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Pineview Reservoir

 Pineview offers a unique blend of sport fish, including trophy-sized tiger muskie. Tigers are a hybrid blending muskie with northern pike. They grow large, attack lures aggressively and fight like - well, like tigers. The Utah state record tiger muskie, a 49-inch fish that weighed 33 lbs, 9 oz, was caught in Pineview.

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Lagoons amusement and water park

Lagoon is one of the only family owned amusement parks left in the country. With over 60 thrilling rides, 40 challenging games, live entertainment, a beautiful water park, the largest "kiddie land" of any amusement park in the nation, Pioneer Village, and the Campground, Lagoon offers something for everyone to enjoy.

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George S Eccles Dinosaur Park

Journey back in time to the days when the Dryosaurus roamed and the Tyrannosaurus rex ruled at this outdoor six-acre park that displays giant dinosaurs complete with sound effects like crashing trees and earth moving footsteps. The complex also includes a museum that features hands-on exhibits of the latest fossil finds from Utah and around the world.

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New World Distillery

New World Distillery is an on-site manufacturing facility specializing in super-premium, site-distilled spirits. We have a welcoming retail store front that looks out onto the production floor so that visitors can always see where the real magic takes place. We offer sales of product and branded merchandise, sprits glassware, cocktail mixers, tonics and more.

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Ogden Valley Balloon Festival

The Ogden Valley Balloon Festival is one of the premier events of the summer. Ballooning is an early morning sport and flights are scheduled each day of the festival about the time the sun comes over Monte Cristo. Occasionally night flights are available, depending on the weather conditions, but the night glow is also a spectacular display. Live music, food vendors and local artisans make this gathering a celebration of summer.

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Salomon Center

The Salomon Center is a high adventure and downtown sports complex which includes iFLY Utah, Flowrider Utah, an indoor surf wave called the Flowrider, and a huge climbing wall. It also has 32 bowling lanes, billiards, a 55,000 square foot Gold’s Gym, arcades, bumper cars, Pizza Factory Restaurant, and a Costa Vida Restaurant.

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Hill Aerospace Museum

Hill Aerospace Museum is located on approximately 30 acres of the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base, five miles south of Ogden, Utah. The Museum, which opened in 1986, was founded in 1981 as a part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program. The Utah Museum moved to its current facility in 1991 and hosted its four millionth visitor in the spring of 2014. More than 320,000 visitors, coming from every state and from many foreign countries, visited the Museum last year. Not only does the Museum have close to 100 aircraft displayed in its two inside galleries and outside air park, it exhibits thousands of artifacts depicting the history of aviation of the United States Air Force, Hill Air Force Base and the State of Utah.

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Egyptian Theater

Peery’s Egyptian Theater is an 800 seat multi-use theatrical venue located in the heart of downtown Ogden. Originally built as a movie palace in 1924 by Harmon and Lewis Peery, the theater was dilapidated and nearly torn down in the 1980’s. Restored to its original luster with the addition of a full theatrical stage and dressing rooms, it reopened in 1997 as part of the Ogden Eccles Conference Center. Peery’s Egyptian Theater is one of an estimated three Egyptian-style movie palace theaters in the Northwest United States. With the completion of the restoration of the Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ in 2004 the “Showplace of the West” is now restored to it’s original grandeur.

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Social Axe

“Sharpen your Social Skills one Axe at a time!” Social Axe Throwing®, Ogden, opened in April 2017 and was Utah’s first indoor axe throwing venue. We specialize in groups of 6 or more, but also welcome individuals who want to experience this exciting sport. Pre-book an event on our website and pick the time you want for your birthday party, bachelorette party, corporate event, or just a Saturday get together. Our entertaining coaches will keep your group yelling and laughing the whole two-hour event.

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Ogden Nature Center

The Ogden Nature Center is a 152-acre (0.62 km2) nature preserve and education center located in Ogden, Utah. Created in 1975, it was Utah's first nature center. The center includes live animal exhibits, walking trails, ponds, bird blinds, observation towers, treehouses, gardens featuring drought resistant plants, and protected areas for wildlife. It offers nature-based classes and activities for children and adults, as well as classes on environmental issues. 

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Eccles Community Art Center

Located in the historic home of David & Bertha Eccles in Ogden's historic Jefferson District. The Eccles Community Art Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to a continued effort to stimulate interest, foster awareness and provide education in all visual and performing arts.

We believe our community is enhanced through the arts and encourage you to get involved! Check out our educational opportunities and upcoming events. Want to volunteer your talents? There’s an opportunity to match your skills.

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Ogden Valley Open market

This is a seasonal open air market. Farmers and Artists earn fair prices for their labor by selling directly to the consumer. 
Consumers have access to fresh, nutritious and local produce.
Eden creates a "town square" experience by shopping for specialty items in an animated, public atmosphere.

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Farmer’s Market Ogden

Farmers Market Ogden Series strives to provide awareness of, and access to, local agriculture while utilizing vendors, musicians, artists, and community partners to create an inclusionary culture of urban arts and community engagement. The Farmers Market Ogden series acts as a community drawing board for urban development and reflects a large economic impact annually.

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Antelope Island

Visitors to Antelope Island State Park drive across the causeway, a narrow two-lane road spanning from mainland to island, leaving the bustle of the Wasatch Front for a refuge of rangelands floating on a desert sea. Visitors will want to hike, bike and look for wildlife, as well as experience the best place to access Great Salt Lake. Be sure to visit the Fielding Garr Ranch located on the southeast side of the island. The Fielding Garr Ranch House is distinctive for two reasons: first, it is the oldest continually inhabited Anglo home in the state of Utah (from 1848 to 1981 when the island became a state park), and second, it is the oldest Anglo built house in Utah still on its original foundation.

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