10676 S. 300 W.
South Jordan, UT 84095
Phone: (801) 572-2020
Fax: (801) 572-2459
Crescent Park is a wonderful park ideal for a family day out. The open spaces of the park are perfect for bringing a picnic while kids can spend time in the play area.
Visit this exciting aquarium for educational exhibits and interactive displays exploring the world under the sea.
Lone Peak Park is a beautiful local park offering facilities like a skate park, basketball court, ball diamonds, a tiny play area and much more. The park is also perfect for a walk.
Conservation Garden Park is located in West Jordan, Utah. The project is designed to adhere to LEEDS platinum standards and has five acres (two hectares) of demonstration gardens and water-based landscape exhibits. It showcases some of the best technologies for environment-friendly buildings as well. It is set up to promote sustainable development and importance of resource-efficiency for future generations.
Laser Quest offers a game experience with a high-tech twist. The exciting game is played in a large, multi-level arena featuring specialty lighting, swirling fog and heart-pounding music.
The ten acres of gardens here are sure to inspire both serious and novice gardeners with new ideas. A vegetable garden, herb garden, rose garden and water garden are among the areas where visitors can browse and learn. Free classes are offered each week during the spring and summer on square foot gardening and grow-box gardening. The garden shop is well stocked with plants, flowers and garden decor and well staffed with knowledgeable, helpful clerks.
Thanksgiving Point is fun family destination that includes its own museum, gardens and educational center. The entire brood will love spending time at the animal farm and discovery garden which educates young and old about the wonders of nature. Aimed at giving back to the community, Thanksgiving Point is a great place to visit while in Utah.
The Castle Of Chaos is an interactive haunted house which is fun for the whole family. The costumes may not be realistic and gut-wrenchingly scary, but they are fun and the actor full of life and vigor. They also have mystery solving where one can act like a detective and try and solve a mystery within the castles haunted walls. The 3D area has great artwork, and the actors seem to morph off the walls. With the X-scream section you are pushed to every limit as you deal with elements such as water, claustrophobia and peoples brains! So go on, try and solve the mystery of the castle and have a frightful ball while you're at it.
City kids love to visit this park where farm animals of all kinds are displayed and explained. Children are awed by how big the horses are and love to watch the cows get milked. Sheep, goats and ostriches seem as interested in the children as the children are in them. An incubator houses hatching quail and chicken eggs and an aquarium shows off both turtles and fish. A nominal donation is requested.
This spacious recreation area in Salt Lake City is full of hiking and biking trails and beautiful scenery. Discover babbling brooks, various designated picnic areas, and rushing waterfalls. Hike along one of the many trails to find a meadow full of flowers or gorgeous vista point perfect for taking in the views. And with such a cheap entrance fee for vehicles, visiting the park with family and friends is a cost effective and fun outdoor activity.
When you are driving or strolling on the South State Street, this gigantic bowling pin is simply hard to miss. Towering over the ground, the red pin is illuminated with neon lights and looks particularly awesome during the night. Huge Neon Bowling Pin makes a statement about all the wonderful bowling action that awaits visitors inside the state-of-the-art Ritz Classic Bowl and is a text-book example of old-school advertising. The letters 'Classic Bowling' beckons visitors of all ages and makes it an attraction that should be a part of your holiday pictures.
The Forest Dale Historic District is an integral part of the Sugar House area. It is bounded by 700 East, Interstate 80, Commonwealth Avenue, and 900 East. In 1890, the cohesive core of the Forest Dale Historic District was attached to it. Though the surrounding area is heavily infested with traffic, the Forest Dale Historic District manages to retain its serenity owing to the thick trees that line the area. The houses and bungalows from the 1890s era are still intact. A walk through this area will give you a chance to see structures based on the Late Victorian and High Victorian Eclectic styles of architectural designing.