Picture a town in an old cowboy movie. That’s Lehi, Utah, a beautiful city rich in pioneer and old west history. Although the city may look small at first glance, it’s the fifth fastest-growing city in the country. Lehi is home to premier technology and commercial companies, like Adobe, I.M. Flash, and Microsoft. But that doesn’t take away from the city’s natural beauty, which is marked by the Jordan River, which runs through it, and the Wasatch, White, and Oquirrh Mountains, which surround it from east to west.
Top things to do include touring the Timpanagos Cave National Monument, partaking in one of 400 interactive experiences at the Museum of Natural Curiosity, taking a drive by the original Footloose set at Lehi Roller Mills, as well as roaming among one of the world’s largest dinosaur displays at the Museum of Ancient Life.
For the nature lover, the best places to stay in Lehi are Thanksgiving Point and Mount Timpanogos, which have great mountain views and easy access to the great outdoors. For the best restaurants and shopping, the best places to stay is the Hamilton District, which is referred to as downtown.
The best time to visit Lehi is between mid May and early October. This is considered the hot season, with an average daily high temperature of 79 and a low of 64.
For a homey experience, visit One Man Band, a diner named precisely after what it offers: one man behind the grill. The menu offers a variety of comfort foods with reasonable prices.
Ramen930 is an authentic Japanese ramen restaurant, which offers a variety of options. They're best known for their pork-bone broth, which is boiled for over 20 hours to capture what true ramen broth should taste like -- deep, rich, and flavorful.
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If you have to have an internet connection during your time in Lehi, then you can choose from over 130 accommodations that have WiFi internet. We have 25 accommodations that include a breakfast included. Choose from 22 places to stay that provide gym facilities, so you don't miss a single workout. If you are driving to Lehi, you'll want to pick from 126 places to stay that provide parking. We have 21 hotels and vacation rentals that have a pool or jacuzzi.
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