Cherry Hill

Cherry Hill is a small amusement park that has water slides, batting cages, mini golf, a maze, a rock climbing wall, video arcades, and a snack bar. Guests from all over the world have enjoyed this unique and fun place! Read on to know more.

This tranquil park is the ideal location to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery of northern Utah. It is also home to Barnes Park, which has many activities for kids.

1. Cherry Hill Water Park

Cherry Hill is a fun park and campground. It opened in June of 1967 originally as a camping area and later added water attractions. Its mission statement is to create a wholesome recreation atmosphere. Today they entertain people from all over the state and even the world!

They have several waterslides, the Cardiac Canyon river tubing run and two swimming pools. The kids can enjoy their pirate-themed kiddy pool and the Pirates Cove activity pool. They also have a miniature golf course, batting cages, a rock climbing wall, and video arcades.

This is a great place to take your family or friends. It is very kid friendly and has a good price for the amenities.

2. Barnes Park

This is a park that is for the community it offers many fun activities and events such as a jungle theme water play area, miniature golf, batting cages, video arcade, and the Pie Pantry restaurant. They also offer a swimming pool and are a popular destination during the summer.

A great place for families with kids to swim, play, and learn new skills with the adaptive sports and recreation programs. You can also go fishing in their lake and explore the trails through the pine rockland forest to observe wildlife. This is a safe and welcoming environment for everyone. It also has a beach, picnic areas, and walking trails. This unique place is a must-see!

3. USU Botanical Center

The Utah Botanical Center guides the conservation and wise use of plant, water, and energy resources through research-based educational experiences. It features an urban fishery, walking and biking trails, and a volunteer-tended garden that provides thousands of pounds of fresh produce to local food banks and wetland areas.

It also includes an extensive collection of plants, shrubs, and trees best suited for the Intermountain West climate. The gardens are arranged to show color, texture, and water conservation techniques.

The grounds are open from sunrise to sunset 365 days a year and admission is free. Events include a seasonal farmers’ market, Baby Animal Days (held in conjunction with Davis County Fair), and other family-friendly activities.

4. Hopebox Theater

Founded by Jan Williams, who is a four-time cancer survivor, Hopebox Theatre is built on the belief that musical theatre can heal. It is a non-profit community theatre that has as its mission to bring hope and healing through the performing arts. For each show they choose a Wall of Hope recipient who is battling cancer and the proceeds from tickets and donations go to that person.

The 20-acre facility was once a fruit farm and still contains over 700 trees including the cherry trees from which it gets its name. The water park features a collection of waterslides, Cardiac Canyon river tubing run, Grant’s Gulch lazy river, and two pools along with miniature golf, batting cages, and the Pie Pantry restaurant.

5. Kaysville Theater

The Kaysville Theater is a family-owned business that has been in the show business for generations. They provide a classic movie-going experience at an affordable price. They also offer great popcorn!

Originally a farm, Cherry Hill has grown into a water park, campground, and family entertainment center. It has over 700 trees, including cherry trees, and features a collection of waterslides, Cardiac Canyon river tubing run, Grant’s Gulch lazy river, and two pools. It also has a miniature golf course, batting cages, and a video arcade.

The remodeled Kaysville Theater reopened Friday with new decor and restrooms. It will soon add two smaller auditoriums that will seat about 125 people.

6. Cherry Hill Resort

Cherry Hill Resort is a waterpark, campground, and family entertainment center on 20 acres of what was once a working fruit farm. Today it entertains visitors from across Utah and the globe. It features a collection of waterslides, the Cardiac Canyon river tubing run, Grant’s Gulch lazy river, two pools, and a children’s water playground called Pirates Cove. It also has a mini golf course, batting cages, and a video arcade.

The campground provides RV sites with full hookups that can accommodate vehicles up to 40 feet long. It is also conveniently located for visitors to take in Salt Lake City attractions or visit the Great Salt Lake. Click here for more interesting articles.


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