Summer in Utah

Five National Parks are just the beginning…


Here are just some of the activities you’re going to love…

– Hiking : The mountains, waterfalls, hot springs, and wildlife make for some of the best hiking around.
   Most of it right outside our front door.
– Biking : Road biking up the canyons or Bonneville shoreline, or mountain biking the ski resorts or the famous Slick Rock trail in Moab. It’s world class riding.
– Camping : There’s camping available at many of the parks and forests nearby ranging from wet camping (facilities including electricity, bathrooms and showers) to dry camping (no facilities, wilderness camping)  
– Ballooning: Early-morning champagne balloon rides can be done in Heber Valley or Park City for around $100-150 per person.
– Horseback Riding: There’s horseback riding available in Little Cottonwood Canyon, as well as Park City and Heber Valley.
– Canoe/Raft/Tubing: The Weber River in Odgen and the Provo River are great places to go. Water flow is highest in May/June but due to melting snow you’ll likely need a wetsuit. Water temperature is best in Aug/Sept for just bathing suits.
– Boating/Jet Skiing: Besides the Great Salt Lake, there’s Utah Lake, Bear Lake, Jordanelle Reservoir, and Lake Powell.
– Scuba Diving:  Yes Indeed! Right here in the middle of the desert.  Seabase and Homestead Crater both have dive facilities.

– Music / Concerts: We have incredible concert venues, Usana AmphitheaterRed Butte GardensThe DepotThe State Room, Gallivan CenterGreat SaltairMaverik Center, Vivint Arena, and our own concerts right here at 9708 Oakwood Lane.
– The Sports: Utah Jazz, Real Salt Lake, Utah Royals, Salt Lake Bees, Utah Grizzlies, Rocky Mountain Raceway and more!
– The Parks : 
Utah boasts 5 National Parks : ArchesBryce CanyonCanyonlandsCapitol Reef, and  Zion National Park. Check out the Mighty Five….
National Monuments:  Cedar BreaksDinosaurGolden SpikeHovenweepNatural BridgesRainbow Bridge and Timpanagos Cave
State Parks: AnasaziAntelope IslandCoral Pink DunesDead HorseGoblin ValleyGoosenecksKodachrome and  Escalante