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Skiing at Park City Mountain | 12 Utah Staycations

For many years, Stephanie and I have talked about taking everyone skiing or snowboarding, but to be honest, we both very much did not want to take them. I mean, we do, but we also really don't want too either. It's a lot of work to go sledding, what would it be like to have all that equipment and teach everyone?! Our good friend and cheerleader, Lisa from Off The Couch, offered her teaching services and support. Otherwise, we never would have gone anywhere near the mountain to ski! None of us had any equipment, so we partnered up with

Christmas Activities 2019

It's that time of year again! Not only do you have your personal Holiday traditions, but there are so many activities, it's so hard to pack them all in! Below you'll find a list of all the Holiday activities The Salt Project has done in the past. Picture This Christmas at Trolley Square + Discount Live Nativity Candlelight Christmas | This is the Place Heritage Park Utah Symphony | Here Comes Santa Claus at Peery Egyptian Theatre | December 23, 2019 Burger Stop Hayrides in The Park | Christmas Activities Temple Square Christmas Lights | City Creek Imagine Ballet Theatre
Saratoga Hot Springs | 12 Utah Staycations harm Tue, 10/29/2019 - 10:03
The first time I heard about these hot springs was last Oct 2018. I was participating in the Questival Race and one of our challenges was to jump into a natural hot spring. It was late, dark, and FREEZING! We parked, changed into swimmers, ran down the path in the dark, had no idea what we were jumping into, stayed for a minute and then ran back to the car so we could compete another challenge. I wasn't planning on visiting again in October, but this time we were equip with light so we could actually see what we were

Meadow Hot Springs Spot 2 | 12 Utah Staycations

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

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

Crystal Hot Springs | 12 Utah Staycations

We closed out our Brigham City Staycation with a good old trip to Crystal Hot Springs in Honeyville Utah! We've been coming to Crystal Hot Springs for years now and we LOVE it! Crystal Hot Springs has recently made some changes to their resort too! There's a whole new cave area with a shallow pool. Our kids spend the majority of the time here. Don't forget about the giant tube slides! Our kids LOVE the slides! The slides are open all year round and even in the winter it's super fun. Be sure to bring some water as the Hot

Brian Head Tubing | 12 Utah Staycations

It’s not often that you’ll see the Salt Project on a ski mountain, if ever! Stephanie and I aren’t super snow people, maybe it’s because we didn't grow up skiing or snowboarding, but if there’s one winter sport we love, it’s Tubing! So when Visit Cedar City sponsored a trip to Brian Head Resort for tubing, we were all for it! Brian Head Resort is just 45 minutes outside of Cedar City. We went biking in the morning and then headed up the snowy resort. Tubing at Brian Head is for ages 4 and up! So we were able to

Last Chair Saloon | Brian Head Resort | 12 Utah Staycations

After tubing at Brian Head Resort we worked up a pretty good appetite. Who’d have thought that sitting and sledding down a hill would make you so hungry? I mean, we didn’t even have to trudge up the mountain with the magic carpet...and we were still so hungry. We walked ourselves right up to the Giant Steps Resort for the Last Chair Saloon. (Don't let the name deceive you, kids can go too.) We decided to try the Fried Pickle Spears. Let me tell you folks, these were AMAZING. They weren't soggy or giant, but looked like a fry with

Children’s Play Area at The Shops at South Town

Kyra's here to tell us about another great indoor play area! Read on! I’m always on the lookout for indoor play areas for my kiddos. They’re perfect for hot summer days or cold winter days and basically any other day that we’re needing to get out of the house and burn off some energy. It’s even better if I can find an indoor play area that is totally free in cost which is why we love the new play area at The Shops at South Town in Sandy! The play area is on the second level near the food court

West Valley Family Fitness Center

Kyra us here today telling us all about the West Valley Family Fitness Center! My boys and I visited the West Valley Family Fitness Center for the first time in December a few years ago while we were getting photos with Santa done in one of the upstairs general-purpose rooms. This facility offers so many great features a lap pool, a leisure pool, basketball and racquetball courts, an indoor track, cardio equipment, a weight room, a climbing wall, dance, and aerobic rooms, but our very favorite feature is the indoor play area for children. On our first visit, my oldest
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