One-stop shop for family fun, outdoor adventure, golfing, roller coasters and water parks.
Davis County is the area’s most popular playground, with 5 amusement centers, 10 golf courses, over 400 restaurants, the Great Salt Lake, and Antelope Island—one of Utah’s most scenic state parks.
It’s bordered by immense snow-capped mountains and the country's only inland sea, making Davis tall on good times. Just minutes from the Salt Lake City International Airport, with access to 20 hotels, makes business or pleasure in Davis County a perfect destination. No matter what kind of activity you’re interested in, you can always find fun things to do, and see, in Davis.
In this shot a Bison (buffalo) grazes along the road to White Rock Bay on Antelope Island, Utah. Antelope Island, the largest island in the Great Salt Lake is home to a herd of 500 to 700 free-roaming bison and is is a Utah State Park. Frary Peak, the highest peak on the island is in the distance.
Photo Cred Matt Morgan
It claims the Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island, has great shopping, dining, entertainment, and some fantastic museums, too.
For a real overview of Davis County, just hop on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail and look down at the valley that was under Lake Bonneville 20,000 years ago.
Not to Miss
Fat Biking Mountain Trails: Fat biking is a great winter activity on our 500+ miles of trails, they go smoothly over snow and rough terrain that can be on some of our mountain trails like on Antelope Island or Bonneville Shoreline Trail. If you don't have your own fat bike, head to Bingham Cyclery to rent one.
The Rush Funplex: In Syracuse, on your way back from adventuring Antelope Island, stop at Utah's largest indoor fun plex with everything your family wants for a fun afternoon. They have a brand new roller skating rink, rock climbing walls, bumper cars, and their classic bowling, arcade and special glow-in-the-dark mini-golf. You can grab lunch while you're there from their cafe too.
SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium
Touch, feel, SEA to believe!
Experience thousands of species and interactive exhibits at the Layton Hills Mall 'Seaquest Aquarium.' While you play in Utah, discover the rest of the world and learn about sea life, rainforest reptiles, tropical birds, vast desert species and much more. Get up-close and personal as you feed and interact with over 300 species and 1,500 animals from every corner of the globe. Learn more about our planet, as well as create long-lasting memories the whole family will treasure.
Travel Bureau Information
Davis County Tourism
61 South Main Street, Room 304
Farmington, Utah 84025
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