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Meadow Hot Springs Spot 2 | 12 Utah Staycations harm Sat, 10/26/2019 - 22:46
After visiting U-Dig Fossils in Delta, Steph's fam headed one way and we headed another! Another perk of RV Trips! You can go wherever you want! Stephanie visited Meadow Hot Springs the day before and we visited the next day. The last time I visited Meadow Hot Springs was in February 2016! Goodness, it's been too long! The first spring is always busy. The kids loved wandering around the edges and playing on the mossy rocks. Don't forget floaties for the kids. How funny is the toilet inflatable? Ha, we thought it was a spaceship, but come to find out
Meadow Hot Springs | 12 Utah Staycations harm Sat, 10/26/2019 - 22:40
Another bucket list item that has been a long time coming, Meadow Hot Springs! Check out our original post HERE for ALL the info. RVing to hot springs is my new favorite thing. It was so nice to be able to have a warm place to go and change after swimming. Harmony's post led us straight to the spot! There are 2 pools but the one with the dock is cooler, and since it was pretty cold we decided to stay put. These springs are pretty deep, so you definitely want floaters for littles. You can stand around the edges

Timber Creek Overlook Trail | 12 Utah Staycations

The last time we hiked Timber Creek Overlook Trail, I think Aiko must have been two and Orion was just a baby. I don't think The Salt Project was even around then. Timber Creek Overlook Trail might be the most popular trail on this side of Zion, due to the fact it's only 1-mile roundtrip. We saw lots of kids on the trail and lots of other people too. It was like have flashbacks with tiny Vesper and Farah. The Kolob Entrance to Zion has only just opened up after having some road work done. I kind of miss the

Pork Belly's Eatery & Catering Co | 12 Utah Staycations

We hadn’t heard of Pork Belly’s before and we have to say, it was DANG good. Not only dang good, but the service was SUPER fast. With 5 adults and 9 kids, they were able to bring out a large amount of food in excellent timing. Also, the food was REALLy good. We had everything for BLT sandwiches, to salads to ribs. All of it was tasty and so filling. Anyone else's kids eat vasts amounts of sugar? The one time we let them be alone on a "Big Kid" table and this is the aftermath. (FACEPALM + PARENT FAIL.)

Parowan Cafe Cinnamon Rolls | 12 Utah Staycations

Parowan Cafe is family owned and is home of the “original” cinnamon rolls. Parowan is known for their cinnamon rolls and you can find them all over. They have raisin and plain. This cafe is so stinkin cute! Parowan is definitely going to be our “pit stop” next time we are passing through. Also, they were so sweet to offer everyone BOGO FREE cinnamon rolls when you mention The Salt Project! #THESALTPROJECT when you go! YES! Go grab one and let us know what you think.​​​​

Cedar City Aquatics Center

We've been to Cedar City many times over our 13 years of marriage. My husband is from Cedar City and we both went to school at SUU, so we love coming to visit. But how many times have we been swimming in a pool in Cedar City? Not once. That's because for many years there wasn't a public pool...there was an old one, that was quite shady and had seen better times, but it was ripped down. There is a pool at the college, but we haven't been there since college. Now though? Cedar City has quite the state of

Thunder Junction All Abilities Park Video

Have you been to Thunder Junction All Abilites Park in St. George?! It's AMAZING! We went a few years ago (see the post here) but we went again because it was so close to our hotel. This time the kids were a little older and able to do so much more on their own. We really loved that the Splash Pad was still open and the TRAIN WAS OPEN! This park is Epic. From the smoking volcano, to the train rides, to the dinosaurs and slides, we really loved Thunder Junction All Abilities Park! If you go, be sure to

Wild Wonders Rescue Farm | Adventurin'

I know Baby Animal Days is in full swing, but check out Wild Wonders Rescue Farm in Genola! Since the day Sarah Jacobson brought her giant tortoise and adorable red foxes into our local library we knew her Wild Wonders rescue farm was a place we had to add to our Utah bucket list. Her backyard facility houses every kind of wild animal from reptiles to coyotes and for only $5 per child and $10 for adults you get an hour long private tour with one-on-one interaction with her animals. It's not every day you get to feed and play

Utah Territorial Statehouse : Utah's First Capital

Did you know that Utah's first State Capital was in Fillmore Utah? We were passing through Fillmore and saw a sign for the Statehouse so we decided to stop and check it out. I'm so glad we did! The museum is only $1 for kids $2 for adults. We were on a time crunch so we rushed through it in about 10 minutes, but the attendant said that most people take about an hour to get through the self guided tour. The hall of photographs of local founders was my favorite. So much history in one place. Then each room

57 places to help break Up I-15

We know you are gearing up, it's time to plan Spring Break and you are aching to travel! But where too? This week, we are going to be featuring all sorts of places. To start off, we'll be featuring I-15 and all our favorites we've found! Some are right off the freeway, while some do require a bit more of a drive. Here's a round-up we did last year. It included some hot springs, places to eat that are local and some free museums 15 Stops to Break up I-15 in Utah Here's five more. Top 5 Pit Stops Along
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