Things To Do In Provo

50% Off Guided Rafting Trip

Runoff River Adventures

Bridal Veil Park

$176 $88

In whitewater rafts, adventurers donning free safety gear traverse Provo River for two hours

50% Off Discover Sailing Experience in Provo

Bonneville School of Sailing

Utah Lake State Park Marina

$190 $99

Sailboats cut over glossy surface of Utah Lake as students learn boating basics in hands-on Discover Sailing experience.

50% Off Zipline Canopy Tour at Adventure Zipline

Adventure Zipline

Provo Canyon

$60 $30

Enjoy views of the Wasatch mountains and the Provo river as you sail down 5 unique ziplines stretching over 1,400 feet

Up to 54% Off Guided Fly-Fishing Trip

Simply Fly Fishing Utah

Provo

$260 $119

Guides bring the waders, boots, fly rods, flies, and drinks—all the necessary equipment—for a half-day trip on the Provo River

Up to 68% Off Barre Fitness at Xtend Barre Provo

Xtend Barre Provo

Riverwoods

$125 $49

Xtend Barre blends the calorie-burning cardio workout of dance with the muscle-sculpting moves of Pilates

62% Off Martial Arts

United Studios Of Self Defense, Provo

Provo

$150 $57

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 59% Off Shooting-Range Packages

Discount Guns and Ammo

Multiple Locations

$61.98 $33

An indoor range with adjustable targets accommodates up to .50 caliber handguns; staff focuses on safety above all else

Up to 51% Off Parent-Tot Swim Lessons

SwimKids

Provo

$50 $25

In small classes, instructors teach tykes between 3 and 28 months old to float and submerge in a pool heated to 90 degrees

73% Off Martial-Arts Lessons

Tigress Women's Self Defense

Foot Hills

$30 $8

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

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• For $85, you get a one-hour lesson in wakeboarding, wake-surfing, waterskiing, or water-skating for one person (a $175 value). • For $89, you get a one-day rental of an alligator or jumbo turtle water trampoline (up to a $180 value).

4400 West Center Street
Provo,
UT
US

Stereotypically, laser-tag games are designed for weekend warriors and adrenaline junkies craving a nonlethal form of combat warfare. All too often, these scenarios fuel aggression and salty sailor talk in both adults and teens. But Command Deck, the latest laser-tag hotspot, has a different target in mind: moms.

Command Deck allows matriarchs to breathe a much-needed sigh of relief by setting aside most of its business hours to Tiny Tag—laser tag designed specifically for the 12-and-under crowd. They even impose age and height restrictions so that every match is a fair fight. Thoroughly vetted and charismatic referees watch over each campaign, and a live video feed enables parents to watch their little infrared warriors from afar. For those who want to take the action outside, Command Deck also offers mobile laser-tag services that add excitement to any backyard barbecue or job interview.

1200 Towne Centre Boulevard
Provo,
UT
US

The guides at Simply Fly Fishing Utah are not only expert fishermen, but they're adept at finding interesting, off-the-beaten-path locations for wading in and fishing. Their half- and full-day fly-fishing trips explore the scenic shores of the Provo and Weber rivers, but some of their trips dip into more secluded and rugged locales, such as Old Man Patterson's swimming pool. Each outing can be tailored to any experience level—the guides pride themselves on making fly-fishing non-intimidating to beginners, covering basic topics such as baiting the hook and casting the heavy line into a current. And because they know that preparation is always key, the guides provide regular updates on river conditions and hatching seasons.

3285 North 500 East
Provo,
UT
US

The passionate trio of guides at Open Water Fishing isn't content to compete with the swarms of amateur anglers vying for fish on the state's most popular waters. Instead, the team takes heed of their motto, "the fishing is best where fewest go." To that end, they gather up bait, tackle, and eager patrons at their home base in Provo and travel to five less-trodden rivers throughout Utah. During excursions, they'll show fishermen of all levels how to snare wild cutthroat trout on Upper Fish Creek, brown trout at Diamond Fork, or rainbow trout on Strawberry River. The guides practice catch-and-release, frowning upon the more popular catch-and-send-as-a-jury-duty-stand-in. They also provide snacks and drinks on every trip.

560 East 400 North Street
Provo,
UT
US

For runners at the starting line of Run13, LLC's signature half-marathons, 10Ks, and 5Ks, it's all downhill from there. The organization plots many of its events on a breezy downhill route, giving beginning runners a leg up on their first race and experienced runners a better shot at a personal record. But runners aren't the only ones that benefit. The Racing Cane 10K, 5K, and 1K benefits children in the Dominican Republic's impoverished cane-shack communities, using shoe collections and race registrations to help them break out of the cycle of poverty. And for every race, the organization designates a charity to donate its proceeds to, often taking suggestions from its fans or the magic 8 ball that presides over all affairs.

N University Ave. & E Center St.
Provo,
UT
US

Owned and operated by its guides, Runoff River Adventures has attracted some of the best river navigators in the business. Each guide has personally traversed more than 200 rivers, whose collective currents criss-cross countries across the world. The aquatic experts wield this experience as they guide kayaking and rafting expeditions down courses that can pass through roiling rapids or stick to calmer areas, such as goldfish bowls. Instructors also helm paddling and rafting courses, which focus on oar work and the art of the lake roll and river roll. Once they have mastered the basics, adventurers can confidently sally forth for self-guided tours in inflatable or non-inflatable kayaks, rafts, and innertubes that function as both flotation devices and very large headbands.

Old Highway 189
Provo,
UT
US