Utah Lake Utah Lake

Utah's largest freshwater lake provides fishing access for channel catfish, walleye, white bass, black bass, and several species of panfish. Spend an evening RV or tent camping, then powerboat, canoe, or sail the day away on Utah Lake. With several popular areas to visit, the most recommended is Saratoga Springs. With grassy picnic areas and one of the state's most popular hot springs, a day at Utah Lake will bring nothing but the best of memories!

Thanksgiving Point Thanksgiving Point

Thanksgiving Point is the perfect place to spend a day learning and playing with animals! it is a nonprofit organization that includes several different venues. The Museum of Ancient Life, a world-class dinosaur museum, contains one of the world's largest collections of mounted fossils. The Museum of Natural Curiosity, which features five exhibit areas: Rainforest, Waterworks, Kidopolis, Traveling Exhibits, and the five-acre outdoor component, Discovery Garden. Designed to help educate about the natural environment. The garden includes hedgerow mazes, an eco-pond, and a replica of Timpanogos Cave.

Mount Timpanogos Mount Timpanogos

Mount Timpanogos is the impressive wall that dominates the landscape on the northeast side of Utah Valley. It is one of Utah's most recognizable mountains, and perhaps Utah's most popular mountain hiking destination. It is the second-highest summit of the Wasatch. Wildflowers are spectacular along both trails, as are fall colors. Wildlife is often seen along the trails. A snowfield on top of the mountain never melts. Daytime temperatures along the trail are usually warm during summer, but it can get very chilly at high altitudes, during stormy weather, and at night, so dress in layers and bring a jacket.