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Pony Express RV Resort

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Address: /td> 630 S Redwood Rd, North Salt Lake, UT 84054, USA
Phone Number: 1-800-780-0170
Website: Pony Express RV Resort
Latitude   40.8238072    
Longitude   -111.9375872    
Campsite Information
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Site Quantity: 175 Pad Type: Concrete
Price: Quality:
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
Amenities
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Pony Express RV Resort Details

Pony Express RV Resort is, simply stated, an RV Resort for RVers. Built and managed to accommodate the vacation/leisure traveler, you won’t find yourself mingled with long-term residents. Rather, you’ll share our great location and superior facilities with fellow travelers who, like you, appreciate a quality camping experience and superior hospitality. Pony Express RV Resort is located minutes away from downtown Salt Lake City and Historic Temple Square, providing wonderful day trips for golf, museums, art centers, shopping, and many other activities. The Salt Lake area has much to offer, with some of the most beautiful mountains, rivers, and lakes in the world. Within a 35 minute drive you can be at a number of world class ski resorts wth year round activities. See the sites of the 2002 Winter Olympics.

Pony Express was designed with today’s RV’er in mind. Pony Express offers
extra large sites for RVs and tents as well as log cabins and is able to
accomodate large rallies and groups. The resort also offers many hi-tech
conveniences such as free WI-FI and cable television. Guests also have
access to a business office with computers, fax machines, and laser printers.
This beautiful new park is privately-owned and operated and professionally
managed and staffed.

Lounge or swim at the pool or play a friendly game of horseshoes or billiards. Come on in to the recreation complex for a movie or game, or settle in next to the fireplace to read a good book or chat with friends. Your children will love our large playground area!

Recreation near Pony Express RV Resort

Salt Lake City Visitor Information Center
www.visitsaltlake.com

Historic Temple Square
50 West North Temple
Salt Lake City
www.visittemplesquare.com

www.lds.org

The centerpiece of this beautifully landscaped 10-acre plot in the heart of downtown is the 6-spired Salt Lake Temple. Also on the Square is the domed Tabernacle, home of the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir; the Assembly Hall where free concerts are given most weekends; 2 visitor centers; 2 one-hour films: Legacy and The Testaments of One Fold and One Shepherd. Free tours are given daily in 30 languages, and start every few minutes at the flagpole. The public is invited to the Tabernacle Choir rehearsals on Thursdays from 8-9:30 pm (come and go as you like) and to the Sunday morning network broadcast at 9:30 am (you must be seated by 9:15 am). Organ recitals are given Mon-Sat at noon and 2 pm (noon only in the winter) and Sundays at 2 pm. All concerts and recitals are free.

Downtown Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Conference Center, Family History Geneology Center (the
world's largest, with hundreds of volunteers to help you find your roots), Church History and Art Museum,
Beehive House

Family History Library
This library is the largest repository of genealogical records in the world. Open to the public. For hours, call or visit our Web site. Free admission. Library orientation is available.
www.familysearch.org

Park City
www.parkcityinfo.com
1 hour drive-- take I-80 East
2002 Olympic venues, Park City Resort, Deer Valley Resort, Canyons Resort--Resort and Ski areas,
many activities, Alpine Slide, Zipline, bobsled rides, world class golf and miniature golf, horse riding,
dozens of world class restaurants.

Bingham Open Pit Mine (30 miles away)
www.kennecott.com
7200 West to 10200 South
Largest open pit in the world (unbelievable sight and interesting tour)

The Gateway
90 South 400 West
Salt Lake City
“So much to do.” Open-air shopping, dining, and entertainment at over 115 shops and restaurants.

Clark Planetarium and Imax Theater
At The Gateway
Features Utah’s only 3-D IMAX® Theatre, along with a state-of-the-art full-dome star theatre, science store, and free admission to exhibits. 456-STAR
www.clarkplanetarium.org

Discovery Gateway
Interactive discovery center at The Gateway
www.discoverygateway.org

Utah Museum of Fine Arts

www.umfa.utah.edu
Red Butte Garden
Acres of natural area, botanical gardens, Orangerie Indoor Garden, and mountain trails. Gift shop. Only 5 minutes from downtown. Call for seasonal hours. Outdoor Concert Series June-September.
www.redbuttegarden.org

This Is The Place Heritage State Park
East on 800 South in Salt Lake City (15 miles away)
Home of This Is The Place Monument, which marks the end of the 1,300-mile Mormon trail (free admission).
Also home to Old Desert Village, with historic buildings brought to life by cast members in period dress.
This is the place to see Utah and Western history come to life.  Take the train ride near Hogle Zoo.

www.thisistheplace.org

stateparks.utah.gov

Utah’s Hogle Zoo
East on 800 South in Salt Lake City (15 miles away)
A terrific zoo!
www.hoglezoo.org

