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Tubing the Ogden River | Adventurin'

Tubing the Ogden River was one of my fondest memories as a child. I remember my mom getting black inner tubes, packing a lunch, and heading up North Ogden canyon. Harmony shared an awesome spot for toddlers to play in the Ogden River a few weeks ago so we went to check it out. AMAZING!!! We had SO much fun, we ended up going back with friends a few days later. The High Adventure Park in Ogden is on 18th st, one block west of Washington. Its in a quiet neighborhood with great shade, big trees, awesome play ground and

Top 5 Pit Stops Along I-15

This morning on Studio 5 we shared our top 5 pit stops along I-15 in Utah. If you are planning a road trip for spring break in the next few weeks, be sure to check out our favorite spots to get out, have a picnic and stretch our legs. Red Cliffs is part of a National Conservation area and charges a $5 entrance fee per vehicle, otherwise these are all fun, FREE places where you can make a quick stop to help break up a long drive. Red Cliffs Hike Meadow Hot Springs Young Living Lavendar Farm Salt Lake City

High Adventure Park | Ogden

Every time I write post about how awesome the weather is and how it can't get any better, it DOES. Just last week, Steph was out for homeschool and they found this hidden gem in the heart of Ogden. There, they found a shallow river, rocks to climb, the Ogden Trail, a bridge, 10 giant structures to climb and explore, plus the slides and swings! So much park and adventuring in such a small area! Think Swiss family Robinson meets the Jensens! It was the perfect mix of nature and modern. All the toys were surrounded by a 2-3 foot
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