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 one of my favourites, 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 amphitheatre 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.
Always make sure you always have plenty of water to keep hydrated even in cooler weather. Bug spray would also come in handy or pre-spray before you begin your walk.