Utah Car Rentals
Experience Utah in one of our rental cars.
Those visiting Utah are encouraged to "Live life elevated". When arriving in the Utah rental car, explore some of the wonders of the vast land, including unique natural formations, national parks, colorful history and culture, and exciting recreation opportunities, Whether you're interested in checking out the Great Salt Lake or touring the "mighty 5" - Utah's five national parks - you and the family are sure to experience something new. A four season destination, Utah contains the best elements of the great mountainous West and the desert Southwest. You'll love this destination for the next family vacation!
Take the family to the city's capital in your Salt Lake City rental car
Utah's capital was founded by Mormon pioneers, and you'll learn a lot about the city's history when traveling through in the Salt Lake City rental car. Grab the kids and head to historic Trolley Square for the best shopping in the city, then explore the Clark Planetarium and its IMAX movie theater, which the kids are sure to love! If you want to check out local pubs, restaurants and other attractions without the kids, check out Salt Lake's Red Rock Brewing Company, which is also known for its new American cuisine. End the night with the whole family at a Utah Jazz Game, where everyone can enjoy the state's NBA team.
Next stop in the Utah rental car: Ogden
Last stop: Park City
You'll channel an adventurous spirit in Ogden. When arriving in the Utah rental car, you'll quickly discover that this city is known as a national high adventure capital. If the family loves water skiing, kayaking and biking, this is the city for you. Before you hit the trails, take the family to George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park, which includes replicas of prehistoric creatures. There's also the Salomon Center, a family friendly activity center with indoor skydiving, wave riding, rock climbing, bowling, miniature golf, arcades, bumper cars, and much more.
The last stop in the Utah rental car is Park City, which is known for its resort-like qualities. Kick off this leg of the vacation at the Alpine Slide, a luge-style summer sled track that sweeps 3,000 feet down the mountainside. Next, check out the Utah Olympic Park, which has the world's highest ski jump and the fastest sliding track for bobsled and luge. Watch freestyle aerialists soar 40 feet in the air year-round. If you're brave enough, you can try bobsledding for yourself!