Summer Activity Guide 2023

For special family discounts, look for the frog symbol 🐸
For programs that offer summer camps, look for the sunflower symbol 🌻 

3rd Friday Live 435-538-7949

Each 3rd Friday of the month in Brigham City, you’ll find something to do in historic downtown. Sometimes organized, always organic, with live music, seasonal food trucks, and shops open late for your convenience.

4-H 🌻 


Junior livestock, shooting sports, dog club, horse programs, and more!

Aggie Chocolate Factory  435-797-6427

Fun for the whole family, the Aggie Chocolate factory gives free tours to the public. Take a tour and see how single-origin chocolates are made from bean to bar!

Altius Gymnastics Academy 435-754-7289 (Text preferred)

Weekly events and activities like girls' gymnastics, boys' gymnastics, preschool gymnastics, tumbling, and karate.

American West Heritage Center 🌻 435-245-6050

Summertime is a great time to visit the American West Heritage Center! Daily Historic Adventures run Tuesdays-Saturdays, June 6-August 11 and fun and unique summer camps go through June and July. 2023 Summer Camps include Life on the Farm Camp, Basic Survival Camp, Hot Shots Camp, Summer Camp Unplugged, Pre-School Camp, and Grandparents Day Camp.


ArtCore is a local nonprofit offering no-cost art opportunities. Visit their Facebook to see community events:

Aspire Performance Academy of the Arts 🌻 435-515-0054

A safe place for growth, professional instruction, challenging curriculum, and quality performance activities serving any age and ability. Courses include Summer Rhythmic Gymnastics, sports conditioning for ages 7-11, tumbling for various ages and skills, piano, children's choir, story theatre, and programs for children and adults who are differently abled.

Athletics United

A nonprofit running club designed for ALL members of the Cache Valley community. School-aged children can participate in free coaching, athletic events, and learn new skills and have fun.

Bad Apple Eddy Outfitters 435-915-6767

Stand-up-paddleboards, canoes, rafts, kayaks, raft couches, river tubes, life jackets, and transport trailers available for daily rental rates.

Ballet Aligned 435-633-1225

Ballet Aligned is an organization committed to making better ballet more accessible! Contact them for information on mini sessions, master classes, workshops, and opportunities to engage with ballet in the community.

Bear Lake Golf Course


A challenging 9-hole mountain golf course with a beautiful view of Bear Lake.

Bear Lake Raspberry Days


August 3-5, come to Garden City to celebrate the harvest of the world-famous Bear Lake Raspberries. Events typically include a craft fair, contests, music, and yummy food!

Bear Lake State Park


Covering 112 square miles with Caribbean blue waters, Bear Lake is ideal for waterskiing, swimming, boating, scuba diving, and fishing for cutthroat, mackinaw, and whitefish. More than 100 miles of trails around the lake allow hikers, bikers, and ATV fans to adventure to their hearts' content.

Bear River Bowling Center 🐸


A family friendly atmosphere with 12 hardwood bowling lanes.

Bear River Head Start


Bear River Head Start preschool serves families with children ages 0-5, including children with moderate to severe disabilities, and pregnant women.

Bear River Hot Springs 208-852-0266

Natural mineral hot springs with four pools and two water slides. Nearby you can float the Bear River, visit historic sites, grab a fresh raspberry milkshake, or take the Napoleon Dynamite Movie Tour.

Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge 435-723-5887

A nearly 80,000 acre oasis for over 200 species of birds. The Refuge is an excellent place to observe wildlife along a 12-mile auto tour route, as well as enjoying hunting, fishing, and wildlife photography. Carp, bullhead, and catfish are the most commonly caught fish inside the Refuge.

Beaver Creek Lodge 435-946-3400

Available May-October, summer adventure packages allow groups to discover nearby lakes, meadows, and forests on horseback or UTV.

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Beaver Mountain


There is an R.V. park, tent camping, and yurt rental spots available where you can take your family to enjoy nature.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah 801-313-0303

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah matches kids between the ages of 6 and 16 with trusted mentors in order to build a brighter future for the kids and our community. They support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the biggest possible futures for the youth in Utah with meaningful relationships and activities that engage, connect, and support children.

Big Dawg Athletics 🌻 


Camps and personal training for ages 5-18 featuring football training, speed & agility, plyometrics, enhanced movement quality, and balance/flexibility.

Birch Creek Golf Course


Junior golf clinics available.

Box Elder Bookmobile 435-695-2525

Visit for a schedule of bookmobile stops in Garland, Riverside, Belmont, Tremonton, Garland, Plymouth, Perry, Mantua, Corinne, Honeyville, Willard, and other locations. Call Josh at 435-760-9092 for Southern stops.

Box Elder County Fair


Check out Box Elder's annual fair with activities like a carnival, exhibits, entertainment, parade, events, and food. Free to attend. Monday, August 21 through Saturday, August 26, with a rodeo until 11:00 PM each night.

Box Elder Family Support Center

Brigham City: 435-723-6010, Garland: 435-730-5898

Free programs like a lending library, family therapy, and free diapers to families in Box Elder County with children ages 0-18 years old that do not have Medicaid or private mental health insurance. A crisis and respite nursery is available 24/7 for ages 0-11.

