Wildlife Park is located on the Jordan River on a large plot of ground immediately south of 9600 North. This parcel is dedicated to wetlands use only and will remain in its pristine condition accessible only by the parkway running through it. Viewable at this location is the near century old trestle bridge spanning the Jordan River. Constructed prior to World War I, this single lane bridge served the farmers and families who lived here and provided quick and necessary access to the grazing lands and canyons on the County's western side. The old bridge was replaced some time ago by a modern structure, but this historic landmark remains.
No camping, firearms, archery, golfing, or alcoholic beverages. Park is maintained as a wetlands preserve.