Friday, June 26, 2015

This Is The Place Heritage Park #Giveaway {$100 Basic Family Pass}



Welcome to the BeUtahful Summer Adventure Series, hosted by A GAL NEEDS...We are featuring some of the best attractions in the state for tourists and locals alike!  

Giveaway - Sponsored by This Is The Place Heritage Park
Hosted by A GAL NEEDS...
Special Thanks to our Co-Host, Garden Inspire
And thanks to the great Utah Bloggers helping to promote this event!
 We are giving away a 1 year family pass with a retail value of $100! 
  
This Is The Place Heritage Park has been around for a long time! Originally established to pay homage to the founders of the state of Utah, with gorgeous memorial statues lining the drive around the park, it has evolved into much more! Families from near and far come to the park to enjoy the many amenities offered to visitors.  

On any given day in the summer, you can visit so many different places within the park! For the entire summer you can ride trains, pan for gold, meet the farm animals and ride ponies! Interact with the Blacksmith, Tinsmith and Saddle-maker! Card and spin wool, make take-home crafts, do pioneer chores, play old-fashioned games and so much more! Visit the Native American Village and see the Native Dancers.

Read about Helena's experience at the park here!

There are also many special events throughout the year and the park is open on a daily basis from April thru October.

Special Events For 2015:

Baby Animal Kick-Off April 2-4
Little Haunts - October 15-17, 24, & 31
Haunted Village Oct 10-31
Christkindlmarkt - Dec 3-5
Candlelight Christmas - December 7-23 & 26
Huntsman Day - June 12
Mountain Man Days - June 12-13
Liberty Days - July 4 
Pioneer Days - July 24 

And "this is the place" for weddings! There are nine venues to have the wedding of your dreams!
"TITP was the perfect venue for our wedding reception. It was cozy but elegant and had a unique feel to it that we couldn't find anywhere else. The staff made us feel like family and helped to make it the perfect day" - Chrislyn Woolston

One winner will receive a one-year basic family pass. This pass includes:
  • FREE general admission, Pony and Mini Train Rides
  • FREE admission to these Special Events - Mountain Man Camp, Liberty Days, Pioneer Days, & Little Haunts
  • Monthly “This Is The Place Messenger” e-Newsletter telling of other events and happenings at the park.
  • 50% discount to Haunted Village
  • $20 per person admission to the October Witches’ Ball
  • 10% discount on purchases at Heritage Park Gift Shop and ZCMI Mercantile Store
 What a great prize for someone and their family! Time for the giveaway! The only required entry is to leave a comment about what you love to do in the summertime! All other entries are completely optional, but the more entries you complete, the greater your chances of winning this amazing prize!

GOOD LUCK!
Sponsor is responsible for delivery of prizes, not participating bloggers. This blog received no monetary or other compensation for the facilitation of this giveaway. Enter the giveaway in the Rafflecopter below. Good luck! a Rafflecopter giveaway picture credit 


9 comments:

Busy Mommy said...

I love just watching my kids laugh and play and discover the wonderment of things in nature :)

Tiffiny Duke said...

We love to go to car show, so much fun!

tamra said...

I love having a moment to be a little lazy with my family!

Amy Christensen said...

This is Great! We love having campfires up in the canyon during the summer. Nothing like a good tinfoil dinner!

Emmy said...

In the summer we love to spend time at the park, go for walks around our neighborhood and have lots of family barbecues.

Karie said...

We make a "summer bucket list" and try to do as many things around Utah as we can!! we need to enjoy all the things this great state has to offer!! We love summer!

rpratt said...

Heading to the Utah Shakespeare Festival in a couple of weeks. Hope to follow that with a trip to This Is The Place.

Natalee said...

My little one and I enjoy constructing forts in the backyard out of old sheets, clothes line and clothes pins. We then designate one of the forts as the "reading tee-pee", sit in it together and read all of her favorite picture books.

Mommy said...

We love to go to the water park.