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    Willard Bay State Park

    Willow Creek Campground Rd Willard, UT 84340

    Nesting Species include Black-headed Grosbeak, Yellow-headed Blackbird, Gray Catbird, Yellow Warbler, and Song Sparrow: Boneparte's Gull, Bald Eagle, Common Tern, Hooded Meganser, and Common Loon in the fall and early winter. Visit this site any season. Get more information about Willard Bay on...

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    Salt Creek Waterfowl Management Area

    Little Mountain Rd, Tremonton, UT 84337

    This site offers Northern Harrier, Bald Eagle (winter), Cinnamon Teal and Sandhill Crane. Directions on how to get there are available on the website.

    Take the Corrine exit off I-15.  When you get into the town of Corrine follow the signs that point you in the direction of the Golden...

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    Old Barn Community Theatre

    3605 Bigler Road, Collinston, UT 84306

    In an 1867 stage stop barn, the Old Barn Community Theatre produces four plays per year, each running four weekends. In the summer they host a barn burner with a Dutch oven dinner on opening night and at Christmas they host a Gala at opening. Check Old Barn Community Theatre on their website...

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    Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation

    707 North Main Street, Brigham City, UT 84302

    Utah and Southeastern Idaho were settled first by the Shoshone. Today’s Shoshone are especially well-known for their beadwork. Stop by the offices of the Northwestern Band and get information on events and artisans from Patty Timbimboo-Madsen, Cultural and Natural Resource...

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    Marble Park

    11598 W 11200 N Tremonton, UT 84337

    Folk art at its best! Artistry in iron etches the skyline with prancing horses, wagons, and wheels. Have a picnic lunch or barbecue while your kids enjoy the playground, and view a display of horse-drawn wagons and equipment. Look for pieces like the Utah History timeline and the Bicentennial...

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    Lucin

    Grouse Creek Rd, Wendover, UT 84083

    Lucin, a small settlement that served a stretch of the Southern Pacific Railroad that is now abandoned is a west desert oasis sometimes referred to as a "warbler trap." At first glance Lucin looks like a small pond with some surrounding trees, but it is much more, especially during spring and...

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    Holmgren Historical Farm

    460 N 3rd E, Tremonton, UT 84337

    This working family farm was homesteaded in 1896 under the Homestead Act. The farmstead is on the National Register of Historic Places due to its unusual dairy barn that retains hay storage and dairy operations under one roof. Most dairy operations in the state either had separate buildings for...

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    Heritage Theatre

    2505 S Hwy 89, Perry, UT 84302

    Housed in Perry’s century-old former Mormon church building, Heritage Community Theatre offers musicals, children’s theatre, and...

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    Golden Spike National Historic Site

    22000 West Rd, Corinne, UT 84307

    On May 10, 1869, the final spike was driven, completing the transcontinental railroad and revolutionizing travel across North America. Visit Golden Spike National Historic Site, and witness historic reenactments and locomotive demonstrations, and participate in ranger programs and films. You...

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    Eli Anderson’s Wagons

    11200 North 8790 West Hwy 102, Tremonton Utah

    Interested in horse-drawn vehicles? Western filmmakers are! You won’t want to miss the largest private collection in the West.

    By appointment...

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    Diesel and Steak!

    Old Highway 89 and Interstate Highways 15 and 84 continue Box Elder County’s transportation legacy dating from the days of covered wagons and steam locomotives that carried people and goods to the West and to the gold fields in Montana, among other sites. The era of the automobile and highway...

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    Crystal Hot Springs

    8212 Utah 38, Honeyville, UT 84314

    Geothermal activity is evident throughout this region, and hot springs can be found in numerous locations along the western slopes of the Wasatch Mountains.  Crystal Hot Springs is a resort built around one of these natural hot springs 13 miles north of Brigham City in the town of Honeyville....

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    Brigham City Union Pacific Depot

    833 West Forest Street, Brigham City, UT 84302

    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,...

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    Brigham City Tabernacle

    Built on “Sagebrush Hill,” on a site chosen in 1865 by Brigham Young himself, this tabernacle took nearly fifteen years to build, then it was gutted by fire in 1896. The formerly somewhat plain building was rebuilt with a Gothic Revival tower and sixteen pinnacles. Free guided tours are...
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    Brigham City Museum/Gallery

    24 North 300 West, Brigham City, UT 84302

    Founded in 1970, the Brigham City Museum-Gallery is a regional art and history center. The important pioneer history of Brigham City is told with hands-on exhibits and Daughters of the Utah Pioneers' artifacts. Eliza's Attic is an introduction to the settlement's lifestyle while the...

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    Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge

    2108 W 000 North Rd, Brigham City, UT 84302

    Awesome numbers of birds can be viewed in Spring, Summer and Fall, at this world-famous national wildlife refuge.Nearly 74,000 acres of marsh, mudflat, seasonal wetlands and uplands attract shorebirds, waterfowl, herons, grebes, gulls, eagles, hawks and many other birds.

    “Throughout...

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    ATK Launch Systems Rocket Display

    9160 UT-83, Corinne, UT 84307

    ATK Launch Systems, (formerly Thiokol), founded in 1929 as Thiokol Chemical Corporaton, is the world’s largest producer of high-technology solid rocket motors for space, defense, and commercial uses. They produce the giant solid rocket motors for NASA’s space shuttle program. The name...