Snow Canyon Family Climbing Adventure - Itinerary
Amanda lives in Salt Lake with her husband Kellen and their two kids, Brighton(10) and Tatum(4). Amanda and Kellen are living examples of the family outdoor adventure lifestyle. Every weekend they’re in the local canyons with the kids. It’s their family time, and it’s precious to them.
DATES OF ADVENTURE
March 3rd thru March 5th, 2017
AGES OF CHILDREN
9 & 3 (during the adventure)
WHERE TO STAY
We stayed in the Snow Canyon Campground, Group Campsite in Quail Loop. We always camp with an assortment of friends, their kids, and dogs. The scenery was gorgeous. The pavilion had electrical outlets and light switches, and we even had a water pump (we call this luxury camping). Highly recommend this spot for those who may be nervous about giving up flushing toilets and electricity.
THINGS TO NOTE
If you want to get off the beaten path, find a dog sitter. We brought our dog and weren’t huge fans of having to have her leashed all the time.
You are not allowed to climb or scramble on the rocks surrounding the campsite, so that was a bummer.
We arrived after lunch, check in was 3 pm. We set up camp and hung our hammocks immediately. The parents relaxed. The kids had a full agenda which included get out the sand toys, play in the sand, play hide and seek with the walkie-talkies, and play in the hammocks.
For dinner we ate Minestrone Soup from Bear Creek, the kids were not big fans of this flavor LOL, but it’s so easy while camping. Next time I will get their favorite flavor!
The best part of camping trips is when it gets dark and a little chilly so everyone huddles around the campfire. No electronics, no distractions just quality time with your loved ones.