July 13th, 2017
Looking for something new to do? Apartments in Salt Lake City are a great launch pad for a summer of family adventure:
Liberty Park: Giant Liberty Park, at 589 East 13th South, has something for everyone. Lots of room to run, playgrounds, picnic and barbecue areas, walking/running paths, a swimming pool, a duck pond, concessions and rides, and even an aviary.
Salt Lake Bicycle Tours: Whether you’re a newcomer or have lived in Salt Lake your whole life, you’re sure to see your city through new eyes when you take a bicycle tour. Learn fascinating tidbits from history, get up close to the city at a pace that lets you really see it, and enjoy the beautiful summer weather.
Twilight Concerts: The Twilight Concert Series is produced by the Salt Lake Arts Council, and features live music outdoors on Thursday nights from July 21 to September 1. General admission is $7.50.
Monday Night Movies: For a late night treat, take a blanket, pillows, lawn chairs, and a picnic to the Gallivan Center at 239 South Main in Salt Lake for free movies that start at dusk. This year’s feature is “Summer of Spielberg.”
Salt Lake County Fair: Be sure to put the Salt Lake County Fair on your calendar for August 2-5. Parking costs $10, but general admission to the fair is free. Kids can see animals, demonstrations, and displays, and everybody can enjoy some summer-indulgence fair food. Check the fair schedule for extra-admission concerts and events.
Hiking: When you live in apartments in Salt Lake City, you have easy access to summer recreation that people travel from all over the world to take advantage of. There’s something for everyone within a half hour of downtown, from short walks for the stroller to hikes to give a teenager a real sense of accomplishment.
When you live in apartments in Salt Lake City, your weekends are yours, completely free of home and yard chores. So get out there and enjoy!