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    Worm Creek Opera House

    70 S State St, Preston, ID 83263

    This old theater was named after a creek the flows through Preston. It was reopened about 30 years ago and now serves as a playhouse for students performing in Westside High and Preston High musicals, and performers in general from Northern Utah and Idaho. In between productions put on through Franklin County Theater Arts Council and Northern Cache Valley’s […]

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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 their website listed below.Boat, swim, water ski, and fish on the warm […]

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    Utah State University Outdoor Recreation

    899 E 1200 N Utah State University Logan, UT 84322

    Open to students as well as non-students. The outdoor rec center features equipment rental, trip information, library and some guided day trips. Some of the equipment that is available to rent includes canoes, kayaks, white water rafts, mountain bikes, back packs, tents, sleeping bags and other camping gear. For winter sports there are cross country and telemark skis […]

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    Twin Lakes

    Twin Lakes Road, Clifton, ID 83228

    This wetlands area offers song birds, marsh birds, water fowl, and many loons in the spring. Visit this site in spring and summer.

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    Trail Creek Lodge

    3350 Trail Canyon Rd, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    Trail Creek offers eleven rooms in a lodge, and amenities like a hot tub, sauna, and satellite big screen TV. You can get breakfast service or group meals, or you can prepare your own meals. Outdoor recreation opportunities include cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, horseback riding, and fishing. Camping and RV hookups are also available. See website […]

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    Soda Springs Ranger District

    401 E Hooper Ave, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    In Caribou County, manages the activities of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Books, maps, travel and recreation information available.

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    Riverdale Hot Springs

    3696 N 1600 E, Preston, ID 83263

    Riverdale Resort features a large outdoor swimming pool and hot tubs fed by natural hot water, including a therapeutic jetted tub. A hydrotube pool and children’s pool make this a good family outing. A gaming room and snack bar compliment the changing and locker rooms. The resort has eight motel rooms with hot tubs in […]

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    Pickleville Playhouse

    2049 South Bear Lake Blvd., Garden City, UT 84028

    A delightful family operated theatre that features “mellerdramers” and other productions suitable for any audience, along with a meal for any appetite before the show. And yes, there really was a town called Pickleville, right here! It was named after Warren W. Pickle, who secured funding for a culinary water project in the 1870s. Pickleville […]

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    Oregon Trail Park & Marina

    2424 U.S. 30 Scenic, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    Here you can picnic in a place traversed by Oregon Trail travelers. The Oregon Trail, marked by white carsonite markers, heads up from Alexander Reservoir and crosses the road that leads down into the park.

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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 below.

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    Muddy Road Outfitters

    4705 W. 3800 N. Benson, Utah 84335

    Jim and Barbara Waterson are knowledgeable about the waterways of the Bear River and its tributaries in Cache Valley. They have been helping people with their canoe trips for eight years. There are fourteen canoes available for rent. There are also maps and “water blaster” squirt guns available to use on your canoeing adventure. Visit […]

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    Ice Fishing

    5 Cisco Beach Rd, Laketown, UT 84038

    Bear Lake has four species of fish that cannot be found anywhere else in the world, with the Bonneville Cisco being the most well known. It is an annual ritual for many people to come during the cold month of January, hoping to net some of these little fish through a hole in the ice!

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    Hyrum State Park

    405 West 300 South, Hyrum, UT 84319

    This beautiful 450-acre man-made lake offers boating, year-round fishing, waterskiing, camping, and swimming. Facilities include a 32-unit campground with one ADA site, modern restrooms, showers, a concrete boat ramp, and a sandy beach. A group camping area is available by reservation for reunions and parties. The park is located only 15 minutes from downtown Logan. […]

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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 drama.

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    Glendale Reservoir

    2840 E Glendale Rd, Preston, ID 83263

    This site offers song birds, birds of prey, marine birds, marsh birds, water fowl. There is also camping and restrooms available here. Visit this site any season.

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    First Dam

    1798 Canyon Rd, Logan, UT 84321

    This grassy park marks the first of three dams constructed to harness the power of Logan River for electricity.  On a sunny, spring day, the banks of First Dam come alive with picnickers, volleyball, sunbathers and college students.  Hopefully geese and ducks are always looking for a tasty crumb.  Local anglers also frequent the water’s […]

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    Ellen Eccles Theatre

    43 South Main, Logan, UT 84321

    This historic theater was built in 1913 by the Thatchers, a prominent family who loved plays and operas. A wing was added onto the theatre in 2001 and the building was beautifully refurbished. The theatre is home to a summer repertory season and other performances during the year. The beautiful building offers a splendid and charming […]

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    Downata Hot Springs

    25900 S. Downata Road, Downey, Idaho 83234

    Natural hot water flows year round through the large swimming pool and hot tub at Downata Hot Springs. The clubhouse provides changing room and lockers plus a café and game room. A zero depth water playground with water toys is popular with children. Two large hydrotube rides thrill all ages. The resort accommodates overnighters in […]

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    Daniels Reservoir

    W Daniels Rd, Malad City, ID 83252

    Song birds, upland birds, marsh birds, water fowl. Visit this site spring and summer.

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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. It is said that the area was […]

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    City of Rocks National Reserve

    City of Rocks Rd City of Rocks National Reserve Malta, ID 83342

    Granite spires and monoliths reaching 60 stories tall. Geologists estimate the oldest granite to exceed 2.5 billion years. Established in 1988 as a national reserve, City of Rocks encompasses 14,407 acres of land (about one quarter is privately owned) and is renowned for its scenic, geologic, and historic significance. The City of Rocks area was […]

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    Castle Rocks State Park

    3035 S US Hwy 77 Spur, Almo, ID 83312

    Evidence suggests that folks have been coming to Castle Rocks for nearly 9,000 years. Campsites are nestled among Idaho’s largest pinyon pine forest on the east slope of the 7,500-foot Smoky Mountain.

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    Caribou Highlands Golf Course & RV Park

    1750 Gibson Ln, Grace, ID 83241

    This farm located in the Gem Valley in the Caribou Highlands of southeastern Idaho was first cleared of its sagebrush in the 1880s. Bart and Cherie Christensen, who raise wheat, barley, and seed potatoes on the land, decided to create a couple of golf fairways for their five children to play on, and it grew […]

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    Caine Lyric Theatre

    28 West Center, Logan, UT 84321

    This theatre was built in 1913 by the Thatchers, a locally prominent family who loved plays and operas. A wing was added in 2001, and the building was beautifully refurbished. A ghost that is partial to Shakespeare is said to haunt the theatre. Actors who have worked here claim that the ghost has been heard […]

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    Bear Lake State Park (Utah)

    1030 N Bear Lake Blvd, Garden City, UT 84028

    The stunning aqua-blue waters of Bear Lake are the main feature of Bear Lake State Park. Enjoy a variety of activities in their seasons–waterskiing, sailing, swimming, scuba diving in summer. Year-round fishing for cutthroat, mackinaw, cisco, and whitefish. Join the fun of ice fishing in January during the annual Cisco run. There are three main recreation areas: Rendezvous […]

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    Alexander Reservoir

    2423 U.S. 30 Scenic, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    Marine birds, marsh birds, water fowl, Sandhill Cranes, and Trumpeter Swans in winter. Visit this site any season.