Thursday, March 23, 2017

Inexpensive Spring Break Stay-Cation Ideas in Utah's Summit and Wasatch Counties (Park City and Heber City Areas)

Are you planning a stay-cation for Spring Break, but need ideas for where to go and what to do?  Well here is a list of places you can visit in Utah's Summit and Wasatch Counties (Park City and Heber City Areas).  Each of these things is open in the spring and costs less than $10 per person.  In fact, many of these places are free.

Olympic Park
3419 Olympic Parkway
Park City, UT 84098
Cost: The museum is free if you want to take a self-guided tour. Guided tours cost $10 per person. Athletic activities start at $15
Hours: The museum is open from 9:00 to 6:00 every day.
Phone Number: 801.658.4200

Back in 2002 Salt Lake City hosted the winter Olympics and everyone loved it. If you want to indulge in some Olympic nostalgia then head to Olympic Park. This museum is free and has a great collection of Olympic memorabilia such as costumes worn during the opening ceremony and a display of the Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals. You will have tons of Olympic memories come flooding back to you when you step into this museum. You are welcome to walk around the trails leading to other buildings and event venues.

You can also pay $10 for a guided tour of the venues such as the bobsled track. And if you are really adventurous you can pay to participate in some of the sports. There are also various ropes courses available for you to play on. Prices range from $15 to $20 and are available for adventurers are young as 5 years old.

Dairy Keen
199 S. Main St.
Heber City, Utah
Cost: Similar to other fast-food resturants
Hours: 10:30 am to 10:00 pm
Phone Number: 435-654-KEEN
This restaurant is a must see for any train lover. A model train track has been built overhead in this dining area. A train runs along the track and passes scenery and props that honor the rich railroad history of the Heber Valley. The food is pretty delicious here too.

Union Pacific Rail Trail
From Park City to Echo Reservoir
Cost: Free
Hours: Daylight
Phone Number: 435-649-6839

This trail follows the route of the Union Pacific Railroad.  You can walk, run, bike, or horseback ride on this trail.  It is almost 30 miles long and passes some beautiful scenery.

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I hope this list helps you find something fun to do. If you want more ideas for things to do in Northern Utah during Spring Break check out the full list here.

And as always, I'd love to know if there are more fun and inexpensive places to visit in this area. If you know of any feel free to tell me about them in the comments.  

Have a great stay-cation!

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