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10 Things Not to Do at Disneyland | Feature Friday

As much as The Salt Project tries to keep you guys here in Utah, we know many of you are heading to Disneyland. So we thought we'd break the mold a bit and give you some good insider tips from local Utah gal, Jessica, who blogs at The Happiest Blog on Earth. It’s Disneyland’s 60th anniversary and with it comes the Diamond Celebration; it’s no wonder you couldn’t stick around Salt Lake City over spring break! To help you prepare for your Disneyland vacation, I have put together a list of 10 things not to do at Disneyland, especially during

Feature Friday | Gina Duffy

Everyone, meet Gina Duffy! I've never actually met her in person (yet) but rest assured I will. I've been following her on Instagram and she's pretty much one of the coolest ladies I've yet to meet. She's got a clothing line, she loves to snowboard, skateboard, wakeboard and all those other crazy sports I only wish I could do. She's here to tell us her favorite things to do in Utah. My husband and I moved to Eden four years ago from downtown Chicago. We left from our vacation here in February 2012 and by the end of March 2012

Feature Friday | 4 Tips for Family Sledding- Tubing at Gorgoza Park

Today we've got Victoria telling us all about Gorgoza Park! I prefer sledding with my kids compared to skiing, largely due to cost but also because it is more accessible and provides a quick thrill for kids. We have several favorite sledding hills in east Salt Lake but I’ve always wanted to try a tubing park. If you head up Parley’s Canyon (toward Park City on I-80) Gorgoza Park is only 20 minutes from Salt Lake off the Jeremy Ranch exit. My family had the chance to try sledding at Gorgoza Park this past week during a social media event

Feature Friday | The Mumsy Blog | McBride’s Briar Patch

Meet Michelle Petersen. Mom of 3, wife of one, creator of The Mumsy Blog and a born and bred Utah gal. There are many things Michelle loves, but her current top 5 are Nutella, shopping the dollar aisle at Target, pickles, jeggings, and finding the perfect novelty socks. Currently pregnant with her 4th child, Michelle spends most of her day at home, on the couch. But you can also find her and the various things she’s up to on her website-themumsyblog.com, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and Pinterest. Hi friends! I am so excited to be writing her at The Salt Project

Feature Friday | Utah's Adventure Family

We are Natalie & Randy, and we run the website Utah’s Adventure Family where we share all of the family adventures we have tried in and around Utah. We travel all over the state looking for fun adventures for our three young boys to enjoy. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest to see where we are adventuring today. One of our favorite things to do in Utah County is visit new parks! We have visited quite a few, but our boys seem to request the same favorites every time. We have complied our Top 5 Utah County parks

Park Passport | Feature Friday | Kate | Bountiful City Park

Hi! I'm Kate from Small House, Happy Family, where I write about raising a family of four daughters in our happy little home--plus all the shenanigans we get into along the way! I love taking my kids on outings and creating special memories as a family. (I also love Chick Fil A and watching the most ridiculous Syfy original movies I can find.) This summer, I want my family to break out of our neighborhood park rut and start exploring all the fun parks and splash pads our area has to offer. Enter the park passport! I created these simple

Feature Friday | Red Cliffs Recreation Area | Southern Utah

Our family loves southern Utah. We enjoyed living in Cedar City for 2.5 years, but due to the busyness of life, we never really took the time to explore the area's awesome outdoor activities. Now we live in northern Utah and find ourselves wanting to go back to the St. George area for vacation every year! There's just something about the red rock and sun that draws us back! This past spring, we enjoyed a day's visit to the Red Cliffs Recreation Area, which is part of a larger National Conservation Area. We chose it for ease of hiking for

Feature Friday | I Heart Salt Lake

Hi! We are Dianna and Julie from I Heart Salt Lake, a local website focused on sharing the things we love about the Salt lake Valley. Local restaurants, events, shopping, kids activities, and the arts are just a few of the things you will find at I Heart Salt Lake. You can also follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. Today we are sharing ten fun things to do with your kids in Salt Lake this summer! 1) The Train Shoppe When the summer heat gets to be too much head to The Train Shoppe located at 2964 South

Feature Friday | Things 2 do in Utah | Neptune Park

Neptune Park is the amazing park in Saratoga Springs that boasts a HUGE pyramid to climb, but it is not the only thing to do! Things 2 Do in Utah has a great list of everything else to do there too! 1. Picnic: There is a lot of great grass and some trees for shade, but the pavilions are great for dinner or lunch too. 2. Play basketball: The courts are NICE 3. Play on the playground: There are a few great playgrounds with swings and spinners. You can get really dizzy. 4. Listen to a program or play: The
Feature Friday | Brooke | Up Millcreek Canyon harm Thu, 05/07/2015 - 20:58
Nearly each day I escape to the trail with my 4 month old baby (Huck) and my dog (Oliver). Hiking has been the perfect outlet to 1) exercise 2) take the dog for a walk 3) bond with my son 4) sometimes bond with my husband or a friend if we are lucky enough to have company on the trail 5) to take care of my mental and emotional needs. Although setting out for a hike with children can feel daunting, finding the right trail and bringing the right supplies will keep everybody entertained for hours, and leaves everybody feeling
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