I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! There’s no better way to beat the summer heat, and luckily Utah is full of a variety of different ice cream shops. From Northern Utah to Southern Utah, we’ve rounded up a few of the best spots to enjoy a scoop or two of your favorite ice cream. 

  1. Casper’s Ice Cream
    Location: Richmond

    Casper’s Ice Cream got its start in 1925 when Casper Merrill took milk and cream from the family milk cows to create his first frozen treats, now famously known as FatBoy Nut Sundaes and ice cream sandwiches. Fast forward to today, and Casper’s Ice Cream products have expanded across the state. Stop by to order a scoop of your favorite flavor, or enjoy a delicious sundae, banana split, or even factory firsts or seconds of FatBoy products. caspersicecream.com

  2. Peach City
    Location: Brigham City

    For over 70 years, Peach City has been serving up delicious burgers, home-cut fries, and shakes. This vintage parlor makes its own ice cream daily and has perfected the milkshake. With the name Peach City, you know their peach ice cream is going to be good! thepeachcity.com

  3. Farr Better Ice Cream
    Location: Ogden

    Farr’s historic Ogden shop will take you straight back to the 1920s. With over 100 years in business, it’s safe to say that Farr’s knows how to churn up delicious ice cream. Burnt Almond Fudge and Playdough are their top sellers, but with 100+ flavors available you are sure to find something you like! farrsicecream.com

  4. Blacksmith Ice Cream
    Location: Bountiful

    Recently voted as the #1 ice cream shop in Utah by Yelp, Blacksmith Ice Cream hand-churns ice cream in small batches throughout the day for the ultimate flavor and freshness. Enjoy scoops of both classic and unique flavors such as Honeybud, Campfire S’mores, Banana Nutella, and more. In addition to the regular menu, Blacksmith Ice Cream offers limited-edition, monthly flavors. blacksmithicecream.com

  5. Dairy Keen: Home of the Train
    Location: Heber

    This vintage mom-and-pop joint is a local favorite for delicious burgers, fries, shakes, and more! Since 1946, the Dairy Keen family has been working to create delicious food in a fun-filled, family atmosphere. Visit the Home of the Train and keep it simple with a chocolate vanilla swirl soft serve cone, or order one of their many different shakes. Either way, you can’t go wrong! dairykeen.com

  6. Rockwell Ice Cream
    Location: Salt Lake City & Provo

    Inspired by the old-fashioned ice cream shops of America, Rockwell Ice Cream specializes in creating unique flavors you won’t find anywhere else. These flavors include The G.O.A.T (a goat cheese base with blackberry, lemon, and honey almonds), Muddy Buddy, Honey Comb, and Rockwell Road. Additionally, the shop makes its ice cream with 16% butterfat, resulting in an extra thick and creamy ice cream base. rockwellicecream.com

  7. Rowley’s Red Barn
    Locations: Santaquin and Washington

    Rowley’s Red Barn is more than an ice cream parlor - it’s a fully operating, family-owned farm. Enjoy a scoop or two of delicious ice cream flavors like blueberry cheesecake, Oreo fudge and key lime pie, just to name a few. If visiting in the fall, take advantage of the opportunity to pick your own apples, and definitely don’t leave without trying a tasty apple cider slush! rowleysredbarn.com

  8. Nielsen’s Frozen Custard
    Locations: Multiple locations

    Nielsen’s Frozen Custard has long been a Utah favorite and for good reason too! Nielsen’s concretes are thick, creamy and can be ordered with a variety of different mix-ins. The combinations are unlimited! If you are hungry for more than ice cream, Nielsen’s also offers burgers, fries, shakes, and sandwiches. nielsensfrozencustard.com

  9. Spilled Milk Ice Cream
    Locations: Salt Lake & St. George

    If soft-serve ice cream is more your style, Spilled Milk Ice Cream is the place to go. This shop has taken your favorite childhood cereals and mixed them with delicious ice cream to create unique and delicious concoctions. Favorite Flavors include Over the Rainbow, made with Fruity Pebbles and Captain Crunch, and Match Made in Heaven, mixed with Butterfinger, Cookie Crisp, and Reese’s Puffs. Counts as breakfast, right? spilledmilkicecream.com

  10. Brooker’s Founding Flavors
    Location: Herriman, Provo, Vineyard

    Brooker’s Founding Flavors combines delicious ice cream with Early American history. One step into the ice cream tavern and you’ll feel like you’ve gone back in time! Each ice cream flavor is named after a figure from the Revolutionary War, like George Washington’s Indispensable Flavor, Thomas Jefferson’s Declaration of Cookie Dough, Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride, and Alexander Hamilton’s Not Throwing Away My Scoop. brookersicecream.com

Did your favorite ice cream shops make this list? Let us know what stops we missed by messaging us on social media, @utahfarmbureau.