1625 West Center St
Provo, UT 84601
Phone: (801) 373-0099
Fax: (801) 370-0239
East bay features 1,500 yards of challenging and scenic golf.
Open to the public and offering eighteen holes and 3,328 yards.
For over 19-years, these experienced service professionals have been providing the best water craft equipment to the Utah Valley; specializing in wave runners.
In 1969, Robert Redford founded the Sundance Resort. This beautiful alpine retreat merges art and recreation while preserving the natural landscape. The hub of the Sundance Resort is Sundance village, complete with guest cottages, mountain homes, restaurants, artisan center and spacious conference facilities. Guests enjoy cross-country skiing, snowboarding, hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and fly fishing, outdoor summer theatre and art studies. The art classes offered at the Sundance Art Shack Studios operate under the premise that everyone has creative talents just waiting to be revealed.
Inexpensive by local standards, Sundance Ski Area boasts uncrowded ski slopes and alpine terrain. With just 450 skiable acres and only 320 inches annual snowfall, this resort is one of the smallest in the area and has one of the shortest seasons as well. Skiers have access to 41 runs, childcare and some lighted slopes for nighttime skiing. Check website for prices and further details.
This private course offers eighteen holes and 7,001 yards of golf.
This golf course is open to public and features nine holes and 3,000 yards of golf.
Renowned for its fine greens, this course is known for a challenging layout and a particulary competive back nine.
High on the rocky slopes of American Fork Canyon, in the shadows of Mount Timpanogos (Utah's Wasatch Range), sit three spectacular limestone caves. Each cavern offers a myriad of colors and formations. As visitors journey toward the cave entrance, they will ascend to more than 1,000 feet in elevation, where they will find incredible views of American Fork's tree-lined canyon. The hike to the top can be quite strenuous, but there are less difficult trails at the bottom of the hill for beginners. Tours are limited to about 20 people per tour. Check website for varying dates.
City kids love to visit this park where farm animals of all kinds are displayed and explained. Children are awed by how big the horses are and love to watch the cows get milked. Sheep, goats and ostriches seem as interested in the children as the children are in them. An incubator houses hatching quail and chicken eggs and an aquarium shows off both turtles and fish. A nominal donation is requested.
Golf Digest rated this Johnny Miller Signature Course the best golf course in the state of Utah. An annual Champions Challenge brings in golfers like Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Billy Casper and Johnny Miller. A large clubhouse, driving range, chipping area and putting green are also on site. A gift shop and the Sunset Grill restaurant adjoin the course. Call to reserve tee times.
The ten acres of gardens here are sure to inspire both serious and novice gardeners with new ideas. A vegetable garden, herb garden, rose garden and water garden are among the areas where visitors can browse and learn. Free classes are offered each week during the spring and summer on square foot gardening and grow-box gardening. The garden shop is well stocked with plants, flowers and garden decor and well staffed with knowledgeable, helpful clerks.