3 Utah Attractions To Explore on Fall Break

Canyonlands National Park

Canyonlands National Park

Fall break is almost here, and families are ready for a little respite from the everyday chaos of the school year. Let Affordable Rent-A-Car and Sales help you begin to make your fall break plans. As you create your list of activities, be sure to check out some of our staff’s picks for top things to do in Utah.

1. Utah Olympic Park

Just a few weeks ago, we were all glued to the TV to watch the 2016 Summer Olympic games. You can keep your Olympic spirit alive with a visit to Utah’s Olympic Park, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Enjoy a guided tour, experience a bobsled run, or attend one of the park’s special events.

2. Canyonlands National Park

If you’re more of an outdoor enthusiast (or just appreciate some really great views), then check out Canyonlands National Park. This Utah destination is about four hours outside Salt Lake City but is ripe with recreation opportunities as well as scenic drives or spots for viewing or photographing local wildlife and landscape. We recommend that you throw your tent in your rental car and plan to turn your trip into an overnight (or two) camping adventure.

3. The Natural History Museum of Utah

Are you wanting to stay in the Salt Lake City region? Then The Natural History Museum of Utah may be a great place to explore with the kids. The museum is both educational and interactive, and you can even take advantage of local trails right from the museum. When you get hungry, you can enjoy the museum cafe that boasts locally sourced, organic meal and snack options.

For all your fall break travels in Utah, let Affordable Rent-A-Car help you with your rental needs. We have reliable and affordable cars, vans, and SUVs to fit your family and your budget. To find out more or to make a reservation, contact us at (801) 266-7368.

By Rick from Boulder, USA (Flickr) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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