Everyone is welcome to attend on a trial basis prior to joining the club. Annual dues are $35.00 for singles and $45.00 for couples, and can be paid at meetings. Come join us. We would love to meet you. Since we're near the end of our meetings season, if you pay dues now they are vaild for 2019 as well.

For more information, contact club president Richard Cobbley at 801-642-0179.

The Utah Water Garden Club is a non-profit organization serving the greater Salt Lake City area. We strive to foster a greater appreciation and interest in the use of water in the landscape, through monthly meetings featuring educational programs, annual pond tours and sharing our water gardening experiences. We are an organization of
volunteers dedicated to water gardening and pond keeping. Our members range from novices to commercial professionals.

Our annual Water Garden Tour is a self-guided tour of designated outstanding local gardens and outdoor spaces which showcase unique water features.

​We have all made mistakes in building our water features. We have learned what to do and what not to do through the school of hard knocks and from hearing others' experiences. We have compiled the most common questions and learned experiences into our website in hopes of helping you get a head start in making your water garden exactly what you dreamed of it being. Select your area of interest at the top of the page for helpful and insightful information.

If you don't find what you were looking for or want more information on a subject, please contact us, and we will get you answers as quickly as possible.


The club meets the third Thursday of each month, from February through October.




​Each month we publish a newsletter full of Club news, information and fun facts! Download the newest copy below, or check out our archive of past newsletters.

Members receive the newsletters each month by email. Joint now!


We had a Great Annual

Banquet & Auction!

Have a Great Winter

See You in February


The 2018 Pond Tour was a great success! Thanks to all those who opened their yards and shared their ponds.

We're looking forward to 2019!