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Kearns Oquirrh Park Kearns

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Kearns Oquirrh Park
5624 S Cougar Lane (4800 W)
Kearns
UT
84118
Tel: 801 966-5555

Where are we going today?

Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center is a great way to spend some time with the family staying active! 

How about we start with the Open Plunge outdoor pools, as well as an indoor Recreation area!

The outdoor pool have a host of fun kids activities to cool them down over summer. You can experience over 1000 gallons of water falling from one of the WORLD's biggest dumping buckets! Now THAT alone might be worth the trip!

The Splash Pool is filled with fun surprises, including a shallow pool zone for those younger water babies, as well as a multi-level interactive structure with spray toys, slides and those cute mini dumping buckets (if you can't handle the big one!)

There are also fun features like shooting water nozzles, and water funs!

Kids love to enjoy some time on the play feature too, or brave the spring boards (up to 10 meters in height!)

Kearns Oquirrh Park also has an indoor recreation park with children's play features, and a current canal.  This area also has a 50m lap pool perfect for those kids who want to spend some more time practicing those strokes of theirs. 

As well as a gym, Kearns Oquirrh Park also has a basketball gym, kids swimming lessons, water polo, karate, dance classes, and even tennis!

If you had energy when you arrive, you might not when you leave - there is so much to use it all up!

Have a great time! 

 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$5.50
  • Children$4.75 (Ages 3 to 17)
  • Free Under: 2 years
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

5am - 10pm weekdays. 7am - 10pm Sat / 12pm - 6pm Sun

All year round. Outdoor pool seasonal

I'm Hungry!

Those rumbling tummies won't rumble for long with Chompers Grill and Snack Shake, with burgers, pizza and nachos to name a few!.

Any Top Tips?

Keep an eye out for some summer special events! From Friday Night Flicks to triathlons - you might not want to miss them! .

Doing our bit

They want to keep everyone happy and safe, so if they have any regulations, make sure you follow them because they are only for your own good! .

Need a little extra help?

If you have special needs, give them a call to see how they can help you! .

Baby Facilities

They can offer childcare! .

Can I get one of those?

There is a store where they have a number of fitness accessories, as well as clothing items including swim wear. .

More information

The swimming pool times vary so check on them before you head there. The hours are more restricted than the center. .

What people are saying?

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    Not a good place to go with toddler. We're members sins 2012. In the summer outdoor pool the way too crowded people are sitting on each other. Big kids are horse playing, and running to that dumping water bucket and they splash water on baby's face and might even push the baby, don't care!!! It's if you'll find a spot to sit.
    KOPF has 3 indoor pools, one is for lap swimming is good and has many tracks, they are great. The staff there is friendly, had no problems with them.
    It also has family changing room which quite busy and you'll have to wait...Read More

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    Kids area wasn't shallow enough for our three year old.

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    It really has some nice facilities, but I've rated it so low because they always keep the pools so cold that the kids lips are blue and their teeth are chattering the whole time. Then just trying to warm them up we asked if the kids could put their feet into the hot tub. (They have two.) We were told absolutely not, that it wasn't safe. Now I ask, it's not safe for them to warm up, but it is safe to be freezing cold? We have a yearly pass, but I will not be renewing. It's cold in the indoor pool in the winter and it's cold in the outdoor pool in...Read More

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    I would certainly recommend coming here to swim. My best friend and I go swimming at this pool often. The facility is a great place, and all of the employees are very friendly.

    The one time that we weren't satisfied with our experience is when a pre-teen pulled the fire alarm. The alarm went off for such an extended amount of time that it made a few people in a group sick. We asked the manager if we could get a refund since we were only able to swim for ten minutes before the fire alarm went off, and we needed to go home because the noise made...Read More

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by Elena K.

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Not a good place to go with toddler. We're members sins 2012. In the summer outdoor pool the way too crowded people are sitting on each other. Big kids are horse playing, and running to that dumping water bucket and they splash water on baby's face and might even push the baby, don't care!!! It's if you'll find a spot to sit.
KOPF has 3 indoor pools, one is for lap swimming is good and has many tracks, they are great. The staff there is friendly, had no problems with them.
It also has family changing room which quite busy and you'll have to wait 5-20 min before you change your baby.There are only one changing table and it's in the corridor, so everybody can see. Changing rooms seems a little dirty since the water doesn't drain from the floor good. So you are changing staying in the puddle.
The biggest problem for us is that the kids are not allowed anywhere but the pool. They got TWO spa hot tubs, sauna and the steam room, all of them are not allowed for the kids under 12. You know how little kids, toddlers get cold so fast in a cold pull water? But you can't warm up baby, because even the water in their shower is cold. There is nothing there to keep the baby warm after the pool, but a towel you bring. Not much.
They said they won't let kids use the hot tub, because some parents leave their kids there unattended. And even we're not one of that parents, they don't want others to take advantage and use hot tub.
The price is reasonable.

by Mike Gordon

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I lap swim at the pool 3-5 times a week. I love the 50 meter pool. Lifeguards are great. Other people have talked about cold water temps in the pool. I disagree. When you go to get a good workout, the water is too warm causing your body temp to increase and possibly overheat. If you are going to play, the indoor splash pool is plenty warm. My only complaint - showers in the mens locker room are in great need of having the plumbing updated, especially the shower heads. Most of them don't have enough pressure to effectively rinse off the soap.

by A Google User

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It really has some nice facilities, but I've rated it so low because they always keep the pools so cold that the kids lips are blue and their teeth are chattering the whole time. Then just trying to warm them up we asked if the kids could put their feet into the hot tub. (They have two.) We were told absolutely not, that it wasn't safe. Now I ask, it's not safe for them to warm up, but it is safe to be freezing cold? We have a yearly pass, but I will not be renewing. It's cold in the indoor pool in the winter and it's cold in the outdoor pool in the summer. Even when the kids are moving about and playing and swimming, it's just still too cold. When you can't go and have a good time because you're so cold, it's just not worth it!

by A Google User

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I would certainly recommend coming here to swim. My best friend and I go swimming at this pool often. The facility is a great place, and all of the employees are very friendly.

The one time that we weren't satisfied with our experience is when a pre-teen pulled the fire alarm. The alarm went off for such an extended amount of time that it made a few people in a group sick. We asked the manager if we could get a refund since we were only able to swim for ten minutes before the fire alarm went off, and we needed to go home because the noise made a few of us sick.
The workers were so understanding and gave us a full refund and apologized for the incident.

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