No. of Holes/Par: 9/31
Total Yards: 2500 yards
Features a 9-hole executive golf course, 18-hole putting green and a lighted driving range with grass and mat hitting tee boxes making it the finest practice range in the area. Other features include an 18-hole miniature golf course and snack bar with an outdoor barbecue area for full-course meals.
Explore over 500 miles of trails in Davis County. Get your FREE trail map today at any city office or bike shop in Davis County.
The trail systems in Davis County offer both paved and natural surface trails, mountain trails and lakeshore trails accommodating a wide range of users from bikers and joggers to walkers and strollers. This link provides details on a wide variety of trails within the County.
Davis County’s wide selection of trails (including those on Antelope Island) offers a unique rural/urban quality of life amenity to residents and businesses. Many trails include a great view of the world famous Great Salt Lake and have an abundance of wildlife.
Cities within the County also provide trail systems that access the popular D & RG Rail Trail and the Legacy Parkway Trail.
Dart tag is an interactive experience that is fun for the whole family. Team up with mom and dad or brother and sister in games such as total team elimination. Foam darts and disc are a safe, fun way to tag the opposing team and allows us to include everyone from ages 5 and up.
Offers roller skating, arcade, laser tag, mini bowling, and bouncing.
Located by the Layton Hill Mall. Plenty of shopping, restaurants, and parking.
Layton Hills Mall is the premier shopping mall in Layton, UT, just minutes from Salt Lake City. The mall not only offers shopping but family entertainment, for example at SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium, Dartside, Great Room Escape, Tinseltown 17 movie theater and more.
The mall is anchored by Dillard’s, JCPenney and Dick’s Sporting Goods; and features Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Buckle, The Children’s Place, Christopher & Banks, Foot Locker, Hollister Co., Hot Topic, Journeys, PacSun, Victoria’s Secret, and more than 80 of your favorite stores.
Find quality food here as well.
Found just off of I-15 in Layton Hills Mall property, is the Great Room Escape. Participants enter a room with only one hour to escape. Clues and puzzles hidden throughout the room provide the necessary tools to meet your object. This makes for a great team-building activity or unique family entertainment, where problem solving and teamwork are key to the mysterious adventure. Book your room escape today!
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Layton’s ONLY live Theatre.
OPPA! exists to educate, entertain, and inspire children, adults and audiences with theatrical productions that range from musicals, plays, and new works; we train and support the next generation of theatre artists; we provide arts education programs that promote life-long learning; and we celebrate the power of theatre to bring together our community.
For more information please visit our website at http://www.onpitchperformingarts.com follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
Located by Layton Hills Mall, east of Interstate 15.
Urban Air is the ultimate indoor adventure park. People know them for trampolines (because they’re awesome), but that’s just the tip of the Urban Air iceberg. Once inside, you’ll see what they mean. It takes an adventurous soul to experience all their attractions in one visit. Lucky for you, they’re open 7-days a week.
The Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve is a unique system of salt and fresh water marshes, ponds, pools, sloughs and mudflats. It is a rich feeding ground for tens of thousands of migrating birds, which use the Great Salt Lake as a resting point on their journeys from Canada to points in Central and South America. In fact, some of the largest gatherings of wildlife ever recorded on the Great Salt Lake have been observed here.
The innovative visitor center at the Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve offers you the chance to experience and learn about the wetlands and its birds while keeping your feet dry!
Take an audio tour use the following GPS-triggered story-telling application, to hear little-known stories about the area for regular and new visitors alike: http://www.travelstorys.com/great-salt-lake-shorelands
Go to 3200 West Gentile and turn south on 3200 West.
We are the ultimate backyard nature shop. We strive to help families enjoy wild birds. Birds are a wonderful keyhole into the natural world. As a valuable community resource, our outreach programs provide education including:
- Nature/Bird Walks
- Seminars and presentations
- Scouting groups
- Home & Garden Clubs
- Civic Clubs
- Birding Clubs
- Our aim is to foster appreciation for the natural world among people of all ages, and particularly to help children enjoy their backyard birds. We believe that as individuals become connected with nature through feeding and watching wild birds, they will gain appreciation and respect for the natural world.
A 100,000 square feet of food, games and attractions for the whole family. From arcade games to thrill seeking activities, fun is on the agenda. Throughout the center you will stumble across a variety of arcade games. Allegiant has more than just your typical attractions. Try out the latest escape rooms, climbing walls, soft play areas, go-kart tracks, bowling, black light miniature golf, two-story laser tag arenas, and virtual reality bays.
Indoor pool with outside summer access. Offers fun activities year ’round.
The mission of the Davis Arts Council (DAC) is to “strengthen and enrich our community through the power of the arts.”
The heart of our mission rests on a starry summer night at the Kenley Amphitheater, which we consider to be the “front Porch” of Layton City and northern Davis County. Each summer, DAC’s “Summer Nights with the Stars” season of music, theatre, and dance brings an eclectic mix of local, national, and international performers right to the “front porch” of Layton City and northern Davis County. Performances have included the incredible talent of Chicago, Olivia Newton-John, Foreigner, The Beach Boys, Judy Collins, Huey Lewis & The News, Three Dog Night, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and so many more.
As accessibility is a key component to fulfilling our mission, DAC presents many free programs and services as well, including our “Free Sunday Night Concert Series” at the Kenley Amphitheater; Active Stages: Arts in Education, seen by over 10,000 Davis County Students annually; “ Snow Horse Visual Arts Gallery,” a partnership with the Davis Conference Center; and the “Davis Arts Chamber Music Series”. We then conclude our programmatic year with a holiday celebration of music we like to call “DAC the Halls.”
The Davis Arts Council’s vision is to be an exemplary community arts organization recognized for presenting the highest-quality artistic programs that are accessible year-round to our entire community.
In 1995, the Davis Arts Council partnered with Layton City, corporate sponsors, and private donors to build the Edward A. Kenley Centennial Amphitheater.
Since that time Davis Arts Council has proudly packed it each summer with some of the greatest talents of our time: Chicago, The Doobie Brothers, Foreigner, Styx, and Olivia Newton John to name only a few.
We also feature dozens of local performers yearly and are proud to showcase the wealth of talent Utah has to offer.
The Kenley is right in the heart of Layton Park and can hold 1800 people at capacity. In addition to the serene landscaping and view of the mountains, you’ll also often see a flock of geese fly over. We like to think of the Kenley as one of the many gems of Layton.
If you’re interested in renting the amphitheater, contact Layton City Parks and Recreation at (801) 336-3900.
Hill Aerospace Museum is located on approximately 30 acres on the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base, Utah, about five miles south of Ogden. The museum was founded in 1981 as a part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program and first opened in 1986. It moved to its current facility in 1991. We hosted our 1 millionth visitor in the spring of 1996 and we annually have around 180,000 visitors, coming from every state and from many foreign countries