Picking just one favorite cult classic film may be hard, but this one is sure to be on most people's list. These Sandlot filming locations in Utah will let you follow in your favorite team's steps, and relive some nostalgic moments along the way. Grab those famous black Converse sneakers and get ready to explore some seriously epic throwback spots.
You can follow the path of destruction caused by Benny and "The Beast" during the infamous dog chase, or scope out the iconic swimming pool where Squints snags his Wendy Peffercorn kiss.
Regardless of which spots you visit, you will likely find yourself quoting some of the most memorable lines. Don't forget to snap a collection of awesome photos that'll showcase your memories "FOR-EV-ER."
"Vincent Drug Store"
Location: 7696 N. Main St., Midvale, UT
Why You Need To Go: Though the drugstore no longer stands, you can visit the spot where the boys had to purchase their new baseballs.
The "Local" Swimming Pool
Location: 769 Canyon Rd., Ogden, UT
Why You Need To Go: Visit the spot where Squints snagged a kiss from the lifeguard before getting kicked out of the pool.
Riverside Park — The Boys Play The Rich Kids
Location: 1490 W. 600 N., Salt Lake City, UT
Why You Need To Go: You can visit nearby Rose Park Field, where the squad teamed up against the "rich" kids in their rivalry game.
Liberty Park/Founder's Day Picnic Scene
Location: 600 E. 900 S., Salt Lake City, UT
Why You Need To Go: Relive the scene where Benny and the beast ran through the Founder's Day Picnic.
State Street/Carnival Scene
Location: State Street, American Fork, UT
Why You Need To Go: Wander the street where the carnival took place, and the unfortunate boys' evening took a turn for the gross after trying "chaw."
Hook & Ladder Co.
Location: 1313 W. California Ave., Salt Lake City, UT
Why You Need To Go: This local eatery features Sandlot wall art so you can feel like you're visiting the real lot where the team played their games.
We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.