Sandy Urban Fishery (900 West Shields Lane - 10000 South)
The Sandy Urban Fishery is a gem hidden on the western edge of Sandy City next to the Jordan River. Opened in 2009, the Sandy Urban Fishery is a 14 acre park with a 3 acre fish pond, pavilion, and playground area.
- Handicap accessible, 3 acre fish pond with maximum 12 ft. depth
- Fishing dock
- Fish cleaning station
- Park pavilion with 6 tables, a playground area, and one acre of grass
- Restrooms and drinking fountain
- 58 parking stalls
The fish pond is stocked regularly by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. It is stocked with Bluegill, Trout and Smallmouth Bass. Anglers 12 years old and older must have a fishing license to fish. There is a limit of 2 fish.
Directions to get here:
From Sandy, travel West on Sego Lily Drive (9800 South), under I-15. Continue West as the road turns in to Shields Lane until approximately 900 West. Turn right into the Sandy Urban Fishery just before crossing the Jordan River.
Pavilion Reservation Information:
The pavilion at the Sandy Urban Fishery is available for reservations. To reserve, click here.
The park is open from sunrise to 10:00 p.m. daily.