Layton, Utah Vacations - Travel guide to Layton, Utah accommodations and vacation packages. Visit Layton, Utah for getaways and adventure travel. Plan your Layton, Utah vacation today.
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Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - The La Quinta Inn and Suites in Layton Utah, just 30 minutes north of Salt Lake City, is conveniently located along I-15 just minutes away from Lagoon
Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - This Courtyard is located approximately 30 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport and nine miles from the Great Salt Lake.
Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - This TownePlace Suites is located approximately 30 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport and 10 miles from Lagoon Amusement Park.
Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - The Comfort Inn offers affordable accommodations in Layton, UT, approximately 25 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport and about 16 miles from
Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - The Hampton Inn Salt Lake City/Layton is centrally located at 1702 North Woodland Park Dr, 20 miles from Salt Lake City Airport.
Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - The Hilton Garden Inn Layton/Salt Lake City is just 25 miles north of downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, 30 miles from Snow Basin ski resort, two miles south
Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - Conveniently located in the heart of Layton s retail and industrial district, the Fairfield Inn is the ideal location for both the business and leisure
Layton, Utah Hotels & Resorts - Located off I-15 at exit 332, the hotel is situated in the heart of Layton surrounded by 25 restaurants, countless shopping centers, 3 movie theaters and
Vernal, Utah Rafting Trips - Powered by the guide and each of the guests using paddles, these boats are for the guest looking for a hands-on experience. If you are seeking a white water, thumping, heart pounding, drenching, honking good time, come on for a ride in a paddle boat.
Vernal & Green River, Utah Rafting Trips - Over a century ago John Wesley Powell led the first group of scientists into the incorrigible territory now known as the Colorado River plateau. Since Powell's original journey, naturalists from around the globe have visited these wonderful canyons