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Welcome to Salt Lake City
One of the fastest growing regions in the country, The Greater Salt Lake Region
underwent a major transformation in time for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.
Salt Lake is also famous as the home of the Mormon Church and many of
the major tourism and cultural attractions in this area reflects the area's religious background.
Located in the adjacent Wasatch Mountains are a number of Ski Resorts
and Outdoor Wilderness Adventures. Also noteworthy are the major
tourism destinations of Park City and
The Great Salt Lake.
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Historic Temple Square
The famous Mormon Temple, Tabernacle and Visitors Center of the LDS Church, located in downtown SLC.
Today this complex serves as the headquarters of the worldwide church.
Tour LDS Historic Landmarks -
Hotlink to temples, pioneer museums and other noteworthy sites.
Tour Utah State Capitol Building
An elegant architectural masterpiece set on a 40-acre hilltop parcel overlooking the Salt Lake Valley.
The property includes beautifully maintained and sculpted lawns, trees, flowerbeds, and shrubs.
The building was constructed between 1912 and 1916, using granite from nearby Little Cottonwood Canyon and the dome is covered with Utah copper.
Gateway Mall - SLC
Salt Lake City's only open-air contemporary destination that delivers the ultimate in shopping, dining and entertainment.
Shop and dine at over 105 stores and restaurants.
Union Pacific Railroad Depot
- Visit the beautifully restored 1908 train depot featuring early French Renaissance architecture and original artwork.
Olympic Legacy Plaza
- Featuring the "dancing waters" of the Olympic Snowflake Fountain that is overlooked by a classic clock tower.
Tour Bonneville Salt Falts
Thousands of visitors, commercial filmmakers, high speed auto racers, make the Bonneville Salt Flats a world famous destination.
Since the first speed record attempts in 1914, hundreds of records have been set and broken in a variety of automotive and motorcycle classes.
World of Speed - Racing Event held every September.
Tour Bingham Copper Mine
Standing at the overlook within the Bingham Canyon Mine, you can see, hear, and feel the breathtaking and awesome
magnitude of the largest man-made excavation on earth.
Rockport State Park
Just a quick 45-minute drive from Salt Lake City and features first-rate fishing, waterskiing, swimming, sailboarding
and sailboating. Surrounded by juniper trees, sagebrush, willows, and cottonwoods, Rockport Reservoir
is a great stop for the day, or a weekend trip. Rockportís mountain setting offers something for every visitor.
Lagoon Amusement Park
An older resort theme park located 17 miles north of Salt Lake City in Farmington.
Here you will find 35 thrill rides, six-acre beachfront waterpark and historic pioneer village.
Additionally there is live entertainment, shops, games and food.
More Metro Area Salt Lake Sports Adventures
Pro Sports, Semi-pro, Collegiate and High school sports, clubs and special events.
More Salt Lake Area Golf Resorts
Here are a few that we consider to be the best in this area
Utah Sports Adventure Guide
Baseball, basketball, football, golf, hockey, tennis, soccer, aquatics, etc.
Utah Outdoor Recreation Adventures
Hiking, biking, fishing, and other wilderness adventures.
Special Event Calendar - Salt Lake Metro Area
Listings of upcoming concerts and sporting events - buy tickets online.
Great Salt Lake State Park
State Marina offers spectacular views of sunsets over the Great Salt Lake and provides marina access for sailors, sculling enthusiasts, other boaters, and bird watchers.
A remnant of ancient Lake Bonneville, the Great Salt Lake covers more than 2,000 square miles and is several times saltier than the ocean.
The lake attracts more than 257 species of birds, depending on the season.
Antelope Island State Park
The largest island in the Great Salt Lake and home to a roaming herd of 600 bison. Pronghorn antelope and bighorn sheep also share the rangelands that
overlook the desert lake. Opportunities to view wildlife are available on backcountry trails, which are open to horseback riding, mountain biking,
hiking and cross-country skiing. A modern visitor center offers information on the islandís unique biology, geology and history.
Rail Trail State Park
The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail is a 28-mile non-motorized trail. The trail begins or ends in Park City and follows
Interstate 80 through Wanship and Coalville to Echo Reservoir. Activities include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding,
jogging, Nordic skiing and wildlife watching.
Timpanogas Cave National Monument
National Park Rangers guide visitors on hour-long, interpretative tours through the caves.
Utah Fun Dome
The most conspicuous feature here is the giant 8-story bungee jump tower. Other activities
include thrill rides, miniature golf course, laser-tag, arcade games, and restaurants.
You can also fine a Karaoke Club, an Italian carousel, bumper cars, 3D theater, and a bowling alley.
Raging Waters Utah
Another big water adventure park with over 30 waterslides and giant aquatic playground.
Park is open from June to the end of summer.