Cobbler Cove and Park Stone

(Don’t forget about this giveaway–last day!)
(Justin and I were both given free cobbler from Cobbler Cove and a coupon for Park Stone in exchange for this review. However, all opinions are our own.)
Let me tell you Justin’s favorite story about homemade peach cobbler…I was pregnant and craving peach cobbler. So, I found a good, easy recipe. I made sure to follow it to a T, then impatiently waited for it to cook. After 50 minutes of cooking (what the recipe called for), but it just wasn’t setting. The sugar had browned on top, but that was it…it was still super watery. I complained to Justin that I had followed the directions perfectly and then he asked me if I put in flour…I said YES! He laughed and asked again. I looked back at my liquid cobbler, and knowing he was right, muttered, “But I followed the directions exactly.” Needless to say, pregnancy brain had ruined that cobbler.
Well, when we had the chance to go try some homemade quality cobbler, we jumped at it!

Cobbler Cove is located in the new shopping center, Station Park in Farmington, opposite I-15 to Lagoon. It is a beautifully landscaped shopping and office area..,and guess what makes it even more awesome…my uncle helped do the landscape architecture! Thankfully, my parents live literally 5 minutes from Station Park, so we dropped Rhys off before heading there.

We entered Cobbler Cove and I immediately fell in love with the decor. We were a little overwhelmed with the amount of choices presented us for–the breading, the fruit, the sauces, ice cream, toppings! Holy Cow! 

And the size! Even Justin was pleased with the prize per size and quality of the cobbler. After he had devoured his, he thanked the manager who helped us and then sought out the owner to thank him. He told me we were definitely returning.

We also received a swag bag full of coupons for the different stores in Station Park. One of which was $5 off at Park Stone Wood Grill. We were hungry still–we hadn’t had dinner yet…so, we peaked our head into Park Stone. It looked super up-class, so we hesitantly asked for a menu. Happily, we saw it wasn’t much more expensive then Red Robin! So, we said please seat us! We loved the atmosphere!  Justin got a BBQ Bacon burger and I got a BBQ Southwest Chicken salad. And, holy cow! The size of the salad was huge and delicious! I loved the sauce, the seasoning of the chicken, and the onion straws! We were very happy with our choice.

And because we were very happy, we’ve teamed up with other bloggers who enjoyed the event at Cobbler Cove to give you a chance at an awesome prize from Station Park!

Be sure to enter to win the $300+ prize package from Station Park’s amazing businesses below! If you need a date night with the hubby (hello couples massage!) or you are looking for something fun to do with the kids (ice skating and yummy cobbler!), Station Park is your place. With upscale retail, dining and entertainment, a children’s play area, an outdoor winter skating rink, and a world-class show fountain – there is definitely something for everyone. Station Park expertly combines luxe surroundings with family friendly amenities. You will want to stop, stay, and play at this beautiful shopping and entertainment destination right off of I-15 with easy access to Front Runner.
Whether you are checking out the latest in fashion at DownEast Basics, dining at the ParkStone wood-fire grill, grabbing groceries at Harmon’s, working out with lululemon on Saturday morning, or having a spa day at Sanctuary Aveda, you are going to want to cap off your fun with fresh-baked cobbler from Station Park’s newest dessert restaurant Cobbler Cove! You are going to want to cozy up by their fireplace and enjoy America’s favorite dessert.

One lucky reader is going to be spoiled with some of our favorite things from Station Park!
Station Park Valentines Giveaway
$30 gift card to Cobbler Cove
Cooking Class from Harmon’s
A Yoga Starter Kit from lululemon athletica at Station Park
A $25 Gift Certificate from ParkStone Restaurant
A Couples Massage with Stress Fix Soak from Sanctuary Aveda
A $50 Gift Card from DownEast Basics
Six ice skating passes from The Salt Project

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thank you to these amazing businesses for donating our prizes!
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Utahns, have you ever been to Station Park? What was your favorite part?

Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.


  1. I LOVE Station Park! That is one of the many reasons I was so excited to move back into Davis County! I think my favorite part is the fact that Station Park has so many of my favorite stores, although I am kind of annoyed that they stole Layton's Old Navy. *Crossing my fingers that I am lucky for once and actually win this!*

  2. My dad wishes he could work in the offices there, he loves the view, but the rent is too expensive! My siblings go there all the time as they live literally less than 5 minutes away!

  3. We looked in, I liked the atmosphere, but ya, a little pricey for our budget. That's why I loved Park Stone…still looks and feels upclass,but manageable prices!

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