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.

Park Amenities:

  • 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

Fish Information:
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.