Red Ledges exudes the very definition of A Luxury Mountain Lifestyle… And while the Red Ledges community provides a number of activities through their amenities, there are dozens of other thrilling activities nearby that you won’t want to miss!
The One Group Utah has compiled the following list of seven activities for you to try out with your friends and family in and around Red Ledges Utah.
Island Aqua Park
Island Aqua Park is a huge floating obstacle course with locations in Bear Lake Rendezvous Beach, East Canyon State Park, and Deer Creek State Park. This is the perfect activity for the scorching days of summer. Sunbathe on the beach, master the many water obstacles, and enjoy the music and beach game tournaments – there’s something for every member of the family to enjoy! Life jackets and on-duty lifeguards are provided for the peace of mind necessary for families with younger children. You can also visit some of Utah’s big parks for more fun and adventure!
The Commemorative Air Force Utah Wing Museum
The CAF Utah Wing WWII Aviation Museum is a detachment of the National Commemorative Air Force non-profit aviation association dedicated to honoring our American military heroes. Need we say more? This museum is not like old history museums that many kids find boring. Carving even an hour out to walk through and honor our nation’s heroes is well worth both the young and the aged’s time. We can’t recommend this experience enough!
The Homestead Resort
The Homestead Resort is open year-round and riddled with both summer and winter activities. In the winter, explore the Midway Ice Castles, the Snowshoeing Tours, and the Sleigh Rides venturing to the edges of the resort property. In the warmer months, enjoy the mountain views as you golf the 18-hole championship course, bonfires, concerts, use the indoor or outdoor pool, the fitness center, and explore the historic manicured grounds.
One of the most impressive attractions at the Homestead Resort is the world-famous Homestead Crater, a 55-foot tall beehive-shaped limestone nature-carved crater filled with clear mineral water naturally warmed by the heat of the earth’s interior. The resort offers paddleboard yoga classes and scuba-diving lessons in addition to casual swimming ventures. Best of all, it is open for year-round use and always thrills its guests. This crater is the only warm scuba-diving destination in the continental US. If you haven’t had a chance to visit, the crater is a destination in and of itself!
The Heber Valley Artisan Cheese Factory
Take a tour of the Heber Valley Artisan Cheese Factory and enjoy taste-testing a variety of their fresh and aged cheese varieties. The Heber Valley Artisan Cheese Factory takes pride in pursuing their mission of helping others experience the difference in a farmer’s touch; a mission we consider worth backing!
The Park City Main Street Historic District
Take an evening walk or drive through Park City’s Main Street Historic District. Historic Park City is nestled in the valley with Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley Mountain Resort towering beautifully on either side. Historic Park City began in the late 19th century as a booming silver mining town, and nearly became a ghost town when the silver mining business vaporized. However, it was reestablished as a now world-class ski-town and has grown astronomically. More than two-hundred historic buildings line the Main Street Historic District boasting beautiful architecture through its beautiful shops and businesses.
Single-Track Moto Tour Beginning in Park City
Take one of Utah’s finest Single-Track Moto Tours. Each tour is private and takes between 5-7 hours depending on the rout and skill-level of the riders. A Husqvarna 4-Stroke or KTM 2-Stroke bike is included with the tickets purchased, so come as you are! Riders can expect to enjoy some of the Wasatch’s most spectacular mountain views. And the best part, these tours are available to riders of all skill-level from beginners to advanced and routs/pace are adjusted accordingly.
The Wasatch Mountain and Deer Creek State Parks
These state parks are located less than thirty minutes from one another and offer a wide variety of experiences for both the indoor and outdoor individual, young or aged. The Wasatch Mountain State Park claims a nearly 23,000-acre preserve. Both parks provide year-round recreation including hiking, fishing, equestrian trail-riding, camping/glamping, a variety of water activities, mountain biking, golfing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and more…..