Inlet Park was first realized during the dredging work on the Jordan River during the 1980's. It takes its name from the simple fact that it is located at the "inlet" to the Jordan River and Utah Lake. This 4-plus acre site serves not only as a trailhead for the Jordan River Parkway in Utah County, the open grassy expanses offer a lot of room for users who frequent the park. Other than those obvious uses, Inlet also provides quick access to both Utah Lake and the Jordan River for fishermen and other related uses. In a cooperative agreement with Saratoga Springs, future development of the park will offer a wider assortment of family oriented activities.