

Sugar House Park has seven (7) pavilions. Each is unique in its own way.

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Fabian Lakeside Pavilion

Located nearest to Sugar House Pond and the famous sledding hill. 

 

Fabian Lakeside Pavilion has:

  • Seating capacity for ~125 people

  • Parking lot with 78 stalls

  • 50'x70' concrete sports pad 

02

Big Field Pavilion

Located at the end of the park's spoke road and west of the main soccer field (and the nearest pavilion to the field).

 

Big Field Pavilion has:

  • Seating capacity for ~109 people

  • Parking lot with stalls

  • 50'x70' concrete sports pad 

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03

Parley's Creek Pavilion

Located near the new children’s play area and south of Parley's Creek in the center of the park, the Parleys Creek Pavilion is the second largest pavilion in the park (2,115 square feet).

 

Parley's Creek Pavilion has:

  • Seating capacity for ~200 people

  • Parking lot with 78 stalls

  • The concrete pad is not reservable with this pavilion. The concrete pad has be adapted to a public soccer court sponsored by "Free the Game."

04

Sego Lily Pavilion

Located near the park’s southern fence line overlooking I-80, the Sego Lily Pavilion is the smallest in the park (along with the adjacent Mt. Olympus Pavilion) at 1,406 square feet.

 

Sego Lily Pavilion has:

  • Seating capacity for ~130 people

  • Parking lot with 37 stalls

  • 36’x50’ sand volleyball

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Mt. Olympus Pavilion

Located on the south central side of the park, Mt. Olympus Pavilion is suitable for smaller gatherings and events that want to use the baseball diamond. The nearest playground and restrooms are located at Sugar Beet Pavilion. The Parley's Trail runs along the south border of Mt. Olympus Pavilion. 

 

Mt. Olympus Pavilion has:

  • Seating capacity for ~130

  • Parking lot with 40 stalls

  • 50'x70' concrete sports pad 

06

Sugar Beet Pavilion

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Located near the park’s southern fence line overlooking I-80, the Sego Lily Pavilion is the smallest in the park (along with the adjacent Mt. Olympus Pavilion) at 1,406 square feet.

 

Sego Lily Pavilion has:

  • Seating capacity for ~256 people

  • Parking lot with 60 stalls

  • 50'x70' concrete sports pad 

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Hidden Grove Pavilion

Located northeast from the basketball courts across the bridge over Parley's creek you will find the the Hidden Grove Pavilion. It is the largest area (2,254 square feet) of any of the seven pavilions.

 

Hidden Grove Pavilion has:

  • Seating capacity for ~234

  • Shared parking lot with basketball courts and Sugar Beet Pavilion

  • 50'x70' concrete sports pad 

Reserve a pavilion up to one year in advance and outside the designated May-September season with a Special Event Permit.

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