Willow Creek Park is located off of Old Ranch Road at 4460 Split Rail Lane.
Within the 17.5 acres of developed park space are three multi-use playing fields, four fenced tennis courts, four fenced pickleball courts, a basketball court, volleyball courts, and a picnic pavilions. Two play areas are featured, along with a five station exercise par course along the paved trail surrounding the park. There is also the Willow Creek Dog Park which consists of 2.4 fenced-in acres, consisting of a walking path, trees, pavilions for shade, a fetch and agility area, a floating dock, and zero entry beach into the 1-acre irrigation pond (dog park rules). The pond will be used as part of the dog park in the summer months and for ice skating during the winter months (winter pond rules). Park hours are dawn to dusk. Restroom facilities are available on site. Pets must be leashed at all times, except in the off-leash dog park, and are not permitted in the playground area. Park pavilions are available for rental. Due to seasonal fire risks, only propane barbeques are permitted within the pavilion areas.
Adjacent to the developed park space, there are 66 acres of undeveloped open space under a conservation easement with Utah Open Lands. The Willow Creek trailhead provides parking and convenient access to many Snyderville Basin trails. Willow Creek Park provides a welcome rest stop along the East Highway 224 Connector Trail from Park City to Kimball Junction.