Originally a working fruit farm, Cherry Hill has since evolved into a waterpark, campground, and family entertainment center. This 20-acre attraction in Kaysville, Utah still has over 700 trees, many of which are the cherry trees that the park obtained its name from.
Cherry Hill has a collection of waterslides, the Cardiac Canyon river tubing run, Grant's Gulch lazy river, two swimming pools and a children's water play area called Pirates Cove. Other attractions found at the park are a miniature golf course, batting cages, video arcade and the Pie Pantry Restaurant, which as expected, specializes in Cherry, Apple and Razzleberry pies.
Cherry Hill's adjacent campground has over 180 campsites accommodating tents and RVs up to 40 feet.
Phone: (801) 451-5379 (888) 4GO-CAMP Fax: (801) 451-2267
June 4, 1967
Memorial Day weekend to September
Cherry Hill is located in Kaysville, approximately 15 minutes north of Salt Lake City. The park is located on Highway 273 (S Main St). From Salt Lake City take Interstate 15 North to 89 North and exit at South Main Street.