Dimple Dell Regional Park
10600 South 1300 East, Sandy | Directions
Trail Detour Notice:
Restoration work will begin April 2020 to return the amphitheater area to a natural state. Please watch for construction traffic near the Dimple Dell Road trailhead and follow detour signage.
Construction for the White City Canal Trailis underway. Crews are working along the old canal from Big Bear Park to Carnation Drive and building a pedestrian bridge to span over Dimple Dell Regional Park at approximately 800 East. Temporary trail detours in Dimple Dell will be in place Monday-Friday from 9 am-5 pm through project completion.
About the Park
Dimple Dell Regional Park is a vast 630 acres of natural area that runs from east to west among the growing neighborhoods of Sandy. The park includes more than 15 miles of trails for hikers, bicyclists and horseback riders.
- Restrooms - Wrangler & Dimple Dell Road Trailhead
- Picnic Tables
- Hiking & Equestrian trails
Dimple Dell Regional Park is most easily accessed at Wrangler Trailhead on 1300 East, where there is parking, restroom facilities, picnic tables, and a drinking fountain available. Several pedestrian access points are also available . View the park map for more details.
|Wrangler||10600 South 1300 East, Sandy||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Dimple Dell Road||2879 East Dimple Dell Road, Sandy||Yes||No||Yes|
|Mount Jordan||3015 East Mount Jordan Road, Sandy||Yes||No||No|
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) News:
Coming in late fall 2020: New accessible parking spaces and restrooms will be added to the following Dimple Dell Regional Park trailheads:
- Dimple Dell Road
- Badger Cove