Waite Vision provides life-changing vision correction for Salt Lake City residents in a brand-new, leading-edge facility. Our property is conveniently situated with quick access to the interstate so that you can easily get to our facility from anywhere in Utah. Upon entering our lobby, you’ll immediately feel at ease, knowing that our services are second to none. You’ll notice that we only use the most cutting-edge equipment as we take you through your full diagnostic testing. Our facility is well-situated to accommodate patients from across the state and beyond.
We are located at:
3333 N Digital Dr #300, Lehi, UT 84043
From Downtown Salt Lake City:
Waite Vision is located just 25 miles from Downtown Salt Lake City making your drive to better vision quick and convenient.
From the Airport
For simple arrivals and departures for patients traveling to our location, Waite Vision’s Salt Lake City LASIK surgery center is only 30 miles from the Salt Lake International Airport.
Here are some famous locations in Salt Lake City that you should visit now that you have great vision…
Natural History Museum of Utah
On a chilly or rainy day in Salt Lake City, the Natural History Museum of Utah is a fantastic family activity. The museum, which has 1.6 million pieces in its collection, is housed in a magnificent concrete building with copper siding and soaring ceilings. It contains more than 40,000 square feet of exhibit space and teaching resources. Amazing views of the city and valley may be seen from the observation platform.
The digital globe, dinosaur fossils, and a three-story indoor canyon are just a few of the attractions of the almost 5,000 objects that are typically on display. Paleontology, Anthropology, Entomology, Vertebrate Zoology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Malacology are among the seven permanent collections.
Red Butte Garden, in the foothills of Salt Lake City and a favorite destination among locals, is situated next to the Natural History Museum. If you’re in the area in the spring, it’s worth a visit. The spring blossoms in the garden are renowned.
Temple Square is a part of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is where Mormons go to worship. Beautiful flowering trees, vibrant flowerbeds, fountains, and four significant Mormon structures—the Mormon Temple, the Mormon Tabernacle, the Temple Annex, and the Assembly Hall—are spread out across 35 acres. Along with these magnificent structures, there are a number of historical markers honoring significant figures and occasions in the faith.
It’s relaxing to stroll around Temple Square, especially in the spring and summer when the flowers and trees are in bloom. This area also has a number of excellent restaurants that are great places to stop for lunch and a coffeehouse.
The State Capitol
The Utah State Capitol is located on Capitol Hill in the Salt Lake city limits, 300 feet above the city, at the north end of State Street. The Utah House of Representatives, Senate, and Supreme Court are all housed in this impressive, neoclassical dome structure.
You can schedule a tour with a travel guide or explore the building on your own. Don’t forget to gaze up at the ceiling murals and take in the view of the city and the surrounding mountains that can be seen from the top of the main outside stairway. Simply head northeast from Temple Square to the end of State Street, and you’ll find yourself on Capitol Hill.
The tabernacle is a huge oval structure with a dome resting on 44 piers of sandstone. With more than 6,500 seats, the minimalist interior is renowned for its excellent acoustics. Free tours are available all day long, and a fascinating acoustics demonstration is also given. If you’re lucky, you might even be able to go to a regularly scheduled, free performance or concert.
The famed Tabernacle Choir gallery is located at the western end, while the enormous organ with its incredible 11,623 pipes is located above it. Music and the Spoken Word, a radio and television program, has its historical broadcasting headquarters here.
A fantastic family-friendly attraction in the Salt Lake area is the Hogle Zoo. It is easily accessible from the city’s center despite being situated on the eastern outskirts. The 42-acre zoo is home to nearly 800 animals from various countries.
There are seven main exhibits available: the Small Animal Building, the Great Apes, the Primate Forest, Rocky Shores, the African Savanna, the Elephant Encounter, and the World of Flight.
Kids can enjoy the Lighthouse Point Splash zone on hot summer days, ride a miniature train that passes directly by the lion cages or ride a historical carousel for a small fee.
Big Cottonwood Canyon
Big Cottonwood Canyon is a canyon located in the Wasatch Range in the U.S. state of Utah, 12 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. Many people love to visit Salt Lake in the summertime because of the activities available in the 15-mile-long canyon which include hiking, mountain biking, picnics, rock climbing, camping, and fishing. Skiers and snowboarders enjoy visiting Brighton and Solitude, two of its four ski resorts. The Big Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Byway, which spans the length of the canyon to Guardsman Pass at the summit, provides access to Park City during the summer.
