Skaters Love This Sandy, Utah Park
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Start planning your summer adventures today

It’s never too early to start planning your summer fun! Salt Lake Valley is home to parks of all kinds. Some have historical themes, others are designed for quiet reflection and remembrance. There are parks for walking, hiking, and biking. Now, ball parks? There are plenty here! No, the county did not forget your pets, there are dog parks galore in this family-oriented valley. Utah takes its recreation seriously.

In Sandy, Utah, Lone Peak Park is a local favorite with nearly 29 acres of fun. This is the second largest park in Sandy (and that’s saying something because Sandy features more than 32 parks within 28 square miles). This park abuts Dimple Dell Regional Nature Park and other Salt Lake County recreation areas.

Lone Peak Park is a skater’s paradise and a parent’s best friend during the dog days of summer. It’s located at 10140 S 700 E, Sandy, UT 84070.

Following are some of the other features here:

  • indoor pavilion (great for events and gatherings)
  • 3 outdoor lighted pavilions
  • 3 full sized soccer fields
  • 2 baseball/softball fields
  • scorekeepers’ building
  • concession stand
  • 2 playgrounds
  • 1 basketball court
  • walking/jogging path surrounding the park

The pavilions are available for reservation in case you’re planning a family get-together, a church gathering, or a fun barbecue with friends. 

To learn more about reserving a pavilion, click here.

Roll on Sandy Skaters!

The Lone Peak Skatepark is suitable for people of all ages and abilities who love to skateboard, practice in-line skating and ride BMX freestyle bikes.

These are high-adventure outdoor activities and as long as everyone plays it safe, it’s great exercise. Remember park administrators require:

  • knee pads
  • elbow pads
  • wrist guards

Public restrooms are open April 15 to Oct. 15. Soda and water are available from vending machines. Make sure your children stay well hydrated. There are phones available inside the park so skaters and bikers can check in with their families.

If you’re looking for a great family community, Sandy, Utah is the place to be. Call or text me at 801-673-3333 for help finding your little piece of the American dream. You’re welcome to send an email to me at c[email protected]