There is something truly special about surrounding yourself with fields of wildflowers. While you can always go for a hike or even a scenic drive to find these seas of wildflowers, you can also attend the annual Wasatch Wildflower Festival. This multi-day event wildflower festival is held at the four Cottonwood Canyon ski areas and is designed to celebrate the wildflowers found in the Wasatch Mountains. Whether you love wildflowers or you just want to spend some time outdoors, this summer festival in Utah is one of the most colorful of the year and you won’t want to miss it.

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For more information on this wildflower festival in Utah, along with registering for a walk, visit the Cottonwood Canyons Foundation. website. You can also check out the Cottonwood Canyons Foundation Facebook page for additional information.

If you love wildflowers, you aren’t alone. Make sure to check out this wildflower meadow trail in Utah that will make you feel like you are in the middle of a fairy tale.

Have you ever been to the Wasatch Wildflower Festival? If so, what was your favorite part? Do you know of any other wildflower festivals in Utah? What do you think are the best festivals held in Utah? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

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Fun Adventures in Utah

Where can we find farmer’s markets in Utah?

  • The Murray Park Farmer's Market in Murray is unique in that it is a food-only market (so no musicians or craft booths) but plenty of delicious fresh produce.
  • The Cache Valley Gardeners Market in Logan features a wealth of fresh produce as well as lots of perennial and annual plants and flowers.
  • The Bountiful Farmers Market in Bountiful is a favorite market for its Utah grown plants, fruits, and veggies, handmade crafts, and other Utah made products.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other exciting farmer’s markets in Utah.

What are some Utah day trip itineraries?

  • The Hardware Ranch Wildlife Viewing Area in Hyrum is where you can watch the annual elk migration during the winter.
  • Thanksgiving Point in Lehi is where visitors come to enjoy the annual spring tulip bloom, visit a butterfly biosphere, and play with farm animals.
  • Capitol Reef National Park offers all the outdoor wonders you would expect, including hiking, rock climbing, wildlife sighting, camping and more.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other great Utah day trip itineraries.

What are some must-visit places in Utah?

  • Zion Canyon, was established in 1919, was Utah’s first national park, and is one of the busiest national parks in the entire country.
  • The Golden Spike National Historic Park and Spiral Jetty in Corinne offers a drive along an 1869 railroad grade, a hiking trail, and more about railroad history in the state.
  • Observation Point is accessible via an 8-mile roundtrip trail and offers the best views in Zion National Park.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other must-visit places in Utah.

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