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A state of natural beauty with plenty of family fun.

Sitting exactly 700 miles north of Queen Creek is Salt Lake City, Utah. This little brother to Phoenix and Las Vegas provides the immediate gratification for all types of adventurers.

All accessible by one interstate or highway, you can be downtown exploring City Creek Mall and the historic districts of Salt Lake. Travel an hour West and be submerged in the Great Salt Lake and Bonneville Salt Flats. Travel East through stunning Park City to be high on the mountain tops of the Wasatch Front. While Utah is known for its ski resorts and Olympic caliber snow, those same resorts offer summer options including fine dining, gondola rides, and more. 

Nestled just south of Salt Lake City is a once hidden gem of agritainment called Thanksgiving Pointe. Featuring a natural history museum, farm animal attractions, butterfly biosphere,  and world class golf course. Springtime adds a unique flavor of beauty with the Tulip Festival. Over 750,000 spring flowers including tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, and poppies are featured in this walkthrough garden tour. 

While much of Utah’s popular main-stream sits in the center of the state, don’t underestimate the northern and southern borders. With Cache Valley and the mountain greens at the Idaho border and the world-famous “Red Rocks” that sit closer to us here in Arizona. National Parks are the crown jewel of the state. Zions, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Canyonlands, and others, nature is preserved in a way that is meant for all walks of life. 

Similar to Queen Creek, most of Utah’s cities and parks center their entertainment around family-friendly atmospheres. No matter the speed at which your family vacations, from thrill seekers to nature lovers, Utah offers something for everyone. 

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