The Wasatch-Cache National Forest is comprised of 1,300,000 acres in Utah's Wasatch Mountains. Much of this area is untouched by man, and the roads are just narrow dirt strips without guardrails. Some of the towns offering skiing, camping, picnicking, hiking, and other activities.
I drove through the park from Bountiful, Utah into Salt Lake City. The drive took just a few hours, even with numerous stops and side trips. From this road, you have some spectacular views of Salt Lake City and the lake itself.
Alright you know you are doing pretty well, when you own an entire mountain. Needless to say, Rob is doing well for himself. While the actual skiing of this place is not all that good (WAY too small), the short drive to see the lodges and tour all the photos of famous people and their films is really worth it.
You will have to excuse my ignorance to the fact that glass reflects the flash from my camera. The people in the picture from left to right are Quinton Tarrantino, Steve Buscemi, and another famous guy I don't know the name of.
Seven Peaks water park
Seven Peaks is the largest waterpark in the state, and they have acres of excitement for everyone in your family. The adults will love the Ramblin' River and the chance to sit and relax. Your teenagers will get a thrill while riding our speed slides, especially Shotgun Falls and Cave In.
Utah Fun Dome
This enormous family entertainment complex was voted best of Utah two years in a row. Whether you it is Bungee jumping, bowling, playing golf, riding race cars, playing video games or riding one of the extreme rides such as the Horizontal Terrorizer you are sure to have a great time.