Local Area Attractions
LDS Temple Square
Historic Temple Square, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints gives personal tours in many languages upon request. The tours cover the grounds, gardens, historic buildings and an overview of the basic belief of the church. Presentations about the Book of Mormon or temples are available upon request. The North Visitors Center features paintings that depict events from the old and new testaments, the Christus Statue and a resource room.
Utah’s Hogle Zoo
Visit the Zoo in the fall or winter! The Zoo is open 363 days of the year (the animals take Christmas and New Year's off) Come see polar bears, snow leopards, Siberian tigers, gorillas, snakes and giraffes. November 1 - February 28 from 9 am - 4 pm March 1 - October 31 from 9 am - 5 pm. Located about 25 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City.
Antelope Island is located approx. 45 min. north of Salt Lake on I-15 North to exit 332 then west to the lake. There is a fee to cross the causeway to the island. This is a great way to enjoy the Great Salt Lake with beautiful scenery and wildlife to boot! There is a ranch with a cafe located there that is open to guests 9 am-6 pm.
Just 45 minutes from Salt Lake City off of I-80 E are the Park City Factory Stores. Over 40 merchants which include: OshKosh B’Gosh, Jockey, Nike, Nine West, Fossil, and Levi’s to name just a few. Park City is also the home to the Sundance Film Festival each winter and the ski jumping and luge sights from the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Heber Valley Railroad
Ride Utah’s 100-year-old scenic steam railroad, through the alpine countryside of the Heber Valley, along the shores of Deer Creek Lake, and through breath taking Provo Canyon. Experience History in Motion, while enjoying Utah’s scenic splendor aboard our daytime "Express" and "Limited" trains. Heber Valley Railroad is approx. 90 min. east of Salt Lake City. Take I-80 East to exit 146 Heber/Vernal ,turn right onto 100 South then left on 600 West.
Eccles Dinosaur Park
George S Eccles Dinosaur Park is located in Ogden Utah, 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City. I-15 N to exit 344, east on 12th street and follow signs for park. It is open Mon-Sat., 10 am to 5 pm with extended evening hours from April 1-Labor Day.
Kennecott Copper Mine
Kennecott Copper Mine ranks as one of Utah’s most popular and fascinating tourist attractions. A Visitor's Center overlooking the mine itself features informative exhibits and videos, allowing you to observe the operations of the world's first open pit copper mine - dating back to 1906. Approx 32.5 miles southwest of Salt Lake City. Directions to this attraction are available in the front office.
Lagoon Amusement Park
Local Amusement Park with lots of rides for all ages! A waterpark is located inside the gates. The Park is only about 30 minutes from our campground and the best part is that discount tickets are available in our front office!
Seven Peaks Salt Lake ( Formerly Raging Waters )
Want to cool off? This is a great place to do it! The waterpark is located approximately 5 miles from our campground. Discount tickets are available in the office.
Kingsbury Hall and other cultural venues
Kingsbury Hall is a center for the performing arts located on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah. Salt Lake City is a center for many art forms, from art exhibits, opera, dance, dramas, musicals, to sports-Utah Jazz basketball, U of U football and basketball, Salt Lake Real soccer, to sports bars and comedy clubs. we will help you find entertainment that's just right for your mood. People also search for Abravanel Hall, Rice-Eccles Stadium and Energy Solutions Arena.
The USANA Amphitheatre is a 20,000-seat outdoor amphitheater, located in West Valley City, Utah. The Amphitheater is named after USANA Health Sciences, a manufacturer of nutritional supplements. It offers a view of the Wasatch Mountains. Address: 5125 S 6400 W, Salt Lake City, UT 84118 Phone: (801) 417-5343