The 5600 West Traps in Salt Lake County are actually comprised of two locations. The main location is at 700 South and about 4800 West. The other location is an L-shape, following two roads--150 South from 5600 West to 5200 West; then 5200 West form 150 South to 300 South. The first location is a large patch of trees at a power company substation. A canal runs along the west end here and provides a nice water feature. The property is private so you can only bird from the road here. The other location along the L-shape, follows two canals that have a few Russian Olives and other trees. Both can be birded by foot, or from car.
These two areas aren't birded often, but the remote patches of trees can be good during big migration days at nearby locations. If you are birding the International Center or Lee Kay Pond during spring and fall migration it's worth a short drive out of your way to check these traps. The main location to the south is by far the best habitat and has had WILLOW FLYCATCHER, WESTERN WOOD-PEWEE, NASHVILLE WARBLER (a rare spring record), CHIPPING SPARROW, BLACK-HEADED GROSBEAK, and BULLOCK'S ORIOLE among other migrants. CALIFORNIA QUAIL can be found in the cover here or further west along 700 south. The secondary location typically has some ducks or other waterbirds, but during migration migrant songbirds have been seen here.
From SR-201 in West Valley City, take the 5600 West north bound to 700 South and turn right. Drive several blocks till you come to the large patch of trees on your left at the power company property. To get to the second area drive back to 5600 West and turn right. Follow 5600 West to 300 South and turn right. Go till 5200 West then turn left. You can also access it from I-80 on the north using the 5600 West exit and going south to 150 South. Follow 150 south to 5200 West around the RC Willey building to bird the secondary location. After getting back to 5600 West turn left and go to 700 South. Turn left and after a few block the main location will be on your left.