Box Elder High School Natatorium


Gym/weight room, open swim, lap swim, water aerobics, swim lessons, and more.

Boy Scouts of America 🌻

There are several scout packs in and around Box Elder and Cache counties which offer enriching activities like camping, hiking, pinewood derby car racing, field trips, and community service projects for ages 5-20.

Boys and Girls Club of Northern Utah 435-723-6224

Programs in the arts, recreation, sports, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), character, and community, along with opportunities for tutoring and mentoring, are provided for youth K-12.

Bridgerland Adventure Park 435-946-2246

Near Garden City you can find Bridgerland Adventure Park! Amenities include a zip line, rope course, rock wall, free fall, giant swing, axe throwing, kids train, tubing, bounce house, bungee trampoline, miniature golf, disc golf, concerts and playground.

Bridgerland RC Club 208-220-5964

A club which promotes camaraderie and friendship for radio-controlled aircraft enthusiasts. Even if you don't have an aircraft yet, they welcome you to come spectate!

Brigham Bowmen Archery Club 385-244-6851

Family-friendly archery club operating an outdoor and indoor range.

Brigham City Carnegie Library 435-723-5850

A multitude of exciting classes and events for children and teens, including story time and a monthly parent and child book group.

Brigham City Family Fun Center 435-723-1402

Billiards, arcade, bowling and mini golf.

Brigham City Farmer’s Market


The 2023 Summer Farmer's Market Season begins on Saturday, June 24 from 4:00 - 8:00 PM and will operate each Saturday through the end of September. Live, local entertainment, food, and handcrafted artisan items.

Brigham City Fine Arts Center 🐸 🌻 435-723-0740

The Brigham City Fine Arts Center has many options for summer camps and classes for youth and teens in art, theatre, music, dance, puppetry, nature, and more! Family discounts offered and scholarships available for financial need.

Brigham City Heritage Community Theatre


Audition for or attend an exciting assortment of shows and musicals.

Brigham City Museum of Art and History 435-226-1439

The museum features many interactive elements in the permanent historical exhibition and changing exhibition gallery to enhance the experience of all visitors no matter the age. Admission to the museum and its events are free.

Brigham City Parks and Recreation 🌻 


Boys and girls T-Ball, boys baseball, girls softball, juniors pickleball club, flag football, tennis. This year, Awesome Adventures is back for children in the 1st-5th grade. Availability is limited.

Brigham City Peach days

Peach Days is an honored tradition that brings approximately 35,000 spectators a fun-filled weekend with music, entertainment, craft/art/food vendors, car show, parade, carnival, and so much more. This year's Peach Days will run from September 7-9.

Brigham City Swimming Pool 🐸


The pool features a 150- foot water slide, two tot slides, two in the water splash features, 2 one-meter diving boards in the diving well, and 50 meter lanes. Water aerobics, lap swim, cross training, aqua zumba, parent/tot swim, and private swim lessons are available.

Brigham’s Half-Axed 435-919-5655

A laid-back place to throw axes.

Cache Arts 🌻 435-554-7065

Art camps for ages 5-11, ceramics classes for ages 5 and up, kids photography camp, and more for all ages! Partial tuition scholarships may be available.

Cache Children’s Choir 🌻 435-752-6260

Come along explorers! Come dive deep into the underwater world of music with camp director Erika Andrus! Move like sea creatures along with the music, make ocean themed crafts, and use crafts as props in stories and play instruments. Camp I is June 19-23 for ages 4-5. Camp II is June 19-23 for ages 6-7.


Come along for a Summer Music Ocean Extravaganza with camp director Sadie Julander! Play instruments, move to the music, and sing your hearts out! Music, crafts, friendships, and memories are all part of the fun. Camp III Is June 12-16 for ages 8-14.

Cache County Fairgrounds


The Cache County Fairgrounds host a multitude of summer activities including things like a circus, English Camp, Rock and Gem Club, Demolition Derby, fairs, and more.

Cache County Library


Summer reading program provided for all ages.

Cache Employment and Training Center 🌻

Youth summer programs provide community and recreational activities for youth and children while caring for disability needs.

Cache Humane Society 🌻 435-792-3920

Summer youth camps and volunteer opportunities available.

Cache Makers 🌻 


Cache Makers hosts a multitude of volunteer-led youth groups focused on science, technology, engineering, and math. They offer classes, clubs, and events on Dungeons & Dragons, Minecraft, computer programming, robotics, 3-D printing, soldering, laser cutting, e-textiles/sewing, and more!

Cache Meadow Creamery


Enjoy farm life! Visit the farm and help feed calves and see how cows are milked. Tour times are arranged on an individual basis.

Cache Pride Center 435-250-4048

Cache Pride Center gives youth a physically and emotionally safe space to come and be themselves. Peer support groups for ages 10-18, creative workshops, games, guided discussions, and more.

Cache Rock and Gem Club

Rock hounding fun for the whole family, field trips, classes, informational programs, workshops, and lots of fun!

