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Small Wonders: The Expansive World of Insects | Swaner EcoCenter

Leading up to Earth Day (April 22nd) the kids and I are exploring some amazing exhibits and parks in Utah that highlight natural wonders and Earth conservation! Our first stop was the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter in Park City, to check out their newest exhibit, Small Wonders: The Expansive World of Insects. Running now until Monday May 15th. Normally I'm not one to "Ooo and Ahh" over insects! However, the displays of preserved butterflies, beetles and other small wonders had the kids and I completely fascinated! Being able to get a close up look is really neat and the exhibits

Stay Park City

A few weeks ago we spent a few days up in Park City exploring the local food scene, Utah's Olympic Park, hiking, parks and even a nature preserve. We love Park City for a quick staycation. If you live along the Wasatch Front, you don't have to travel far to getaway and experience resort quality living outside of the city. Park City is obviously a huge tourist town, with so many options for great places to stay. All three of our families wanted to be able to stay together so we figured a condo or townhouse vacation rental would be

Swaner EcoCenter | Field Trippin' | Park City

When we were in Park City last week, we found the Swaner EcoCenter. The older kids were all at the Olympic Oval, so I decided to take the toddlers on their own little adventure. I was super impressed with them. It's like they knew this was just for them! I should have known the Preserve would be beautiful even if it is in a weird spot of town. It’s located at the end of this brand new shopping/food court area. Beautiful streets lined with hanging lights and brand new buildings. I bet it’s quite lovely at night. One wouldn't really
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