OGDEN, Utah — Fifty-two weekends a year, 43 Utah state parks, and $75 for an annual Utah State Parks Pass works out to a year of fun for only $1.75 per park and a couple extra weekends to revisit the best ones, according to Standard Examiner.
Standard Examiner reported with so many parks to choose from, it might be hard to know where to start, so here are four state parks recommended by Eugene Swalberg, Utah state parks public affairs coordinator.
1. Hyrum State Park, located within the town of Hyrum, eight miles southwest of Logan.
With water and power year-round, the campground is a popular destination, especially the two year-round cabins, according to Standard Examiner.
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