Cache Theatre Company 🌻 435-227-5393

This summer, children 4-6 are invited to participate in the Lion King Kids summer camp, and youth 7-14 are invited to participate in the Lion King Jr summer camp. Sessions go through June and July.

Cache Valley Civic Ballet School and Company 🌻 435-753-3633

Training and private lessons in classical ballet for all ages and skill levels. Visit their website for information on their 2-week Summer Intensive.

Cache Valley Fun Park 🌻 435-792-4000

The fun park has everything from bowling, to roller skating, arcades, axe throwing, wonderful summer camps, birthday parties and outdoor tactical laser tag (1.5 acre arena). They even have Northern Utah’s largest indoor Soft Play jungle gym playground. With all there is to do at the Cache Valley Fun Park each member of your family will find something to enjoy!

Cache Valley Gardener’s Market 435-754-7402

Locally homegrown produce, fine arts and handmade crafts, live music and food!

Cache Valley Martial Arts and Fitness 801-879-6088

Some offerings include youth and teen Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, youth judo, youth wrestling, and youth Muay Thai.

Cache Valley Mini Golf 435-915-2117

A family-owned mini golf course in Logan featuring 18 holes with various themes, obstacles, and fun!

Cache Valley Public Shooting Range


The Cache Valley Public Shooting Range is a full-service indoor/outdoor public range owned and operated by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Notable features include shooting clinics and hunter education classes.

Cache Valley Science Kids

Educational opportunities in math and science offered for youths in grades K-12 in Cache Valley through USU and community partners.

Cache Valley Visitors Bureau  


View the Cache Valley Events Calendar for an exciting schedule of things to do in and around Cache Valley.  

Camp Fife 801-479-5460

Summer camps for Cub Scouts, Webelos Scouts, and Primary youth with a BMX bike course, obstacle course, rock wall, BB guns, archery range and more.

Centennial Rock Garden Tour

Interested in geology? Print out this guide to take a tour on large rock specimens ranging from 2,500 years to 3 billion years old!

Center Street Market

Every Wednesday from May 31 - August 23, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, roam down Center Street and partake in locally homegrown and artisan foods, goods and services, visiting food trucks, and more!

Cherry Peak Resort 435-200-5050

Check out their website for fun events and information on their Summer Concert Series.

Color Me Mine 435-890-8505

Paint-your-own ceramics with a studio available for walk-ins, workshops, and parties. To-go painting kits are also available.

Common Ground Outdoor Adventures 435-713-0288

Life-enhancing outdoor recreation for youths and adults with disabilities. Summer activities include cycling, rafting, canoeing, rock climbing, nature-based crafts and activities, yoga, hiking, and socials.

Crystal Hot Springs 435-339-0038

Complex includes three jetted tubs, a large soaker pool, an Olympic-sized pool, two water slides and a lap pool. There are also campsites, a sand volleyball court, and a carp pond for fishing.

Cutler Reservoir

Outside of Smithfield, Cutler Reservoir is a shallow area perfect for canoeing and kayaking. Fish for black crappie, bluegill, black bullhead catfish, carp, channel catfish, largemouth bass, and walleye.

Dance Illusion LLC 435-755-6783

Ballet, tap, acro tumbling, choreography, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, and more!

Deloy’s Ceramics 435-752-6238

A wide variety of ceramics to paint, glaze, and fire. Painting classes are also offered.

Devils Playground

A fun geological site to visit with your family. Located in Box Elder County. Features historic rock formations.

Dolores Dore Eccles Center for Early Care and Education 🌻 435-797-5376

Summer Day Camps for school aged children, with daily off-site activities ranging from art and science experiences to recreation and swimming.

Duck N Dodge 435-915-6176

Duck n Dodge is a mobile Nerf and archery tag business specializing in playgroups and birthday parties.

Eagle Mountain Golf Course 🐸 🌻 435-723-3212

Private golf lessons, PGA Junior League, Summer junior clinics for ages 6-14, and high school clinics available.

Eccles Ice Center 🐸 🌻


Public ice skating, family nights, skating lessons, figure skating, curling and more!

Elevation Rock Gym


Elevation Rock Gym offers classes for all ages and abilities. Offerings include Climbing 101, Family Class, Lead Climbing 101, youth climbing team, puppy yoga, and more!

Enchanted Hollow Alpacas


Alpaca farm tours and field trips by appointment.

Epic Recreation


Rentals for off-road motor vehicles, motorized and non-motorized water vehicles, stand-up paddle boards, e-bikes, water trampolines, kayaks, and more.

Fellowship of the Ink

A chapter of the League of Utah Writers fostering friendship, good writing, and individualized critiques. The Fellowship of the Ink invites writers of all ages, backgrounds, and lifestyles to join.

First Dam

Free location where the whole family can enjoy nature, a walking trail, ducks, and a pavilion area with picnic tables. Local anglers can also frequent the water's edge in hopes of landing one of the many trout stocked here yearly. Newly constructed decks and fishing piers make this park an enjoyable spot for all.

Four Seasons Theatre Company 🐸 435-535-1432

Four Seasons Theatre Company is dedicated to providing excellence in community entertainment. Audition for or attend a variety of exciting plays.

