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We just finished up our 8th Staycation in Sevier County Utah! Central Utah is nothing to overlook, there's SO much to do! We've teamed up with Utah's Trail Country to giveaway an Epic Staycation so be sure to enter here

Where to Stay in Richfield. 

We stayed in the Holiday Inn Express & Suites. It was beautiful, clean and family-friendly! Breakfast at the hotel is necessary with kids! The pool and hot tub were awesome too! 

Richfield's Visitor Center

You can't miss it, it's right on the way into town!

GG's Marketplace

Go for the donuts or hot breakfast!

Mystic Hot Springs

Hidden Gem for sure!

Red Hills Hot Springs

This is a free Hot Springs! Keep it clean! 

Hoover's River Resort & Ice Cream

Dole Whip with Fruity Pebbles anyone?

Big Rock Grill & Smokehouse

Quick, Family Friendly Food. 

Big Rock Adventure

Adventure along the river for ages 2 and up!

Big Rock Adventure Lazy River Family Float

Float the Sevier River with ANY age!

Steve's Steakhouse

End the day with delicious Steak Tips!

Day 2

Little Wonder Cafe

Sit in the same booth as Steven King!

Utah's Trail Country ATV Adventures

2,000 Miles of ATV Trails!

Munchies at Larsens Ace Hardware

Cook your own burger!

Candy Store in Christensen's! It's a thing!

Hidden among the clothing is a whole candy store!

Floating the Canal

It's a local thang. 

Richfield City Park

Need somewhere to wear out the kids? Head to the park!

Day 3

Fish Lake Lodge

One of the LARGEST Log Lodges!

Bum Rock

You know you want to touch it. 

Pando Forest Overlook

The World's Biggest Living Organism!

Bowery Haven

Eat a quick lunch and then head out of town! 

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