What is There That’s Cheap or Free to Do in Layton?

Looking for something to do this weekend? Don’t have a lot of money left over in your budget for entertainment expenses? Not to worry — there’s no shortage of things that are cheap or free to do in Layton.

  • SeaQuest Utah. One of the best places for repeat visits in Layton is SeaQuest, which lets you and your family experience the wonder of some of the most majestic and unique creatures in the sea. You can also opt for unique experiences such as Snorkel with the Stingrays or a Sloth Encounter depending on your budget. Tickets are surprisingly cheap for the value — single-day tickets start as low as $7.95 online.
  • Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve. Free to visit and open to the public, the 4,400-acre Great Salt Lake Shorelands Preserve must be seen to be believed. The preserve celebrates 15 years of protecting our precious wetlands and uplands in 2019, and if you can walk the incredible boardwalk loop 15 times by November, you could win a t-shirt.
  • Adams Canyon Trail. You’ve got a lot of options in Layton for parks and hiking, but the best is arguably the 3.8-mile Adams Canyon Trail. Not only will you work up a considerable sweat, but you’ll be able to drink in great views of the city, relax by a 40-foot waterfall at trail’s end, and even extend your journey by picking up the Bonneville Shoreline Trail.

There’s a lot to do in and around Layton, so you’ll need a reliable and stylish ride to cover as much ground as possible. For this, look no further than Westland Ford. We’re proud to serve Layton and committed to making a difference.