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The Rusted Spoon | 12 Utah Staycations

The Rusted Spoon is a super cute diner located right off Utah's Famous Fruit Highway in Perry! We happened upon The Rusted Spoon a few years ago and LOVED the atmosphere and food! It's a good family friendly, party place! The salads were fresh and just what we needed. You can order breakfast ANY time and for some reason, that sounded super delicious. Can you believe the size of this kids pancake meal? Or the kids WAFFLES?! I thought it was my meal? Nope. Orion could barely believe his eyes. The waffle was REALLY tasty and of course everything was

Willard Bay State Park Cabins | 12 Utah Staycations

I'm not sure we've ever been to Willard Bay State Park to actually swim, but we have been to their Christmas Light show! We were SUPER excited to visit, especially since we were staying at the Cabins at Willard Bay! Thanks to our partners at Box Elder County for setting up our stay! We weren't quite sure what to expect, but the Willard Bay Cabins are so fun! It's a little log house that can sleep up to 8 people. You'll need your own pillows & bedding, so don't forget that! To Rent the Willard Bay Cabins click here. (Search

Utah's Famous Fruit Highway | 12 Utah Staycations

One of my favorite things to do in the fall is driving Utah's Famous Fruit Highway! Along old highway 89, from July until October, you can find all the fruit stands from Perry to Brigham City. We saw Cherry Concentrate, Watermelons, squash, onions and all sorts of stands. We chose to stop at Tagge's Famous Fruit Farm Stand. Tagge's Famous Fruit & Veggie Farms We made a spot to try ALL the peaches at Tagge's Famous Fruit Farm in Perry Utah. Peaches are in season and the kids LOVED trying all the varieties of peaches! We determined that the Red
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