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The Great Salt Lake

The Great Salt Lake is named for the salt content in the water. It’s the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River as it covers approximately 1,700 square miles. It is 75 miles long and about 35 miles wide. Mineral deposits of salt are left behind once the water evaporates. It makes it a great place to have a salt mill and many companies took advantage of the abundance of salt. The Great Salt Lake also draws people for a variety of outdoor activities boating, hiking, picnicking and sightseeing.

Park City

Park City Main Street was built during a silver mining boom in the 19th-century. Currently, there are more tourists than permanent residents in the city. This is most likely due to the “greatest snow on earth.”  In 2005, two Ski Resort merged together creating the largest ski area in the United States. Park City also offers clean fresh air, beautiful scenery, and is home to the largest independent film festival in the U.S., the Sundance Film Festival. Park City was also named one of the top 20 “prettiest towns” in the US in 2008.

Temple Square

Temple Square is In the heart of Downtown Salt Lake City, spanning nearly three blocks. In the center of Temple Square, lies the Salt Lake City Temple. The square is a stunning 10 acre landscaped plaza full of iconic buildings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It continues to draw in members of the church as well as those of other backgrounds. Recently the Conference Center was added, a meeting hall that seats more than 21,000 people.  Other amazing buildings on the Temple Square grounds include the Tabernacle, The Joseph Smith Memorial Building, Assembly Hall, The Beehive House where Brigham Young Lived, and other monuments that provide insight to the rich history of the Church. The Square is also home to the largest genealogical library ever known. Due to the churches achievement in the settlement of Utah, Temple Square was designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1964.

Liberty Park

Liberty Park is the second largest park in Salt Lake City with 80 acres, second to Sugarhouse with 110 acres. This public park includes Bowery, children’s play areas, basketball, volleyball, bocce ball, and tennis courts. In addition, it offers clean restrooms, jogging paths, a concession stand, seasonal amusement rides, a greenhouse, yearly festivals and it is also home to Tracy Aviary. Liberty Park is a great option for family fun without having to travel too far from home.

Salt Lake City Public Library

The stunning Salt Lake Public Library is a unique structure is a great place to stop whether you like to read or look at beautiful architecture. It was relocated to a new area downtown Salt Lake City after the $84 million library bond was approved. This grande library is filled with more than 500,000 books as well as many cozy corners. It is the perfect location to get lost in a book.  Most people who visit often comment that the architecture alone is enough of a reason to visit. The Library is staffed with friendly librarians and an on-site café. There is also a variety of shops and additional cafes just outside the library, definitely enough to keep you entertained for a few hours. For those outdoor enthusiasts, there is a beautiful garden you can walk through or find a place for a relaxing read.

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