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Attractions in Santa Clara, UT

Santa Clara Attractions (6)

Heritage Square

Museum
Established in the 1990's, Heritage Square features plaques of the original Swiss families that came to Santa Clara. An early home displays pioneer artifacts, and the Relief Society House shows where meetings were held and a silk worm industry was fostered. Grounds with a fountain provide space for peaceful contemplation and are available for rent to wedding parties and more.

Jacob Hamblin Home

Museum
Pioneer Heritage. In Santa Clara at 3356 Santa Clara Drive stands a pioneer-era home built in 1862 by Mormon craftsmen for area settler, Jacob Hamblin. The home is constructed of Ponderosa timbers from Pine Valley and local red sandstone. The building was home for Jacob Hamblin and his family and was also headquarters for his missionary work, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Jacob Hamblin was sent by Brigham Young, the Church leader at the time, as a missionary to southern Utah and became a noted Indian agent, colonizer and peacemaker. He worked out treaties with the sometimes hositle Indians and was called to mediate whenever trouble arose. The storage chamber on the back of the house was built into the hillside to assure a cool temperature to store the homegrown grains and vegetables raised by the women and younger children. The older boys, including an adopted Indian son, helped manage the herds of fine cattle and sheep. Jacob was known for his York peaches and sweet-pit apricots

Canyon View Park

Amusement Park
Family Activities Galore. Amenities: Playground, 2 Pavilions, Restrooms, Picnic Tables, Sand Volleyball, Tennis Courts, Open Grass, Ball Field, Trailhead and Drinking Fountain. Canyon View Park is Santa Clara’s oldest park. Located at the top of the hill on the heights section of Santa Clara, this park has provided residents and visitors with wonderful shade, welcoming events, and playful activities for many years. It offers a large open grass area, a ball field with bleachers and scoreboard to host Little League, softball and family play, a large and small pavilion to enjoy outdoor events, an additional pavilion with picnic tables, a sand volleyball court, and two tennis courts. The Lava Flow trail (paved) begins here, then twists and turns along Tuacahn Wash and through the Santa Clara Lava beds for more than a mile before it reaches Red Mountain Drive on the north of Santa Clara.

CJ Rowley Skate Park

Amusement Park
Baseball, Softball, and Tennis are only the start of the sports Santa Clara offers. The Skate Park is adjacent to the large Canyon View Park . (South East of Tennis Courts)

Black Rock Park

Amusement Park
Amenities: Playground, Basketball Court, Pavilion, Restrooms, Picnic Tables and Drinking Fountain. Black Rock Park is an ideal neighborhood park. It is used extensively by locals and especially by the surrounding neighborhood. Equipped with playground, basketball court, plenty of green grass to run on, and a large pavilion for shade, it meets the growing need of the community for parties, reunions, and more. Pavilion reservations can be made by calling the Santa Clara Parks Department at (435) 673-6712 x201

Archie Gubler Park

Amusement Park
Fun for the whole family all year round. Enjoy: Softball Fields and Soccer Fields (Reservation Required) Bleachers, Dugouts, Scoreboards, Storage Areas, Concession Stand, and Activity/Conference Room. 3 Park Pavilions (Reservations Suggested) Basketball Courts, Playground, Splash Pad, Restrooms, Walking Trails, Bridge to Lava Ridge Intermediate School fields Splash Pad hours of operation: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., April 1st through September 30th The facilities are used for both local and visitor play of large and small groups: regulation softball tournaments, Huntsman World Senior Games, family teams, and more.