Sandy, in the South Valley, is one of Salt Lake City's largest suburbs and the sixth-largest city in Utah. Situated at the foot of the Wasatch and adjacent to Little Cottonwood Canyon, Sandy offers excellent outdoor recreation, plus shopping, dining, and entertainment.
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Real Salt Lake and Rio Tinto Stadium
Rio Tinto Stadium is a beautiful, 25,000-seat stadium in the Salt Lake City suburb of Sandy, Utah and was built as a home for Salt Lake's Major League Soccer club, Real Salt Lake. Besides soccer, Rio Tinto hosts a variety of concerts and sports events.
9256 South State
Sandy UT, 84070
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There's always something happening at South Towne Expo Center. Some of the expo center's most popular annual events include the Festival of Trees, Asian Fair, international auto show, home shows, boat shows, bridal expo, gluten free expo, and outdoor expo. Check the website for upcoming exhibitions.
9575 S. State St.
Sandy, UT 84070
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The Shops at South Towne is a huge shopping mall with just about everything your heart could desire. Major retailers include Macys, Dillard's, JCPenney, and Forever 21. Restaurants include Olive Garden, Chili's, Mimi's Cafe, McGrath's Fish House, TGI Friday, Village Inn, and Texas Roadhouse. The mall features a beautiful carousel in the food court.
10450 South State Street
Sandy, UT 84070
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Sandy has more than 30 parks in its 28 square miles, some operated by Sandy City and others by Salt Lake County. Notable Sandy parks are listed below.
Dimple Dell Regional Nature Park (10400 S. 1300 E.) - 644 acres of natural area with multiple trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, natural history study areas, interpretive sites, ponds and streams, and native plants and wildlife. Trailhead areas include picnic facilities and restrooms. A large outdoor amphitheater is also available.
Flat Iron Mesa Park (1700 E. 8600 S.) - Flat Iron is the largest of the Sandy City parks, with 6 soccer fields, 2 baseball fields, 1 volleyball court, 2 playgrounds, 4 tennis courts, and 2 outdoor lighted pavilions. There are three different jogging trails, ranging from 1/3 to 1 mile in length.
Lone Peak Park (10140 S. 700 E.) - The second largest Sandy City park offers a skate park, indoor pavilion, 3 outdoor lighted pavilions, 3 soccer fields, 2 baseball/softball fields, score keepers building,... concession stand, 2 playgrounds, 1 basketball court, and a walking/jogging path surrounding the park.
Sandy Off-Leash Dog Park (9980 S. 300 E.) - The Sandy off leash dog park is one acre fenced in with trees, benches, and a walking trail.
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Sandy city includes dozens of restaurants of all types, including fast food, fast casual, national chains, fine dining and independently owned restaurants. Here are a few of Sandy's notable restaurants.
Fratelli - homemade Italian
La Caille - gourmet food in a fabulous French chateau setting, amazing brunches
Royal India - one of SLC's best and most popular Indian restaurants
Salt City Burger Company - homemade burgers, fries, shakes and salads
Tin Roof Grill - gourmet pizzas, sandwiches, small plates, amazing desserts. Tin Roof Grill was featured on the Food Network show "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives."
Tiburon Fine Dining - elegant contemporary American cuisine, local game dishes
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All Star Bowling and Entertainment
All Star Lanes offers bowling, laser tag and an arcade. Ask about their "kids bowl free" program during the summer.
10535 S. State Street
Sandy, Ut 84070
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