The canyon’s mountain lakes, such as Mary, Martha, and Katherine, are popular destinations for hikers. The most well-traveled hiking trail through the canyon leads to Lakes Blanche, Florence, and Lillian.
City Creek Center
Utah’s top shopping and dining destination, City Creek Center, has 110 retailers and restaurants, including The Capital Grille, Coach, Nordstrom, Macy’s, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Free People, Anthropologie, Kendra Scott, Fabletics, and more. At the customer service desk, they offer visitor amenities like bus/TRAX light rail route information for the Salt Lake City area, local event and attraction information, free wheelchairs, exclusive shopping packages offered by boutique hotels, and much more. If you are traveling more than 50 miles to City Creek Center, they will provide you with a free Passport to Shopping booklet with a special selection of discounts and deals from chosen merchants and restaurants.
More about Waite Vision’s Hometown
The capital and most populated city of Utah in the United States is Salt Lake City (commonly shortened to Salt Lake and abbreviated as SLC). The most populated county in Utah, Salt Lake County, has its seat here. The Salt Lake City metropolitan region, which had a population of 1,257,936 in 2020, is centered in the city.
The history of Salt Lake City began when early pioneer immigrants under Brigham Young’s leadership established it on July 24, 1847. They were looking to flee the persecution they had endured while residing further east. The pioneers who would become known as the Mormons arrived in a semi-arid valley and started designing and constructing a vast irrigation system that would be able to feed the populace and encourage future growth.
The Salt Lake City street grid is based on a typical compass grid pattern, with the Salt Lake meridian’s origin at the southeast corner of Temple Square (the location in the center of Salt Lake City that is home to the Salt Lake Temple). Salt Lake City is the western border of the Wasatch Front, a chain of contiguous cities and towns stretched along the Wasatch Range. The city was initially known as Great Salt Lake City because of its proximity to the Great Salt Lake. The word “Great” was removed from the city’s name in 1868.
Skiing and outdoor recreation are the mainstays of Salt Lake City’s thriving tourism industry. It is notorious for its politically liberal culture, which contrasts with the state’s overall strong conservatism. It serves as the nation’s industrial banking hub. Numerous colleges and universities are also located in Salt Lake City and the surrounding area, including the University of Utah, the state’s premier research institution.
The city’s economy is heavily influenced by the local, state, and federal governments. Trade, transportation, and utilities also contribute significantly to employment, with the Delta hub at Salt Lake City International Airport serving as the region’s largest employer. Professional and business services are equally important, and Intermountain Healthcare, the largest healthcare organization in the Intermountain West, is one of the major employers in the health services and health educational sectors.
Well-known Employers in the Salt Lake City Utah Area Include:
- Zion’s Bancorporation
- Intermountain Healthcare
- EPAM Systems
- Resource Management
- Innophos Holdings
- Myriad Genetics
As Waite Vision patients, numerous staff members from these businesses have experienced improvements in their vision!
When it comes to professional sports, the National Basketball Association team, the Utah Jazz, calls Salt Lake City its home. The Utah symphony and opera, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, a children’s museum, an art gallery, ballet and the Utah Museum of Natural History are among the city’s cultural institutions.
The Salt Palace Convention Center, located in Salt Lake City’s downtown, is host to meetings and special events of all sizes. Guests may easily access adjacent lodging, dining, shopping, and other amenities. Highlights of the venue include the 679,000 square feet of event space, the numerous conference spaces, and the first-rate catering.
135 different bird species are housed in Liberty Park’s Tracy Aviary. Every year from June through October, the Utah Shakespearean Festival is hosted. Several state parks are close by, and the Wasatch National Forest borders the city on the east and the north. On the outskirts of Salt Lake is, Fort Douglas which was established in 1862.
From amusement parks, a live music venue, coffee shops, arts & entertainment, world-class food and exciting nightlife, Salt Lake City Utah has something for everyone. Waite Vision was developed with you in mind, and we are pleased to be redefining vision correction in Utah.