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Chiropractic Clinic Serving Farmington, UT
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Are you located on the East Side of Davis County, Utah? If so, you are in luck! Dr. Todd Grant provides general and preventative chiropractic services to Farminton, Utah. Farmington Is one of the most popular neighborhoods in South Davis County, home to a number of schools, shops, and restaurants. Kaysville is located North of Farmington, making it easy to access for many patients. Learn More>>
The Natural Beauty of Farmington, UT
Nestled between the base of the Wasatch Mountains and the Great Salt Lake, Farmington, UT is a modern town with a pioneer charm. The city of 14,000 was settled in 1847 and quickly became known for its natural beauty.
The northern part of Farmington lines the Wasatch Mountains, lined with five canyons with streams that lead through the city and empty into the Great Salt Lake City. One of the canyons, The Farmington Canyon, is a popular location for outdoor enthusiasts. It is known for its hiking trails, picnic areas, camping sites and fishing spots. Overall the town is home to 18,000 acres of wildlife refuge areas.Aside from the natural side of Farmington, it is also home to the Lagoon Amusement Park. The largest amusement park in Utah is home to a variety of attractions including Roller Coaster, the oldest roller coaster in America. Split into five areas Lagoon offers entertainment for everyone. There is a designated Kiddie Land as well as a Pioneer Village that pays homage to the town’s roots. Station Park also attracts visitors for its vibrant shopping and dining. The shopping center provides upscale condos located above the hottest stores and restaurants in the area.As Farmington grows, more jobs will attract people to the area. Despite its growth, Farmington continues to have a small-town charm with its lively downtown area. The area is the visual depiction of the town’s motto, “Historic Beginnings.” Farmington is proud of its pioneer roots and continues to celebrate it today.