You may have heard it more recently but the saying is true! "It's Happening In Helper, Utah."
No visit to the Carbon Corridor would be complete without a stop or overnight stay in the Helper Historical District. You'll find beautiful old gas stations that bookend the town and refurbished buildings housing comfortable Airbnbs, galleries, and eateries. Antique shops, art galleries, a coffee shop, retail shops, eateries, and the popular Helper Mining & Railroad Museum line historic Main Street. With the new River Revitalization, enjoy a stroll along the Helper Parkway while enjoying a picnic lunch, tubing, kayaking, fishing or paddle boarding.
You do not want to miss the Christmas Town Light Parade or festivities that give Helper the nickname “Utah’s Christmas Town.” The Annual Helper Arts, Music, and Film Festival takes place the third weekend in August when they block off the entire main street for art booths, car show, food & beverage, kids activities, live music and film shows. Mark your calendar for the First Friday events which is growing in popularity not only with the locals but with out of town visitors as well. You are sure to get a feel for Helper's community pride and love for art. The First Friday of every month almost all if not all the galleries are open as well as fun on Main Street with live music, food, family friendly activities, theme costume contests, and more!
The Downtown Helper has been beautifully preserved and restored, with historic storefronts housing galleries, eateries and more to be enjoyed. The city comes to life on the first Friday of the month with gallery walks, live music and entertainment pulling locals and visitors out to enjoy all that Helper has to offer.
Intro text about all the amenities available to guests visiting the city.
- Art Galleries
- Swimming Pools
There is no off-season here in the Corridor, our calendar is full of fun from fall festivals to Christmas light parades and summer concert series we find a way to get together and have a good time!
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Stay for or a night or a week, there's lots to see while you're here.