Freckle Farm


Gardening kits, events, and workshops.

Fry Street Chamber Music Festival 🌻 435-797-8924

The Fry Street Chamber Music Festival is for violin, viola, cello, and piano students ages 14-18. Students will leave inspired after 10 days of individual lessons, coaching, masterclasses, performances, and more with members of the Fry Street Quartet and guest artists.

Full Circle Dance


Instruction in creative movement, ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap pre-yoga, pointe, and tumbling for ages 3 and up. Full Circle Dance also has a special needs program and promotes the inclusive belief that anyone can be a dancer no matter experience, body type, ability, age, or gender.

Garland Public Library 435-257-3118

Story Time, reading challenges, 3D printers, telescope and binocular lending, and more.


Explore Northern Utah and find hidden geocaches! They range from small containers with log books, to big boxes with fun prizes that you can trade and exchange. With varying distances and difficulties, this is a fun activity for everyone in the family to get involved.

Girl Scouts 🌻 801-265-8472

Engaging, challenging, and fun activities like earning badges, going on awesome trips, summer camps, selling cookies, exploring science, getting outdoors, and doing community service projects.

Golden Spike National Historical Park


Golden Spike is home to two replica steam locomotives, costumed reenactments, two driving tours, and a hiking trail.

Good Times School of Rock 🌻 703-332-9211

Middle and high school age aspiring musicians are invited to come join a band with other passionate artists and learn how to equip, practice, write, and perform in a rock or jazz band!

Hardware Ranch


Opportunities for wildlife viewing, hiking, and other outdoor recreation. Visiting Hardware WMA is free and the Education Center has exhibits, all-ages education programs, and staff available to answer questions.

Heber Hatchets Axe Throwing 385-275-2291

Active and unique, their team can help teach youth 11 and over how to throw axes safely!

Highpoint Tumbling 435-753-7500

Tumbling and gymnastics classes for all ages and abilities, ranging from parent to tot. Private, group, and team lessons offered.

Hiking Trails

Visit this guide for a list of breathtaking hikes in and around beautiful Cache Valley.

Hyrum City Museum 435-245-0208

The Hyrum City Museum creates and maintains interpretive exhibits, provides educational activities, and actively collects and cares for artifacts and historical materials to provide a resource for visitors to make connections with local heritage and our community. They also host a variety of family activities like a summer passport, family movie nights, and other activities.

Hyrum Lake State Park

Hyrum State Park offers many recreation opportunities including fishing, boating, swimming, and camping. Surrounded by tall, shady trees, this provides an excellent place for an afternoon picnic, or spend the whole weekend strolling on the lake catching yellow perch, rainbow trout, bluegill, and largemouth bass.

Hyrum Library 435-245-6411

Each year they introduce a new theme and new activities for the summer reading program.

Imagine This! 🌻 435-774-2414

Imagine This! has many options for summer camps this year! They will be offering a Jr. Music and Art Camp, Anime/Cartoon Camp, 3D/Ceramics Camp, Teen Painting Camp, and a Drawing Camp! All information on dates and prices are on their website.

Intermountain Herbarium 435-797-0061

Facilities available to visitors include dissecting microscopes, floras, standard dissecting tools, plant dryer, and many topographic maps.

Jump The Moon 435-770-5066

Jump the Moon strives to enhance community joy and inclusion through innovative, adaptive and educational art making experiences. They help everyone, especially the differently abled, to express their creativity.

Just Jumpin’ Fun & Fitness Camp 🌻 435-755-6046

A camp with activities like parachute fun, floor scooters, jump rope, frisbees, floor hockey, kicking games, team and fitness games, climbing wall and giant slide.

Jyushinkan Aikido Dojo

The martial art of aikido is a peaceful discipline of self-defense and personal development. Weekly classes for adults, youth, and children.

KSM Music


Guitar, bass, drums, ukulele, brass and woodwinds, piano, banjo, and mandolin lessons offered.

Lewiston Library 435-258-5515

Summer reading program, story time, and reading marathons.

Lewiston Theatre


Affordable family entertainment! Visit their Facebook page for monthly movie updates.

Little Free Libraries

Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization with more than 100,000 little libraries worldwide! There are dozens of little libraries in and around Cache and Box Elder counties. Visit their website for a map and search tool to find a little library near you!

Little Lambs Foundation for Kids 435-764-4439

A local nonprofit uplifting struggling families and foster youth by providing necessary items that no child should have to go without. Get involved by volunteering and contributing handmade items, hosting a product or diaper drive, or joining the teen ambassador program.

Locked In Escape Room 🐸 435-374-8699

A hands-on adventure game in which players use elements of a themed room to solve a series of puzzles and escape within a set time.

Logan Aquatic Center 🐸


The Aquatic center provides a variety of programs including swimming lessons, water aerobics, adaptive aquatics, hydro fit classes, lap swimming, lifeguard training, water safety instruction and more.

Logan Canyon

A printable guide for your journey through Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway, offering an abundance of breathtaking natural beauty, diverse recreational opportunities, and fascinating history. This brochure contains 31 sites featuring overlooks, campgrounds, picnic areas, trails and more for family summer adventures.

