Porter Rockwell Trail

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The Porter Rockwell Trail runs between Pioneer Avenue in Sandy and Minuteman Drive at Point of the Mountain. The paved trail follows an abandoned rail corridor through the suburbs south of Salt Lake City and provide an important link for neighborhoods, schools, businesses, shopping and recreation.

There is one short break in the trail between E 12300 S and Park Road. Heading southbound, the trail picks up again at Park Road at Draper City Park (behind the library). Use Pioneer Road (E 12400 S) and S 970 E to link the disjointed segments.

Parking and Trail Access

From north to south, park at the train station lot between E 8800 S and E 8960 S; at the South Towne Exposition Center (9575 South State St. restrictions may apply); at Dewey Bluth Park (Sego Lily Dr @ 115 E); at Sandy City Dog Park (300 East 9980 South St.); or at Draper City Park (12500 South 1300 East).


Great Family Ride

   October, 2015 by libbycain

We started at Dewey Bluth Park in Sandy with our thee kids (5,4, and infant). The park was a great place to park with lots of shade, bathroom and playground. We left at 1p which was fine because it's October, but if it was midsummer it would be best to ...read more

Awesome ride

   April, 2015 by kebler2dogs

We rode this for the first time from the train station on 700 to the dog park in Sandy. We were impressed with the trail and just as impressed with the park. We will be doing this trail again soon. looking forward to doing some of the other trails in ...read more

Sandy Rail Trail, Porter Rockwell

   October, 2010 by noeljkelller

Trail is 1.9 miles along active UTA/TRAX & 3.2 miles along seldom used Tracks. Surface in good condition. Most Street crossings require going to nearest crosswalk, some with signals, some not. Between 11800 & 11900 a small gap requires using a Bike Lane ...read more