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Knudsen Park | Woom Bike Meet-Up with Off The Couch harm Sun, 09/22/2019 - 21:25
A few weeks ago we did a bike meet-up at Knudsen Park in Holladay and man, it is a BEAUTIFUL park! We got to Knudsen Park just a few minutes early and my kids LOVED it. Not only is the play pieces cool, but the landscape is something else. I can't remember being in such a pretty park. As soon as we arrived at Knudsen Park the kids were off exploring! Swings, slides, things to climb on, this park has everything. Super random but these bathrooms are NICE. I've been to lots of gross park bathrooms so this was a

SOHO Food Park

Rhiannon wrote this forever ago...as you'll see by the sweaters! But never fear, this is a perfect summer spot too! It’s a permanent food truck park and if it’s not the only one in the city it was certainly the first. WE LOVE THIS PLACE. It is located at, 4747 Holladay Blvd E, Holladay, UT 84117. The food trucks vary from day-to-day and you can find a schedule on their facebook page. There is also a permanent shaved ice booth too that my kids look forward too whenever we come here. For us, nothing quite says “Warm Weather” or “Friday

Auntie Rae's Desseret Island | Grubbin'

Auntie Rae’s Dessert Island, located in the heart of Holladay at 4704 South Holladay Blvd, became a sweet oasis for my two little boys and I on a rainy night when my husband was working late and we were in the mood for dessert for dinner. We were quickly charmed by the warm environment of the bungalow turned dessert shop and by the cute, helpful gal behind a display of tasty treats. I mean, what’s not to like about a place with the phrase “dessert island” in the name? They offer everything from full cakes to cookies to ice cream
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