Tracy Aviary
www.tracyaviary.org

Cherry Hill Waterpark
U.S. 89 in Kaysville (20 miles away)
Variety of water slides and activities, including a float lagoon.
cherry-hill.com

Lagoon Amusement Park
I-15 in Farmington (15 miles away)
Loads of exciting rides and activities.
lagoonpark.com

Rocky Mountain Raceway (famous drag strip)
HW 201 at 5600 West (15 miles away)
www.rmracing.com

Miller Motor Sports Park (rated #1 road track in US)
West on I-80 to Grantsville
World-class road racing track and sports car museum (activities daily, races
every weekend.)
www.millersportspark.com

Winners Motor Sports
Indoor go kart track--true excitement!/
www.winnermotorsports.com

Thanksgiving Point
Exit 284
www.thanksgivingpoint.com

Boondocks
South end of the valley on I-15 at Bangerter
Terrific collection of activities, rock wall, miniature golf, indoor games
www.boondocksfuncenter.com

Movie Theaters
The Gateway 7 (Downtown in SLC)
Gateway 8 in Bountiful and others
www.cityguide.aol.com/saltlakecity/movies

Theaters
Salt Lake City and Utah are renowned for the availability and quality
of talent.  Hundreds of movies have been filmed here (most recently
High School Musical and High School Musical II.)  They also offer
a broad array of theaters and concert venues that offer presentations nightly.

We recommend checking out:
Hale Center Theater - www.halecentertheater.com
Pioneer Memorial Theater - www.pioneertheater.com
Utah Symphony - www.utahsymphony.com
Local ampitheaters in the summer - www.utah.com/arts
E-center - www.theecenter.com
Energy Solutions Arena - www.energysolutionsarena.com
Abravanel Hall - www.finearts.slco.org
Rose Wagner Theater - www.gunstyd.dlvo.oth
Desert Star - www.desertstar.biz

Historic Trolley Square
600 South at 700 East
Salt Lake City
Shopping, dining, and entertainment marketplace housed in charming trolley car barns. National Historic Site. Free walking tours. Restaurant and entertainment hours vary.

Utah Jazz
The home of Karl Malone and John Stockton--world class basketball at the Energy Solutions Arena.
www.nba.com/jazz

Real Salt Lake Soccer
Utah's MLS team
www.realsaltlake.com

Utah Grizzlies
The American Hockey League

Salt Lake Bees
Salt Lake minor league baseball team (voted USA's most beautiful stadium)
AAA affiliates of Anaheim Angels
www.slbees.com

Utah Blaze
AFL Indoor football
www.utahblaze.com

Utes and Cougars
Basketball and Football

Promontory--Golden Spike National Historic Site
Site of the Golden Spike connecting the Intercontinental Railroad-
historic railroad museum (one of the most famous sites for railroad buffs)
www.mps.gov

Great Salt Lake

Approximately 17 miles west of Salt Lake on Interstate 80, exit 104
The largest lake west of the Mississippi, covering 2,100 square miles, with an average depth of 13 feet. The deepest point is 34 feet. Only the Dead Sea has a higher salt content than the Great Salt Lake. The lake’s salinity varies, but percentages have been as high as 27%. Yes, you really can float in the Great Salt Lake!

Big Cottonwood Canyon

I-215 6200 South/Canyons exit. Follow signs to SR-190 for Big Cottonwood Canyon.
From the main road, this canyon narrows almost immediately into dramatic alpine scenery. This 15-mile drive provides access to excellent hiking, fishing, picnicking, rock climbing, and camping. During the mid-1800s, Old West miners sought their fortune in gold and silver ore here. Remnants of old mines can be spotted from trails winding up the slopes. Located in the Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Big Cottonwood Canyon is home to Solitude and Brighton ski resorts. Both have full-service, year-round facilities. From Brighton there are several easy trails leading to various lakes, including Twin Lakes, Lake Mary, Lake Martha, and
Dog Lake. The canyon is a protected watershed area and no dogs are permitted. Wilderness areas are located to the north and south.

Little Cottonwood Canyon

I-215 6200 South/Canyons exit. Follow signs to SR-210 for Little Cottonwood Canyon.
Located to the south of Big Cottonwood Canyon, Little Cottonwood Canyon is so named because its length and width are ‘littler,’ however it is an equally glorious natural playground providing many of the same recreational opportunities. The mouth of the canyon is the quarry site for the massive granite blocks used in the LDS Salt Lake Temple and the Conference Center. This 7-mile route leads you past the sheer ruggedness and beauty of a glacially carved corridor on your way to Snowbird and Alta ski resorts. The first of Alta’s two lives began in the 1860s with the discovery of silver in the area. Virtually a ghost town by 1930,
Alta was reborn in 1938 as the site of Utah’s first ski resort. Albion Basin, which encompasses Alta, is famous for wildflowers and is one of the most photographed areas in northern Utah. The canyon is part of a protected watershed area and visitors are not allowed to bring dogs. Wilderness areas are located to the north and south.

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