Brigham City Utah
Founded in the 1850's, Brigham City is located 63 miles north of Salt Lake City along interstate I-15. Brigham is known as the "Gateway to the World's Greatest Wild Bird Refuge". The Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge encompasses approximately 75,000 acres and is the largest freshwater component in the Great Salt lake ecosystem.
Brigham City is surrounded by outdoor recreational activities from bird watching, hiking, boating, fishing, swimming, golfing, site seeing and more. Popular places to visit include the Golden Spike National Historic Site, the ATK (Thiokol Corporation) rocket display, the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge Visitors Center, and the Brigham City Train Depot.
The town offers visitors a small town feel with similar amenities to a larger city. Brigham City has several hotels and many dining options from Mexican food, to the famous Maddox Ranch House. For those that enjoy camping, Brigham and the surrounding area offers several RV park campgrounds including the Willard Bay State Park.
Brigham City is famous for its tree-lined streets. The majestic sycamore trees along Main Street are considered to be one of the finest examples of successful urban forestry in Utah. The Shade Tree Commission was established to foster urban forestry in Brigham City. Sponsored by the Arbor Day Foundation Brigham City is proud to be designated a Tree City USA.
From Salt Lake City travel North on I-15 to the Brigham City, Logan, Perry exit 362. Travel east to main street. Turn Left.