Johnston Ridge Observatory is located approximately 70 miles north of Portland, OR. It is found within the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. This monument was set […read more]
Visiting the Las Vegas Strip with kids can be a bit…alarming, but I’ll tell you the must-visit attractions to make your visit to the Strip unforgettable (in a good way) for everyone!
Less than a mile to a waterfall and tucked behind the Red Cliffs campground. This is a popular hike in southern Utah and a must visit when hiking with kids.
Scout Cave is just outside Snow Canyon State Park. 4 miles round-trip and just challenging enough for kids. Highlight is the HUGE cave at the end!
Butterfly Trail in Snow Canyon State Park has everything you need to make hiking with kids fun! (Can’t go wrong with a cave at the end!)
Climb, run, see and enjoy! This kid-friendly and easy adventure in Snow Canyon isn’t a trail but a jungle gym of natural rock…er…petrified dunes!
Lava Flow Trail in Snow Canyon State Park is a trail that the tweens will love and younger kids can do on their own. This trail brings you to lava tubes and caves! At the end, climb a sandstone mountain to enjoy an overlook of the park.
Silver Reef Museum in Leeds, UT tells a wonderful story of Leeds history. Historical remnants and cemeteries make this an educational and interesting visit.
Part of the historical Silver Reef Mine in Leeds, UT! Only 20 miles outside St. George. Visit the kiln for free, easy and quick family fun (and! a little history lesson).
Johnson Canyon (aka Johnson Arch) is an easy 2.5 miles trail just outside Snow Canyon State Park. Fee-free with canyons, arches, water and more!