Lehi Journals

Utah County

A travel journal to Lehi by christinezoo

Quote: Utah county, Utah has a wide variety of things to do.

Iceberg Drive Inn

Restaurant | "Iceberg Drive In"

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If you are in the Lehi area of Utah county, Iceberg is a great place to stop for a quick lunch. This particular Iceberg is actually connected to a gas station. They have shakes that are huges and so delicious. They also have good french fries with yummy fry sauce. The sandwiches are good too.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 21, 2006

Iceberg Drive Inn
3295 Frontage Road
Lehi, Utah 84043
(801)768-8076

Hermanos (Los)

Restaurant | "Los Hermanos"

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Los Hermanos is a delicious Mexican restaurant. They have delicious chips and salsa that they serve. The food is great. The restaurant is fairly nice. The parking is horrible. There's never anywhere to park. There is always a wait te be seated. Sometimes the wait is even longer than an hour. They don't take reservations.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 22, 2006

Hermanos (Los)
395 N State Street
Lindon, Utah
(801) 785-1715

Cabela's

Attraction

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A trip to Cabela's is like a trip out outdoors. They have tons of sporting goods and awesome displays. Some people that just go there to look around for fun.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 21, 2006

Cabela's
2502 Grand Terrace Parkway
Lehi, Utah 84043
(801) 766-2500

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Kencraft is a candy manufacturer. They have an area for self-guided tours. There are windows and viewing areas near most of the manufacturing area. There are signs on the windows that tell you about it. You can tour as fast or slow as you want. You can watch them make taffy, candy canes, or lollipops. You can also see some of the candy hand-decorated with icing pictures. After you get done seeing the candy made, you can stop off at the store for some candy. They have regular priced candy and discounted candy that didn't turn out perfectly. My kids usually get a bag of giant lollipops for about $2.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on August 21, 2006

Kencraft Candy Factory
119 E. 200 N.
Alpine, Utah 84004
(801) 756-6916

Thanksgiving Point Museum of Ancient Life

Attraction | "Dinosaur Museum"

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The Dinosaur Museum has just what you'd expect--Dinosaur Bones. But they also have a bunch of cool hands-on exhibits for the kids. There is a sand and water area for kids that demonstrates erosion. They provide aprons for the kids they wear for that and sinks to wash up in after. They also have some sandy areas for the kids to dig for bones. There are movies and other things about dinosaurs and ancient life.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 21, 2006

Thanksgiving Point Museum of Ancient Life
3003 North Thanksgiving Way
Lehi, Utah 84043

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This water park has a lot of water slides that adults and teenagers would love. Some of the slides are actually quite scary and are so fast that you are only going down the slide for a few seconds. No matter what swimming suit you are wearing, you will get a "wedgie". They are not slides for people who are timid. There's also a kid area, wave pool, tubing area, and milder slides.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 21, 2006

Seven Peaks Water Park
1330 East 300 North
Provo 84604
(801) 373-8777

Mt. Timpanogos

Attraction | "Hiking Mt. Timpanogas"

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There are hiking trails going up to the top of Mt. Timpanogas from both American Fork and Provo canyons. The scenery is beautiful both ways. The last part of the hike is a bit steep and rocky. At the top, there is a book you can sign. Near the top there is a lot of snow and ice. Many people slide down the glacier for part of the way down. We did this and it scared the crap out of me. It should have been a big warning that there was a medical helicopter picking up someone at the bottom of the glacier. But we decided it would be fun. Luckily, we didn't get hurt. We just got our pants full of snow and ice. We also didn't realize that we were hiking down the wrong side of the mountain. We park...Read More

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on August 22, 2006

Mt. Timpanogos
American Fork And Provo Canyons
Lehi

Bridal Veil Falls

Attraction

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Bridal Veil falls is a pretty waterfall, not too far up Provo Canyon. There are a lot of picnic and barbeque spots nearby. The walk up to the bottom of the falls is completely paved. There used to be a tram ride, but it was destroyed in an avalanche. When we go to the bottom of the falls, we let our kids take their shoes off and put their feet in the water. The watery area near the trail isn't directly under the waterfall. There isn't an official trail to the top of the falls. It doesn't look to safe to attempt to climb to the top.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on August 22, 2006

Bridal Veil Falls

Provo, Utah

Provo Canyon

Attraction | "Provo River Trail"

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The Provo River Trail is a paved trail running alongside the Provo River. It starts at the top of Provo Canyon. The trail actually runs through the city of Provo. There are several parks off the trail. The whole trail is pretty much accessible by vehicles. I love running on the trail in the canyon. That being said, I didn't love running on the trail when it went through Provo. It doesn't appear to be very safe to run on by yourself if you are a female. It goes under a lot of overpasses. It is an isolated place to run.

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on August 22, 2006

Provo Canyon

Provo, Utah

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West Jordan, Utah