Who doesn’t get excited when they hear the words, “free activity?” When we first started our blog, we put a special focus on finding free activities in Utah.

While we have expanded a little bit and include many adventures here at Utah’s Adventure Family, we still love finding all of the free activities for families. We know that free can be so helpful when you have a big family and other things you are working toward.

We have experienced all of these free activities and can’t wait for you to read all about them.

Enepitsi “Ghost” Trail | St. George

There are so many good hikes in southern Utah, but the Enepitsi Trail is one of our favorites because it is really close to St. George. This trail leads through a beautiful, lush canyon with petroglyphs high on the walls. Whether you are visiting for Spring Break, or just enjoying a…


National Park Free Days 2024

Every year the National Parks service offers a bunch of free days throughout the year. This discount day also includes National Monuments and other sites run by the NPS. That means there are a lot of amazing places to visit for FREE! We love the family memories we create in National Parks (Grand…

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2023 Utah City Festivals

Every year we look forward to our local Lehi Round-up. We love the sense of community that comes in our not so little Lehi. Most cities in Utah have a local gathering or festival each year, so we gathered a huge list. Many of these city festivals host FREE activities, and…


LDS Church History Sites in Utah

We couldn’t call ourselves Utah’s Adventure Family if we didn’t love Utah history, and Utah history means LDS Church history. We’ve visited Church History sites all across the country. We love these sites, and they are almost always FREE to visit. On this page, we summarize the LDS Church History Sites…


Brian Head Summit

It's not too often that we recommend a scenic drive, but Utah really does have spectacular roads. We made our way up the Brian Head Summit during Fall, and it was gorgeous with deep greens and sparkling yellows. This road is short and drivable by most vehicles. Check out the views…