Logan City Skate Park

Open dawn to dusk, 17,000 square feet and eight-foot bowls. Designed for the beginner, intermediate, and advanced skater.

Logan Community Recreation Center 🐸🌻


Weight rooms, racquetball, walking track, pickleball, wallyball, basketball, tee ball, baseball, ping pong and foosball open play. Weekly teen game nights, Summer playground camp for grades 1-5, kids fun and fitness nights for ages 3+, track club for ages 6-14, and a sports and fitness camp for ages 6-11.

Logan Fire Department


Everyone is invited to the Logan Fire Department for a station tour (by appointment). Some things you might see on the tour include firefighters, fire engines and fire trucks, fire pole, firefighter clothing, ambulances, medical equipment, and more!

Logan Lanes


16 bowling lanes, billiards table, and food

Logan Library


Tons of resources for families! Visit their website for information and calendar of events.

Logan Music Academy 🌻 435-265-6691

In studio or online lessons for guitar, bass guitar, voice, piano, drums, violin, viola, cello, ukulele, mandolin, flut, and choir. This June they are offering a ukulele camp and choir performance camp!

Logan Pride

Logan Pride Foundation works to strengthen the LGBTQ+ community, individuals, and their families and allies through advocacy. Their calendar includes potlucks, support groups, game nights and more.

Logan River Golf Course 🌻


This 18-hole, par 71 golf course has a driving range and junior golf for youth 17 and younger. Popular junior camp programs are also available.

Logan Tabernacle 435-374-8076

Visit their website for information on their 10-week Summer Noon Music Series.

Love to Cook – Kitchen Kneads 435-752-9220

A variety of cooking and baking classes.

Main Street Playhouse


A unique theatre offering the community a variety of family-friendly productions.

Mantua Reservoir

The reservoir sits at an elevation of 5,000 feet and offers fishing, boating, and water skiing. There is also a boat ramp, picnic areas, swimming beach, and the reservoir is stocked with fish. There is a 4.1-mile trail good for all skill levels.

Mendon Library 435-774-2200

Resources include STEM Club, story time, Lego Club, and more.

Minnetonka Cave


A half-mile cave of fascinating stalactites, stalagmites, and banded travertine in nine rooms. Guided tours are offered mid-June through Labor Day.

Mountain Peak Volleyball 🌻

Coed youth skills camp for ages 5-15, Mommy/Daddy and me for 3-4 year olds, coed positional trainings for girls 12-18 and boys 10-14,

prep camps for athletes in 7th-12th grade, beach and grass volleyball, private volleyball lessons and more.

Mountain Valley Trout Farm


Mountain Valley Trout Farm provides amazing fishing with a collection of spring fed ponds and raceways filled with a wide assortment of trout and bass (Rainbow, Brook, Brown, Tiger, Splake, and Blue Rainbow) for you to fish and explore. Fish cleaning and filleting services, a shady pavilion, and tennis court are also available.

Mt. Naomi Farms 435-232-4525

Mt. Naomi Farms invites you to join in the farm experience! Indulge your senses with decadent blackberries, raspberries, grapes, peaches and apples.

Music for the Small and Tall 435-755-0853

Music and movement classes for families, preschool children, toddlers, and babies.

MW Quarter Horses LLC 435-881-5056

Trail rides and riding lessons for all abilities featuring a breathtaking view with rolling hills covered with aspens, pine trees, wild flowers, and grasses.

My Girlfriend’s Quilt Shoppe 435-213-3229

A huge assortment of quilting and embroidery projects and classes.

Newton Library 435-563-9283

Summer reading and other programs.

Nibley City Summer Theatre Program 🌻

An exciting two-week theatre program available to children and youth 5-18 living in Nibley. Free performances of The Misfit Pirate will be June 15th and 16th at 7 PM at Andher Park.

Nora Eccles Museum of Art 🌻 435-797-0163

Summer camps and a mobile art truck once a month at the Gardener's Market. Museum admission is free!

North Logan Library 435-755-7169

Lego club for ages 5+, story time for all ages, craft kits, crafts for ages 5-11, coding club for ages 8-11, and more.

North Logan Recreation 🐸🌻 435-760-1644

Offerings include baseball and softball for ages 7-18, baseball for ages 7-18, tumbling for ages 3+, volleyball camp for grades 3-8, youth track, fitness classes, and equipment rentals for activities like badminton, croquet, flag football, kickball, and more.

Northrop Grumman Rocket Garden

Nearly 40 different examples of military and space supersonic hardware are on display, free and open to the public, including the largest single item, a 150-foot-long solid fuel rocket booster for the Space Shuttle.

Notable Studios


Notable Studios is a collection of talented musicians offering a variety of music services, including private lessons, performing, and family music classes with children ages 0-7.

Old Barn Community Theatre


A great opportunity to experience and see theatrical performances with the whole family. Audition for shows or volunteer to help backstage on costumes, props, sets, painting and more. Their upcoming performances include "And Then There Were None", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat", and "The Addams Family".

OPTIONS for Independence 435-753-5353

A program for youth with disabilities ages 12-30 with a goal to be youth-led, youth-run, and youth-driven.

