Cherry Hill Resort also offers camping, water park, mini golf, and batting cages.
Monday – Thursday from 4pm – 9pm, Fridays from 4pm – 9pm, Saturdays from 10am – 10pm, Closed Sundays
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.
Hands on Art for Everyone is a painting pottery and art studio, that offers a great venue of entertainment and art skill building program to individuals of any ages.
Either you are looking to have a great time by your own or as a group we have the perfect fit for your needs. With a selections of more than 120 pieces, our ceramic studio offers a variety of choices from home decor, dinnerware to children banks and collectible figures for your enjoyment or to brighten anyone’s day when you present it as gift. We also offer Acrylic on Canvas parties and workshops.
Our facility is the perfect place to celebrate Birthdays, Bridal Shower, Proms and even team building activities for Companies.
We also have the best art program starting from ages 3 and up. We focus on building artistic skills, attention span, creativity, confidence and self-esteem. Call us today for more information about our program and check our web page to find out what parents think about Hands on Art!!
No. of Holes/Par: 18/72
Total Yards: 7013 yards
A private, membership-only golf course located near I-15 in Farmington, Utah. Reservations required. Features include a snack bar, pull and motorized carts, plus driving range. Attached to the course is a large club house for year-round dining, corporate meetings and receptions.
No. of Holes/Par: 18/71
Total Yards: 6472
Davis Park Golf Course is a public golf course located on the benches of Fruit Heights, Utah. The course has beautiful views of the valley, lake, and mountains. It is known for its smooth putting surfaces and great staff.
Small theater… BIG value! Providing top-rated movies on multiple screens using the latest digital technology, all at a bargain price. Famous for their fresh popcorn, free refills and popular candy selection. Family-owned business.
Lagoon is an amusement park in Farmington, Utah, located about seventeen miles (27 km) North of Salt Lake City. It has ten roller coasters including; Colossus the Fire Dragon, a double looping coaster; White Roller Coaster, one of the oldest coasters in the world operating since 1921; Wicked, a fast and thrilling experience; Cannibal, with one of the world’s steepest drops; and more! It also has an assortment of kiddie rides, family rides, and extreme amusement rides.
It also has Lagoon A Beach aquatic playground! Beat the heat in the six acres of surging slides, twisting hydro tubes, crystal waterfalls, bubbling fountains, and lazy river.
Lagoon also has a live performance stage full of music and choreography to awe you.
You can also experience history at Lagoon’s Pioneer Village and Museum, where historic pioneer homes are preserved.
During September / October Lagoon is open for Frightmares – where you can experience the park plus Halloween entertainment like haunted houses.
Lagoon is the ultimate family entertainment experience in Davis County.
Station Park is a mixed-use town center with shopping, dining and entertainment available. Station Park is conveniently adjacent to the UTA commuter rail station at the southwest corner of Park Lane and I-15/Legacy Highway. The property is located in Farmington City, Davis County, Utah- just 15 miles north of Salt Lake City. Station Park is owned by CenterCal Properties, LLC. CenterCal Properties owns and operates 14 shopping and power centers in the western U.S., encompassing over 4 million square feet of retail.
CUSTOM TREASURES IN 3 EASY STEPS!
- Pick a piece of pottery from our shelves.
- Design, decorate and doodle, As You Wish!
- In just a few days, your piece will be glazed, fired and ready to pick up.
Station Park outdoor shopping complex is located in Farmington just west of Interstate 15, on Park Lane. Many stores and restaurants are located there.
In 1847 Hector C. Haight settled in North Cottonwood, now Farmington, followed by others and a ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was organized 1849, Joseph L. Robinson, Bishop. In 1861 this cabin, built for Charles W. Penrose by his friends, was typical of the homes of that day. It was moved log by log to the courthouse grounds, rebuilt and dedicated 1926 as a Daughters of Utah Pioneers’ relic hall. Returned to its original site in 1956.
Great Salt Lake Bird Festival starts the Thursday after Mother’s Day.
On-line registration and program at http://www.GreatSaltLakeBirdFest.com
- 5 days of guided birding field trips (car, van, boat, kayak, horse-back)
- 1 ½ days of free workshops, vendors, student art show, family/youth activities
- Well-known Keynote Speaker and Dutch oven dinner
High Schools in the Davis School District offer very professional live theater at reasonable prices. Check the web site for fall and spring performances.
Excellent bird watching and fall waterfowl hunting – over 200 species have been documented.
Stop at the Visitor Center (look for the large white ball-like antenna) and drive out to the dikes, then walk or bike for excellent bird watching opportunities.
No. of Holes/Par: 18/72
Total Yards: 6652 yards
Consistently ranked as one of the top rated public courses in Utah. It’s received Golf Digest’s “Top 75” public golf courses in America and a 4-star value golf course ranking. Features scenic elevated tees and challenging greens. Offers great hole variety with beautiful views of the Wasatch Mountains and the Great Salt Lake.
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.
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.