Explore the Area | Heather Estates

Heather Estates is located in a prime location with easy access to various attractions and amenities. For nature enthusiasts, Antelope Island State Park is just a short drive away, offering stunning views and outdoor recreational activities. History buffs will appreciate the proximity to the Hill Aerospace Museum, where they can explore exhibits and learn about the history of aviation and the United States Air Force. Additionally, the nearby Job Corps offers vocational training and career opportunities for young adults. Other notable locations in the area include Layton Hills Mall, featuring a variety of shopping and dining options, and Davis Hospital and Medical Center, providing excellent healthcare services. With all of these destinations just a short distance from Heather Estates, you'll never run out of things to do and explore.

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    Chris’ Cafe

    Chris’ is a uniquely American comfort food influenced café. At Chris’, they believe that great food, great customer service and a fun environment make the dining experience unique. They use top quality ingredients and serving generous portions.

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    Gio’s Pizza

    Great cooking and Italian heritage make a wonderful mix for producing the best in terms of pizza baking that you will find anywhere around.

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    Target Grocery

    Located Conveniently minutes for Heather Estates, Target is an easy destination to meet your grocery and everyday needs.

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    Syracuse Regional Museum

    The Syracuse Regional Museum celebrates and preserves the local history of the city of Syracuse and its early citizens. The museum opened on May 10, 2002 after years of hard work by the dedicated members of the Syracuse Historical Committee.