Centennial Park is a public park owned and maintained by Riverton City located in the heart of Riverton, Utah. The park was established in 1996 and is 18.9 acres in size. Youth sports programs use the park on a near-daily basis.
Please be aware that there are softball practices and games Monday - Saturday at this park from March - October. Fields/grass space may be reserved for games/league play. Your reservation only includes the pavilion. Any additional requests for park usage may require a special event permit.
Park Amenities & Features
- Baseball / Softball Fields (3, bleacher seating)
- Dedicated Parking Lot
- Dog Waste Station
- Drinking Fountain
- Pavilion (reservable, 9 picnic tables)
- Playing Fields (3, large, football/lacrosse/soccer)
Park Pavilion Reservations
Centennial Park features a reservable pavilion with 9 picnic tables that seat approximately 85 people.
No bounce houses permitted without a certificate of insurance listing Riverton City as an additional insured. Bounce houses that feature water and slip-n-slides are not permitted under any circumstances.
Half Day (10 a.m. to 3 p.m. or 4-10 p.m.)
Full Day (10 a.m. to 10 p.m.)
13000 S 2700 W
Riverton, Utah 84065
7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Sunday - Saturday
Rules: dogs must be on leash, no alcohol, no tobacco, no glass containers, no unauthorized motor vehicles, no open fires, and no archery, paint ball, pellet or BB guns.