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Giveaway! Glen Ray's Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch

Tiffany is here to tell us all about Glen Ray's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in Spanish Fork! Utah Valley! There is a new corn maze and pumpkin patch in town and it's fun for the whole family! Located just off of I15 in Spanish Fork surrounded by Utah Valley's picturesque mountains is Glen Ray's Corn Maze and Pumpkin patch. This family run farm has been farming in Leland for over 100 years and as a way of welcoming all their new neighbors to Leland and Spanish Fork, they have created a 7 1/2 acre Jack-o-lantern corn maze! Lovingly named

Fort Zion | Petting Farm | Grub & Ice Cream | Southern Utah

I have passed by Fort Zion dozens of times on my trips to and from Zion and never stopped before. Fort Zion is located just off the main road in Virgin Utah, just 15 minutes west of Zion. You can’t miss it because there are giant, old fashioned looking forts in the front. There is a gift shop, a diner, and a petting zoo. In the hunt for some new things to do with the kiddos, we decided to take them to Fort Zion for dinner one evening. We had no idea what to expect, and it was such a

Scipio Petting Zoo

We were on our way to Marysvale for Labor Day weekend when we finally had the chance to visit the Scipio Petting Zoo! Oh, wait, you are wondering where Scipio is? Well it's about 2 hours south on I-15 from Ogden. (Check out other things to do along I-15, we could totally fill up your day with our list) Located just off of I-15 at a Gas Station on your right hand side (If going south.) The bathrooms are pretty nice and they have a good snack selection. I've seen signs for the petting zoo the last few years, but

Utah Baby Animal Days Guide | Adventurin'

Hello Spring! For some reason Baby Animal Days makes us all go starry eyed with ridiculous amounts of love for fluffy little baby animals. Am I Right?! So we've come up with a list of Baby Animal Days for this Spring. Plus, we've also include a list of places where you can pet or see animals, baby or not. USU Botanical Center Baby Animal Days | Kaysville Friday, May 6, 3 - 8 p.m. & Saturday, May 7, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m See the Salt Project's Visit here. American West Heritage Center Baby Animal Days | Wellsville 10:00 am
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