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Oh, Spring City. We visited on a whim last year and fell in love! The people in this community were so loving and welcoming during the pandemic last year. Well, our kids COULD NOT wait to go back this year again. And... the people, you guys, I could cry. They were just the best. The town is quaint, the beautiful Spring Farm air bnb is so charming, we really could just live here. Of course we had to do some of the same stuff we did last year during our visit, but we also added a few new adventures this
Why You Should Visit the Historic Town of Spring City harm Sat, 06/23/2018 - 21:08
Wow! I can't believe it's been a whole year, somehow, I forgot to write all about my first experience to the Spring City Heritage Festival from 2018. We're giving away tickets on Instagram, so be sure to go and enter. My husband and I decided last minute that we should visit Spring City and I'm so glad we did. We dropped the kids off at grandma's and headed down to Spring City. Spring City is one of the few places in the US where the ENTIRE town is on the National Historic Register. During the Celebration, locals open up their
A Few Reasons You Should Visit Spring City for Memorial Weekend harm Tue, 05/17/2016 - 22:40
Have you ever heard of Spring City, Utah? I'm not talking about Springville, but Spring City (totally different place). If you haven't heard of this charming historic town (one of the only towns in the USA registered in its entirety on the National Historic Register), you MUST put it on your bucket list of places to visit in Utah. Located in Sanpete County, just north of the city of Manti, Spring City is utterly enchanting. It's full of gorgeously preserved pioneer homes and other buildings from the mid-1800's, and is also home to a vibrant artist community. One of the
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