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Utah Family Vacations

Share Your Favorite Utah Tourist Attractions

Utah family vacations would not be complete without visiting some of these great Utah tourist attractions! Share your favorite places to visit in Utah or read what other families are doing with their road trip plans.

Utah family vacations are exciting anytime of the year. It can be difficult to plan a road trip with kids, but in Utah you will find something that everyone enjoys.

utah-family-vacations; utah coin Visit in the winter, and you can enjoy a variety of winter sports. Rent snowmobiles and blaze through the frozen climate at a thrilling pace. Hole up at a ski resort where you can take ski lessons or learn to go cross country. Or, perhaps someone would like to try a few stunts in the park on a snowboard? Planning a road trip with kids is easy with these resorts, as they offer something for all ages.

Take your Utah family vacations in the spring or summertime, and you can hike to the top of Deseret Peak or enjoy the beautiful scenery inside Timpanogos National Park. If you like to be in the outdoors or need to plan a trip for the family that doesn’t cost a lot of money, there are many national parks and forests that can be hiked. These parks are perfect places for relaxing picnics, taking pictures, or just letting the kids stretch their legs.

Have you visited any of these areas? If so, give us the details and rate the destination from 1-5.

Its easy to do. Here is a review from one reader:

The Crystal Gold Mine, Utah

My daughter and I took a road trip in our RV from Illinois to Washington. We had seen a show on TV about panning for gold and discovered that in Kellogg Utah we could experience it for ourselves at The Crystal Gold Mine. They have RV parking there and are even pet friendly so we were very excited to try it out.

We decided to go for the tour and I am so glad that we did. It was about a half an hour long and it was cold in there. I didn't have a sweater and I regretted that, but I still enjoyed myself. At one point they ask that all the lights be shut off, and it is so dark in there. If you are afraid of small spaces you should probably not take the tour. It is expensive, but I thought it was worth it because you just don't get to experience that every day.

We did pan for gold after the tour but ended up with nothing. It was fun to just be a part of that, though, like in the old days. There is an older gentleman that owns the property and he is a very nice man. I found all of the guides to be quite friendly and helpful.

The park was lovely and the accommodations were fantastic. Beautiful trees and we had our own table to sit at and eat. There is also a dump station in the park, so it was convenient for us. I have told many people that if they are out that way they should visit the Crystal Gold Mine. http://www.goldmine-idaho.com/


What Utah family vacations have you enjoyed in years past? Share the details of your trips, rating each experience from 1-5!

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