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Arizona's Cactus League offers a getaway to enjoy pre-season baseball.
By Kathleen Curry & Geoff Griffin
Fifteen teams currently call the greater Phoenix area of Arizona home for what's known as the "Cactus League." Salt Lake City-based fans of baseball and/or sunshine are just a two-hour flight or 11-hour drive.
Bear Lake's annual Raspberry Days festival runs Aug. 6-8, with three days of concerts, rodeos, fairs, dancing and a classic small-town pancake breakfast. Whether you're going up for a day or a weekend getaway, check out these options.
When you head out on vacation and want something different from the typical multistory, off-the-rack hotel experience, consider the many options for bed & breakfast getaways right here in Utah. Each option offers its own slice of Utah history.