From the forests of the Wasatch Mountains to the crimson rocks of its southern deserts, Utah is home to exciting outdoor recreation and friendly locals. In the winter, the fluffy snow draws visitors for skiing and snowboarding, and the warm temperatures of summer entice hikers from all over the world. In addition to the outdoor amusement, the cities of Utah are also home to an abundance of art festivals, musical productions, historical museums and more.
- Tabernacle Square in Historic Downtown Logan��, UT 84343 in Logan, UT
The middle weekend of June livens up Tabernacle Square with a juried art festival that includes live music, great food and a children's art yard. Artistic mediums include: oil and watercolor paintings, photography, sculpture, fiber art, jewelry, pottery and more. More than a hundred artists bring their works to the grounds of the Logan Tabernacle. There are concerts every evening in this over 30-year tradition.
- Salt Lake City, Utah in Salt lake city, UT
The founding of the city by Mormon pioneers in 1847 is a celebration that includes: rodeos, parades, dinners, first encampment hikes and royalty pageants. Don't forget Family Fun Day and the Float Preview Party. Events begin in March and culminate in this July event and horses are involved frequently. It's a state holiday! Celebrate it here.