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.

Cheyenne Big Boots

Downtown Cheyenne has some really big boots! The boots are about eight feet tall, and each is hand-painted like a mural. These boots are unique, and they give Cheyenne a bit of an artsy feel in the downtown area. The Cheyenne Big Boots are so cool. There are nearly twenty Big…

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Pebble Beach 17 Mile Drive

Most sports fans know Pebble Beach as one of the greatest golf courses in the world. But did you know that you can drive around this area south of Monterrey, California? This gorgeous slice of beach is home to famous folks like John Steinbeck, Clint Eastwood, Ansel Adams, and Doris Day,…

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2022 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…

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16th Avenue Tiled Steps | San Francisco

The 16th Avenue Tiled Steps is a short, out of the way stop in San Francisco. It is worth visiting this special stairway just to see a different part of the city. On your visit you will get plenty of the hills and steep streets, but with a lot less traffic and…

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Aviation Navigation Arrow | St. George

We were so excited to check out the Aviation Navigation Arrows in St. George when we first heard about them. These large concrete arrows were built as navigational tools for early mail pilots. There are a few in the area, but this was the first one that we visited. And it…

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