“That’s cool Andrew. But I don’t like hiking.”
Or “What about when it’s 15 degrees outside?”
Or “What if I don’t want to spend a bunch of money just to have ‘fun’?”
Don’t worry- I got you!
I’ve got lists of fun activities across all the seasons– winter, spring, summer and fall– the whole year.
Plus, I’ve even got lists of free things to do, and a bunch of ideas that don’t involve lacing up your hiking boots or spending time with tourists.
It's all inside the guide, and constantly updated throughout the year.
Are you getting tired of the same old routine, and want to create memories with your family? Maybe you’re new to Utah, and need some recommendations for things to do?
You could spend hours of your precious time searching the internet for ideas, and through trial and error find some activities that would be worth trying.
Or, you could get "160+ Fun Things To Do In Utah This Year", and discover the ultimate list of fun adventures that everyone in your family will love!
In this guide, you’ll get a whole year’s worth of exciting things to do across Utah. So stop using search engines, reviews, forums, social media and news websites to plan your weekend adventures.
This guide will give you ideas for things do do by yourself, with your kids, your dates, or with anyone who wants to discover how great the state of Utah really is.
So what is it exactly?
Well it’s a Google Doc, and I’m constantly keeping it updated with the latest information and links.
All you have to do is open it up on your phone, or your iPad, and I’ve got 4 main sections for each of the seasons.
Within each season is a bunch of different activities and things to see and do.
How do you get this guide?
Down below there’s an order form- the guide is just $7.
And that’ll get you lifetime access to the guide, which will be constantly updated with the latest information.
So scroll down, fill out the form, pay the $7, and you’ll get instant access.
The only thing I ask is let me know what you think!
On this page you can read some of the amazing reviews of this guide from Utahns.
And I’d love to know how you’re using it, and what you’d like to see added to it!