Overlymusical 🐸 435-512-4193

Overlymusical is offering music classes for all ages and abilities including group beginning guitar lessons, group music therapy for individuals with special needs, Play With Me Music Class, private piano, guitar and flute lessons, and private music therapy sessions.


Some wonderful Cache Valley parks to check out are Adams Park, Bridgerland Park, Bridger Park, Canyon Entrance Park, Fairview Park, Hyrum Gibbons Mt. Logan Park, Jens Johansen Park, Ryan's Place Park, Lundstrom Park, Merlin Olsen Park, River Hollow Park, Trapper Park, Willard R. Dahle Memorial Park, and Willow Park.

In Box Elder County: Bill Flack Park, Brigham Young Park, Jeanie Stevens Park, Marble Park, Petersen Park, Rees Pioneer Park, Tremonton City North Park, and Watkins Park.  

In Rich County: Adams Park, Henry Earley Park, Garden City Park, Rendezvous Beach State Park, Randolph City Park, and Woodruff Town Park. 

Phoenix Feather Camp 🌻 435-753-1521

This summer, experience the wizarding world at the best Harry Potter camp on the planet! Camp runs from June 5-29 and features wand making, potions, astronomy, and creatures!

Pickleville Playhouse 🌻


Musical theater camps for ages 6-18 where campers receive personalized training from a variety of Pickleville's most experienced cast members and directors.

Porcupine Reservoir

Swim, fish, or canoe in the cool water at one of a dozen small beaches around this Cache Valley oasis. Rainbow trout, brook trout, brown trout, and kokanee salmon can sometimes be spotted.

Quantum Martial Arts


Martial arts classes for children 4+.

Renegade Raceway


The go-kart track at Renegade Raceway is fun for the whole family!

Rich County Library 435-793-2122

Weekly craft and live reading activities!

Richmond Library  435-258-5525

A variety of programs offered, including story time.

RISE Services 🌻


The summer programs at RISE provide assistance to young individuals, helping them build on the skills they've learned during the school year as well as engage in some fun, recreational activities. Much of their time together is spent taking part in group activities and encouraging positive social interaction. The summer program is a 6-hour daily program provided for children and youth under the age of 22.

Shorinji Kempo 650-321-9001

Shorinji Kempo is a traditional Japanese martial art that aims to develop the mind as well as the body. Classes consist of self-defense techniques but also expands its study into meditation and philosophy. Classes for ages 7 and up.

Sky View Swimming Pool 435-792-7756

Open swim, lap swim, and water aerobics available.

Skylar’s Pond

Located in Willow Park, Skylar's Pond has a fishing pier, is handicapped accessible, and is reserved for people aged 14 and under and people with disabilities.

Smithfield Library 435-563-3555

In addition to typical library resources, the Smithfield Library also has a kids craft club, family movie nights, storytime, a summer reading program, and a Dungeons and Dragons group for teens.

Smithfield Parks and Recreation 🌻


Smithfield Parks and Recreation has something for everyone with summer camps for volleyball, sports and wellness, basketball, dodgeball, tennis, Jr Chef, creative crafts, jump rope, and musical theatre!

Smithfield Skate Park

A state-of-the-art 8,500 square foot street style skate park which welcomes skateboards, rollerblades, and scooters. Accessible to people with disabilities, free of charge, and open dawn to dusk daily, weather permitting.

Songbird Children’s Choir 435-265-6691

Performing choir where youth ranging from 4-14 are taught vocal methods and performing etiquette. Open enrollment is year-round but space is limited.

Special Olympics Utah 801-363-1111

Year-round sports training and athletics competition for individuals with disabilities ages 8+.

Spiral Jetty

In Box Elder County, a spiral form of salt-encrusted basalt boulders is an intriguing 1,500-foot work of art in the Great Sale Lake.

Splash Pads

There are several local splash pads open to all! Check out the North Logan Splash Pad, Millville Splash Pad, Alma Leonhardt Park, Smithfield Central Park Splash Pad, Elk Ridge Park, Salt Hollow Park, Blacksmith Fork Park, and the Josh Adams Park Splash Pad.

Sports Academy 🌻 435-753-7500

Fun for the whole family with swim school (including parent-tot lessons), tennis classes, and tumbling. Fitness classes for youth ages 5-12+ featuring strength & conditioning, yoga, and cardio. Additionally, sign up for Summer Camp for ages 5-12 with tumbling, rock wall, swimming and more.

Sportsman Rentals 435-752-0211

Summer rentals include mountain bikes, tandem road bikes, river tubes and stand-up paddleboards.

Stang Aquatic Center  435-245-7962

Stang Aquatic Life Center offers a six-lane lap pool, diving tank, diving boards, plunge hours, lap swim hours, swimming lessons, and water aerobics classes.

Stokes Nature Center 🌻 435-755-3239

Stokes Nature Center offers a variety of exciting nature-based summer programming for all ages, including a free Nature Tales book and craft session every Friday at 10 am, summer camps for preschool through middle school, Canyon Adventures with local experts, and, of course, the family friendly Canyon Jams concert series in Von Baer Park in Providence!

