Whether you are currently living in or visiting Provo, Utah, the winter season is definitely upon us and if you haven’t been able to participate in any of Provo’s winter activities, it’s time you dive right in and get out! There are so many different activities to do here for the whole family or even by yourself! Here’s a list of some of the top activities to check out and participate in Provo, Utah.
Skiing or Snowboarding
Utah has a total of 10 different ski resorts to choose from, but living in Provo, we are lucky to have Sundance Resort just 22 miles away from our Keyrenter Provo office! Sundance Resort has actually been awarded the #1 Ski Resort in North America for 2019! It has a total of 45 different runs to ski down, along with a Nordic center with many different 5k cross country skiing and snowshoeing trails. There’s also lots of different dining experiences to choose from, as well as art galleries with the famous film festival that is held each year. This year, it will be held throughout the week of January 23 to February 2. Not only is it great to visit Sundance Resort during the winter, but you don’t want to miss out on the fun activities they offer during the summer months. From zip-lining to hiking to mountain biking, there’s something everyone of all ages will enjoy!
Whether you’re going out with a group of friends or with the family, sledding is one that should be atop of your list. Utah county has lots of different fun sledding hills that are a must-visit! Here are a few of our favorites:
- Rock Canyon Park in Provo
- Peteetneet Academy in Payson
- Tibble Fork Reservoir in American Fork Canyon
- Cherry Hill Elementary in Orem
- Oak Canyon Junior High in Lindon
- Evergreen Park in American Fork
- Silver Lake Amphitheater in Eagle Mountain
- Spanish Oaks Elementary in Spanish Fork
Ice Skating is a super popular and iconic winter activity that many love to participate in, especially during the winter season. One of the most popular ice-skating arenas in Provo is located 15 minutes away from our office and is called Peaks Ice Arena. Peaks Ice Arena is a fun, family-friendly arena with public skate sessions and Monday Night Family Deals with special group prices. The public skate sessions cost $5 for adults, $4 for children and seniors, with a skate rental of $3. The Family Night Special is $25 of a family of 4-6 people or $40 for a family of 7-9 people which also includes skate rentals. Ice skating with the whole family is a great Monday night family night activity.
Ice Fishing is one of those winter activities that isn’t as common as most of the others. However, just because it isn’t common doesn’t mean you wouldn’t enjoy it. So what are you waiting for? Try it out! The closest Lake to us in Provo is Utah Lake which is about 29 miles away from our office. Just make sure to bundle up in warm clothes and waterproof boots before setting off. Utah Lake really is a great place for individuals and groups to ice fish. White Bass is the most common and typical type of fish you would be able to catch during the winter season. The division fo Wildlife Services offers ice updates and current info for Utah Lake at https://dwrapps.utah.gov/fishing/fStart
Looking for a few more suggestions of fun activities to participate in during the winter season or simply wanting to look more into our services? Contact our Keyrenter Provo office today!