We opted to drive through the night to make good time plus take advantage of the kids sleeping and the roads being fairly clear of traffic. It also makes Nebraska easier to endure, lol. We took off supper-time Thursday night and had made it to the Heber Valley, where we'd be camping, by 11 the next morning.
The kids did great in the truck. We had purchased a few small, but new toys and some new movies to keep them happy while we were driving.
All the campgrounds in the area were full, so we ended up staying in a hotel for two nights, which the kids enjoyed as they got to swim. We went to eat at the Good Thymes Bistro in Park City the first night for supper. It was okay, but not great, especially in comparison to some of the other fantastic meals we had while we were there. We did notice fairly quickly that everything is just a bit pricier in that area, which we adjusted to easily enough. We were pretty zonked that first day, so between naps, a meal and a swim, we really didn't do a whole lot.