Stride Services 435-797-8528

Stride Services provides services to youth and adults with developmental disabilities living in Cache Valey. Services focus on inclusion and integration, individualized supports ensuring access to the community, independence, and productivity.

Stylish Fabrics and Quilts 435-752-4186

Quilting, sewing, and embroidery classes.

Summerfest Arts Fair 435-213-3858

Summerfest Arts Faire is an annual event celebrating the arts in Cache Valley by bringing people together to enjoy a festival of high-quality art, music and food. This year's festival will be from June 15-17at the Cache County Fairgrounds.

Sun Tunnels

If you’re in the mood for a unique Box Elder County field trip, visit the Sun Tunnels. This series of massive 22-ton concrete pipes in a remote area acts as an art and astronomy exhibit.     

Sunrise Cyclery


Road bikes, mountain bikes, and tandem bike rentals. Visit for an easy-to-use bike trail map that has detailed ed instructions of each trail to help you know where the turns are, find GPS locations, full trail maps, and other details.

Tai Chi Chuan

Tai Chi classes taught weekly.

The Antics Comedy Troupe 🐸 435-554-1113

The Antics comedy troupe is comprised of improvisers who perform family-friendly improv shows every Friday at 7:30 PM.

The Art Garage 435-730-3770

Offering art classes from 6-18 with a focus on building a basic foundation of art. Offered in June and from the middle of July through August.

The Bear Lake Dance Place


The Bear Lake Dance Place is great fun for all! Everyone welcome. Contact them for information on their Family or Young Adult/Teen Summer dances.

The Bounce N Slide 435-213-9981

A family fun center full of giant inflatable slides, obstacle courses and bouncy houses.

The Cache Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum 801-369-4437

The Cache Pioneer Museum is open this summer and loves to have families come! The museum is open Tuesday through Friday 11 AM - 5 PM and Saturdays from 11 AM - 2 PM between Memorial Day and the end of August. They are open during usual hours to all visitors and provide special activities and games during closed times upon request. Stop by to see exhibits about the early history of Cache Valley, or contact them to schedule a group. Tours are for all ages and interests!

The Family Place 🌻


Therapy, classes, workshops, and events to help strengthen children and families, touching on a variety of subjects and needs for free or low cost. The Kid's Place is a free, temporary program for caregivers with children 11 and under. Adoption respite, crisis care, and scheduled weekly care is also available. This summer, join them for a Treasure Seekers camp from June 12-16, a Patriotic Pals camp from June 20-23 and July 25-28, a Galaxy Far Far Away camp from July 10-July 14 and August 7-11, and a Kid Explorers camp from July 31-August 4.  

The Hatch Academy of Magic and Music 435-932-0017

Private and group instruction in slight-of-hand magic and violin performance.

The Jump Zone 🐸 435-755-5867

The Jump Zone has several trampolines with slides and platforms, a climbing rope, and a dodgeball zone for hours of fun!

The Lyric Repertory Company 🐸 435-797-8022

This summer, the Lyric Repertory Company presents six hot shows in three cool spaces. For a list of all summer offerings, visit their website.

The Peak 🐸🌻 435-723-1280

The Peak has something for everyone! In addition to Summer Kids Camps, they provide circus arts, cheer, tumbling clinics, gymnastics, sweet pea gymnastics for the littles, kids night out, preschool, private swim lessons, tumbling/trampoline, ninja monkey classes and much more!

The World of Puppetry Museum 435-723-0740

Puppet exhibit demonstrations, hands-on exhibits, puppet craft time, activity days, puppet making workshop, and puppet tours! Admission is free.

Tony Grove Lake

The land around this picturesque mountain lake in the Logan area has been designated a US Forest Service Wildflower Viewing Area. An easy trail circles the lake. Other trails from Tony Grove take you either deep into the Mt. Naomi Wilderness or up to White Pine Lake. All trails are scenic and provide wonderful opportunities to view flowers, which are at their peak from July through early August.

TOP Sports Activities 🌻 435-797-3727

TOP Sports provides recreation skill camps where children and youth with disabilities learn the "rules of the games". Activities include baseball/T-ball, basketball, soccer, bowling and swimming.

Tremonton City Library 435-257-9525

Reading challenges for all ages, storytimes in the park, take and make crafts, and more.

Tremonton Farmers Market 435-257-9500

Celebrate locally grown produce and artisan products at the Tremonton Farmers Market! The Market is held on the first Saturday of each month from May-October from 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM.

Tremonton Parks and Recreation 🌻 435-257-9500

Community events and youth sports like baseball/softball. There is also an open pickleball court.

Tueller School of Dance 🌻 435-752-9154

Summer workshops can help you improve technique, turns, leaps, and dance basics.

Uinta Alpacas 801-660-0724 (prefer to text)

Come meet the alpacas during guided ranch tours, group activity tours and barn days. Discounts for groups larger than 10!

Unicorn Theatre 435-554-8311

Creative drama and production skill building classes, auditions, and productions.

USU Aggie Rec Camp 🌻 435-797-0552

Utah State University Aggie Rec Camp fosters a lifelong love of recreation. This camp allows campers to experience positive group interactions in a safe and fun environment, giving campers the opportunity to develop teamwork skills, experience fun adventures, and create lasting friendships through arts and crafts, daily recreational activities, special events, sports, and field trips.

USU App Camp 🌻

App Camp is for boys and girls entering 6th-8th grades who love technology and would like to learn how to develop their own apps for phones. No prior experience is required for these fun weeklong computer science camps.

USU Campus Recreation


Some of the equipment available to rent includes canoes, kayaks, white water rafts, climbing equipment (including kids climbing harnesses), river tubes, stand up paddle boards, mountain bikes, back packs, and tents. Campus Recreation also offers swim lessons for all ages and abilities.

USU Geology Museum 435-797-1273

The Museum of Geology has exhibits of meteorites, rocks, minerals, and fossils- including invertebrates, vertebrates, and plants. Guided tours are available, and if you have a rock, mineral, or fossil specimen that you would like to have identified, the knowledgeable staff can likely tell you about it!

USU Sculpture Walk 435-797-0163

A printable map to help you stroll through campus and view nearly 40 creative sculptures. Use your mobile device to listen to the Sculpture Walk Audio Tour.

USU Student Organic Farm

Come on down and get your hands in the dirt! From transplanting to weeding to seeding, the farm will have a volunteer job you'll enjoy.

USU Vocal Performance Camp 🌻 435-535-1507

Vocal camp for youth ages 12-18 featuring semi-private classical voice instructions, choral classes, choreographed production numbers, solo opportunities, class recitals, and stage performances.

USU Youth Conservatory

Take piano lessons with the piano majors at Utah State University! The YC Includes opportunities for students to be motivated at the piano through group music classes, unique performance opportunities, competitions, and more!

Utah Theatre 🐸


Home to live theatre, musical theatre, movie punch passes and family nights!

Utah’s Famous Fruit Way

Each year from July to October, one can drive along Old Hwy 89, just outside Brigham City, and pass dozens of fresh fruit stands. This unique and community-focused project has grown to involve more local farms annually.

Valley Dance Ensemble 435-752-0026

Several choices of dance classes for most ages, including specialized classes like a special needs class, a boy-specific class, and a parent/young child class.  

Victory Golfworks 435-213-3169

Virtual golf on state-of-the-art simulators and private golf lessons for all ages.

Wellsville Pond

Located in Wellsville City Park, families can fish for rainbow trout and largemouth bass at this community fishery.

Whispering Canyons 435-258-8813

Whispering Canyons is a non-profit foundation assisting teen girls with life trials through fun and safe horsemanship. They are always looking for volunteers to help with horses and projects no matter their age or skill.

WhySound 801-309-4774

WhySound is an all-age music venue and recording studio offering a wide variety of shows and events almost every weekend.

Wilde Oats Horsemanship


Cowboy dressage events, horsemanship lessons, and clinics.

Willard Bay State Park


A freshwater reservoir with sandy beaches, docks and boat launches for water sports, and fishing for crappie, bluegill, catfish, bass, and wiper.

Zootah 435-750-9894

Acres of tree-lined pathways where visitors can view a wide variety of native and exotic animals with outreach programs, a youth volunteer program for ages 13-17, and more.


Family Discounts and Deals 🐸


Bear River Bowling Center: Monday is Family Night - Bowl for $8 a person, which includes 2 games of bowling and shoe rental.

Brigham City Fine Arts Center: Family discounts offered and scholarships available for financial need.

Brigham City Public Pool: On Mondays from 5 PM to 8 PM, families can swim for $25.00 or $5.00 per person, whichever is less. Punch passes and family season passes available.       

Cache Children’s Choir: 10% early registration discount before May 15.                                           

Eagle Mountain Golf Course: Family and punch passes available.

Eccles Ice Center: Public Skate Family Night is $50 for 8 people!

Four Seasons Theatre Company: Use the code Wizard20 for 20% off the summer production of Wizard of Oz!      

Locked In Escape Room: Use code FAMILYNIGHT while checking out online and get your family of 4 locked in for only $76. Each additional person is $19. Monday nights only.         

Logan Aquatic Center: Family punch passes available. Monday night is family night, only $15 for immediate family members!

Logan Community Recreation Center: Monday nights between 5:30 PM - 9:30 PM, the whole family can get into the Logan Community Recreation Center for only $10.00 and access all amenities within the facility.

Overlymusical: Mention you saw their information in the Summer Activity Guide and receive $25 off any program!                         

The Antics Comedy Troupe: The first show of every month is Family Night! Kids 8 and under get in free!   

The Jump Zone: Family Night every Monday evening. Summer Season Passes are also available.       

The Lyric Repertory Company: Receive $10 off the price of a single ticket by purchasing the Lyric Rep Flex Pass. The Flex Pass ($150) is good for six tickets that can be used to watch any show in the season.                                                                                             
The Peak: Buy 5, get 1 free special on Kid's Camps if registering before April 30.                                       

Utah Theatre:            Monday is family night! Just $30 for five tickets, a large popcorn, and two boxes of candy! Punch passes are also available.