Brigham City Utah - Things To Do
Construction of the Brigham City Tabernacle began in 1868. Settlers hauled limestone and sandstone from the mountain quarries. Workers in the Co-op masonry department shaped and laid the stone. Mountain pine was cut and used for joists, rafters, beams and lumber for the floor, roof, pulpit, benches and doors.
The Oregon Short Line Company was established in 1878 to provide the Union Pacific Railroad access to the Pacific Northwest. The company announced in 1906 that it would construct a modern new depot in Brigham City. The depot was completed and opened to the public on May 19, 1907.
The Bear River Bird Refuge Visitors Center offers visitors young and old the opportunity to learn the importance of wetland environments. As you enter the visitors center you will be treated with a mural of bird species that can be found living or visiting the Bear River Bird Refuge.
No sooner were America's first railroads operating in the 1830's than people of vision foresaw transcontinental travel by rail. The idea gained support as a national railroad system took shape. By the beginning of the Civil War, America's eastern states were linked by 31,000 miles of rail, more than in all of Europe. Virtually none of this network, however served the area beyond the Missouri River.
Secluded and unique is one way to describe the Spiral Jetty which is located at Rozel Point on the northeastern shore of the Great Salt Lake.
The Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge encompasses approximately 75,000 acres. It is the largest freshwater component of the Great Salt Lake ecosystem.
The Morton Thiokol rocket display is approx 25 miles from Brigham City on State Route 83.
Located just a few miles past Corrine Utah is the Salt Creek WMA. This WMA was designed to provide habitat for Utah's Waterfowl species.
Located approx 8 miles North of down town Brigham City Utah.
Boat, swim, waterski, and fish on the warm waters of Willard Bay. Camp under tall cottonwood trees that frame the night sky. During winter months, Willard Bay is a wildlife watching area for nesting eagles. Two areas, North and South Marinas, offer all the amenities for a weekend at the Bay.
The Willard Peak Road is located south of Mantua Utah. This area is very popular for camping, mountain biking and OHV use. The road is approx 12 miles long with ATV trails leading off in every direction.
The reservoir sits at an elevation of 5,000 feet and offers fishing, boating and water skiing.
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