Whether you're looking to drive quickly across the state or take a relaxing trip down country roads, Utah has you covered. I-15 is the fastest way to travel in Utah, running the length of the state from St George all the way up to Logan. Secondary roads like Highway 6 and 89 take a less direct route from city to city but will provide you and your crew with better scenery during your drive.
Anyone who wants to learn about Utah's culture and history will want to make a trip to Temple Square in Salt Lake City. As the headquarters of The Church of the Jesus Christ and the Latter-day Saints, Temple Square is home to the Salt Lake Temple, the most important religious building in Utah. Visitors who aren't part of the Mormon Church aren't allowed to enter the Salt Lake Temple; however, you're welcome to have lunch in the Joseph Smith Memorial Center and take a tour of the Museum of Church History and Art. Temple Square is located in the heart of Salt Lake City, so you'll find some of the best RV parks in Utah nearby.
One of the most popular outdoor activities in Utah is skiing, and one of the best places for winter sports is Park City Mountain Resort. Situated 30 miles from the state capital, Park City Mountain Resort is among the largest ski resorts in the US, comprising over 7,300 acres of snow-covered mountains. The resort is also superb for year-round fun, with over 400 miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as scenic chairlifts offering sweeping views of the Uinta and Wasatch Mountains. As mentioned, you'll be just 30 miles from Salt Lake City if you're planning a day trip, and there's also the Park City RV Resort if you want to spend the night.
Campers traveling across Utah with their family in tow may want to swing by Lagoon Amusement Park. Adrenaline junkies are sure to love Utah's premier theme park, with ten roller coasters, including Wicked, one of the oldest roller coasters in the world. Another highlight is the Cannibal coaster which features a 116° drop that ranks among the world’s steepest. Looking for a break between rides? Grab a refreshment at the beer garden, sit down for lunch at one of several restaurants, or catch a live show. Lagoon Amusement Park is just 20 minutes north of Salt Lake City, and the park operates Lagoon's RV Park and Campground in case you want to camp close to the action.