Prepare for a great experience in our one-of-a-kind outdoor space! See our seasonal tips at the bottom of this page.
Fly through the air and get a new perspective on your surroundings as they whoosh past.
Balance, hop and climb red rocks. The water is off in the winter, but there's still lots to discover.
Make tracks with your boots, build a snow fort, or just run as fast as you can.
Use shovels and dump trucks to move sand, dig holes, make piles and create sand sculptures.
Discover our state's outdoor phenomena, like canyons, ruins and sand dunes.
Hop in the back of our 1953 green Chevy or find your way through the straw bale maze.
Dress for the weather. It may be cold or wet. Warm coats and boots will keep you cozy as you play outside. Bring a change of clothes and extra socks.
Joy Park closes in the event of inclement weather and/or extreme temperature conditions (temperatures under 25° and over 100°). Joy Park (or any of it's components) may also be closed for safety reasons at the discretion of Museum staff.
We wanted to help other non-profit organizations craft world-class learning experiences, so we created The Exhibits Team. Our exhibit experts can provide advice on the many decisions involved with designing, fabricating, installing and maintaining museum exhibits.