There’s a lot to love about Utah. Of course, there’s certainly immense beauty around every turn. But, there’s also a fair bit of history to enjoy here. But, the best is when those two elements are combined into one small, but mighty little town! This spot played an important role during the Civil War and visiting is a fun glimpse into the past. There are certainly plenty of things to do in Fairfield, Utah. Check it out!

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Have you ever visited Camp Floyd State Park? Or, even better, do you live nearby? We’d love to hear any tips and tricks Tell us about your trip in the comments.

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Things To Do in Utah

Which hidden gems in Utah should I visit?

The best hidden gems in Utah you should visit can be found all throughout the state. Here are a few to start with, even though there are many more:

  • SAOLA, Cottonwood Heights. This Asian restaurant sits surrounded by some of the most gorgeous scenery. And, the food is just as great.
  • Layton, Davis County. From museums to restaurants to shops, this is a great town for a long weekend or even just a day trip.
  • Gilgal Sculpture Garden, Salt Lake City. This unique garden was built in 1945 by Thomas Battersby Child, Jr. who was both an artist and a stonemason.
  • Kodachrome Basin State Park, Cannonville. This gorgeous but underrated park is great for those who enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities. Plus, the landscape is absolutely awe-inspiring.
  • The entirety of Tooele County. This county, located in the northwest part of the state, is just brimming with hidden attractions to explore.

 

For more fantastic hidden gems in Utah, check out this road trip leading to some incredible little-known spots in the state.

What food trails can I take in Utah?

There are some seriously great food trails to take in Utah. Here are a few road trips leading to the best food in the state: