What’s Behind the Yellow Sign with The Carneys in Salt Lake City
We all couldn’t wait to get to our first KOA stop of the trip in Salt Lake City, Utah. Everyone questioned why we would want to stay in the city, but we loved our time in Salt Lake and the KOA was a perfect home base. It was only two miles away from Temple Square and an easy 1/2 hour drive to Park City for us as well.
After long days of touring Utah Olympic Park and This is the Place Heritage Park, we loved coming back to the ease of the campground for the evenings. We enjoyed jumping on our bikes and riding along the river behind the grounds as well as just tooling around the park.
There was a fun basketball court, playground, and swimming pool for the kids to burn off some steam. The WIFI worked perfectly the entire time and everything was clean, safe, and quiet.
Nico’s was a great Mexican restaurant right at the front of the KOA parking lot, which made for a quick, inexpensive first night’s dinner. The Trax light rail stop is right outside of the park as well, making it an easy $2.50 cash ride into downtown if you don’t feel like driving yourself.
Not only does camping provide lots of opportunities for play, but it also helps bond the family as everyone pitches in to set up and break down at each stop! The girls take the inside while the boys shut down the outside. Onward to our next adventure….
All I can think of from this picture is “Cousin Eddie” in the movie Christmas Vacation, standing outside the Griswald’s house with the hose in hand.