When you leave, just make sure to wash all the salt off the undercarriage of your car!
In September there are races on the flats, where many land-speed records are set and broken each year. Any time of the year, you can bring bicycles and ride on the Flats. Have a Farm Experience in Midway Recently, some Utah bloggers got a tour of Heber Valley Artisan Cheese in Midway (on your way to Park City).
While you’re there, you can sign up to volunteer at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary for a half day.
It’s the largest in the country and has over 10,000 animals that would appreciate some extra love. Take Pictures at the Bonneville Salt Flats For years my family has driven by the salt flats, but we rarely stop.
family fun • activities by Janet Thaeler on June 24th, 2013 | 2 Comments » Utah is one of my favorite states.
The thrilling variety of landscapes is unlike anything you will find anywhere else. Visit ‘Utah’s Little Hollywood’ in Kanab If you’re headed to Lake Powell or Zion’s National Park in Southern Utah, why not stop on a side adventure to Kanab?
The Bonneville Salt Flats are a huge stretch of mostly table salt that you can walk and drive on, in a beautiful but desolate landscape about 1.5 hours west of Salt Lake.
While you’re there, be sure to stop at the Tree of Life art installation.
There’s so much to do with families here, so if you live in Utah don’t stay in your own backyard, get out and explore Utah’s treasures. If you love Westerns or the feel of the old West, go during September where they have a 3-day “celebration of all things cowboy-related”.The cows are foodies there too, being fed some of the most nutritious and expensive feed anywhere (they are happy cows and the cheese made from their milk is so good it has won awards). Feed the Animals and Eat Fruit Near Willard Grab your favorite birding app, some binoculars, and a camera for a day in Willard, Utah. If they’re good, you can promise them french fries with fry sauce from the Dixie Grill after.