Walking Bridge (09/05/2004) This bridge spans the mighty Dimple Dell. Do not be taken back by the lack of water in the river. There are signs that water has actually flown through this area in the past.
Walking Bridge (09/05/2004) The bridge and paved walkway through Dimple Dell park unite Sandy neighborhoods.
Swinging Tree (09/05/2004) Children play on a swing on this tree standing over Dimple Dell.
Park Bench (09/05/2004) A slanted park bench for those who are so inclined.
Swinging Tree (09/05/2004) Children playing on a make shift swing.
Dimple Dell Park (09/05/2004) Dimple Dell Park with Big Cottonwood Canyon in the distance.
Retaining Wall (09/05/2004) The houses overlooking the park have a variety of retaining walls to delay their slippage into the Dell.
Dimple Dell (09/05/2004) The dell runs through sandy loose lake bottom soil. There are houses perched over the area.
Cliffs of Sand (09/05/2004) Dimple Dell is composed of sandy lake bottom and desert soils.
Dimple Dell is a nature park in the southern end of the Salt Lake Valley near Sandy and Draper, Utah. The park stetches from the Sandy Civic Center station of Traxs toward Bells Canyon on Lone Peak Mountain. The park is a popular area for Salt Lake's equestrians.