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The Train Shoppe | The Ricochet Canyon harm Tue, 07/09/2019 - 22:30
****UPDATE****We regret to announce that as of June 27th, 2019 our Ricochet Canyon wild west themed family entertainment center is closed to the public for a yet undetermined period of time. For years, I've seen snippets of a cute train shop somewhere in Utah. We finally found it and finally DECEMBER! Man. I've had these photos sitting on my desktop forever! I've just barely seen them again and I've decided it's time! My grandma used to own a train shop in Iowa, so I have some fond memories of trains. I've chased quite a few trains in my life
Harmony Park | South Salt Lake harm Sun, 12/03/2017 - 21:36
I don't know about you, but I get super excited when I discover a new park to visit with my kids. The other day, I was running errands in South Salt Lake and I needed to take a break with my two youngest. I did a quick Google search and found a nearby park called Harmony Park, so we checked it out. I was very pleasantly surprised. The park features two large playground structures, plus swings and various other fun playground toys that you don't see at a whole lot of parks around town. One of my kids' favorite things
Fitts Park in South Salt Lake harm Mon, 08/14/2017 - 15:20
Summer's not over yet! There's still time to visit new parks and have new adventures before sending the littles back to school! Why not try Fitts Park, in South Salt Lake? I visited this park a few days ago with my kids, and we LOVED it! First of all, who out there has heard of South Salt Lake? Did you know it's its own city, separate from Salt Lake City? Fun fact #1. South Salt Lake also used to be called Central Park, a long, long time ago, when it was first established as a town. Fun fact #2 (thanks
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