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Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Esquire Estates MH & RV Park - Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City is well loved for its breathtaking views of the Wasatch Mountains and the endless opportunities for outdoor adventure it offers. Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it in and around Salt Lake City, and Esquire Estates MH & RV Park in nearby Castle Dale has the right RV spot to accommodate your stay and help you maximize your experience. We provide convenient access to Salt Lake and many other attractions in the area, making us a great home base for anyone looking to explore what Utah has to offer.

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(435) 749-4920

Big Cottonwood Canyon

Big Cottonwood Canyon was carved by both glaciers and stream erosion, and when it comes to natural beauty, this place delivers. The canyon houses two world-renowned ski resorts – Solitude and Brighton – boasts world-class rock-climbing routes, affords access to legendary back country skiing, and offers a liberal sprinkling of all the following:

  • Hiking trails with breathtaking views
  • Mountain biking trails
  • Picnic spots that are ready for their closeups

The Scenic Route

State Route 190 is also called the Big Cottonwood Canyon Scenic Byway, and it runs directly through the Canyon –offering unparalleled views that should not be missed. There is also fairly easy hiking along this route that affords spectacular up-close and personal views.


There is impressive hiking in Big Cottonwood Canyon, and there’s plenty to go around – whether you’re a beginner, are less adventurous by nature, or are looking to push your advanced skills to the limit.

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Hidden waterfall

Hidden Falls

Hidden Falls is a short and sweet hike that is easy to handle and that lands you at some seriously impressive waterfalls. It’s important to note that, along the way, you will need to cross Mill B North Fork Creek – over logs placed there for this purpose – which is fairly manageable but isn’t accessible for everyone. The hike is only .2 miles round trip and takes you to the trail head of the much lengthier Mill B North Fork Trail.

Mill B North Fork

Mill B North Fork Trail is a 3 mile out-and-back hike that is steep but otherwise fairly manageable. Along the way, you’ll pass scene-stealing waterfalls, pine forests, rock fins, spectacular lookouts, and some of the best views in the Canyon.

Temple Square

If you haven’t strolled around Temple Square, have you really been to Salt Lake City? The Temple anchors the worldwide headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, which amounts to a five-block complex of historic buildings, gardens, monuments, museums, libraries, pavilions, auditoriums, and libraries. The iconic Salt Lake Temple draws millions of visitors from all over the world each year – making it one of the country’s top tourist destinations.

Temple Square also opens its otherwise private Tabernacle Choir to public viewing during rehearsals on Thursday evenings from September to November and January to May.

The Great Salt Lake

Salt Lake City’s namesake, the Great Salt Lake, runs for 1,700 square miles and is the largest natural lake in the state. The Lake derives its name from the mineral deposits left behind upon evaporation, and it’s a great place for all the following:

  • Fishing
  • Boating
  • Swimming
  • Picnicking
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife viewing

The Great Salt Lake has something for everyone in your group.

Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Utah State Capitol

The Utah State Capitol

Salt Lake City is Utah’s capitol, and the imposing capitol building is worth a visit. Open to the public, the capital building and grounds underwent significant renovations in the mid 2000s, and much of it was restored to its original splendor. Rising 300 feet into the city’s scenic backdrop, this elegantly opulent domed capitol is striking from both near and far.

Ensign Peak

Hiking up to Ensign Peak is doable for even novice hikers, and it’s sure to delight. This hike is a mile round-trip, and there is no better spot to take in Salt Lake City’s bursting sunsets or to enjoy views of the Great Salt Lake as its bathed in the setting sun’s reds, oranges, and pinks.

Liberty Park

Liberty Park is a Salt Lake City classic. On the National Registry of Historic Places, Liberty Park was purchased from Brigham Young’s estate in 1881, and at 80 acres, it’s the largest park in the city. The lushly green landscape has gorgeous paths for strolling or hiking and boasts a lovely swimming pool – along with volleyball and basketball courts. Liberty Park also houses the following crowd pleasers:

  • The Isaac Chase Mill, which is the state’s oldest standing commercial building and is an homage to pioneer industry
  • The Chase Home of Museum of Utah folk Art, which is free to the public and is the nation’s only state-owned collection of contemporary folk art
  • The Tracey Aviary, which 135 different species of birds call home – many of them rare or endangered

This Is the Place Monument

The This Is the Place Monument answers the question of How did Salt Lake City become the Latter-Day Saints’ home? It’s believed that these are the words Brigham Young exclaimed when he and his group of seekers arrived at this stunning spot in this scenic state. After traveling 1,300 miles and emerging from Emigration Canyon, the group came upon beautiful Salt Lake City, and the rest is history. Young shared that he’d seen this exact valley in a vision, and the This is the Place Monument was erected 100 years later – in 1947 – to commemorate the moment. This monument is beloved throughout the region and attracts visitors from far and wide.

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Plan Your Visit to Utah Today

From our location at 425 Esquire Parkway in Castle Dale, Utah, driving to and from the Salt Lake City is some of the most scenic anywhere. The surroundingarea itself has so much to offer – whether you’re into stargazing, light hiking, strolling, or full-on adventure. Esquire Estates MH & RV Park in Castle Dale offers well-appointed and well-maintained RV spots that come with all the amenities to make your stay the best that it can be. Whether you’ve only got time for a quick trip or are going to be here longer, we have the ideal spot for your home away from home. Book your stay by contacting or calling us at (435) 749-4920 today.