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The fifth-largest city in Utah, Money.com named Sandy the 35th best place to live in the country in 2018. Tucked into the scenic Salt Lake Valley, the area was established in the mid-19th century as a farming community. Though its name remains a mystery, there are many theories around the question. Sandy’s historical district and the Sandy Museum showcases the area’s pride in its roots and growth over the last 150 years.
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.
Sandy is home to Rio Tinto Stadium, a beautiful, 25,000-seat stadium, 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. If that’s not enough for you, there’s always something happening at Mountain America 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 expos.
For shopping enthusiasts, The Shops at South Town is a huge shopping mall with just about everything your heart could desire. Major retailers include Macy’s, JCPenney, and Forever 21, while restaurants include Olive Garden, Chili’s, Mimi’s Cafe, Noodles & Company, TGI Friday’s, Village Inn, and Texas Roadhouse. Kids will love the mall’s beautiful carousel in the food court.
Sandy has more than 30 parks in its 28 square miles, some operated by the city of Sandy and others by Salt Lake County. Dimple Dell Regional Nature Park is a favorite, with 644 acres consisting of 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. Sandy’s Flat Iron Mesa Park is the largest of the Sandy City parks, with six soccer fields, two baseball fields, a volleyball court, two playgrounds, four tennis courts, and two outdoor lighted pavilions. There are also three different jogging trails.
Sandy has access to numerous hiking trails, most in Little Cottonwood Canyon. The hike up Bell Canyon, which runs past a reservoir before culminating at a waterfall, is among the most popular, but another favorite is the aptly-named Cecret Lake, an easy 1.5-mile trip to a small alpine lake. In spring and summer, the wildflowers can’t be missed!