Bear River Heritage Area Experiences that reflect local culture, past and present. Family friendly hands on history adventures.
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Historic artifacts and photos from Paris Idaho area local history. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day.View more
The only national grassland in the intermountain West, the Curlew National Grassland was established in 1960 to improve soil and vegetation and promote sound agricultural practices. The land was cultivated and farmed in the early 1900s, and you can still see evidence of many old homesteads in the area. The…View more
Artifacts from the early history of Paradise and southern Cache Valley are preserved in this museum which is housed in the old Mormon tithing office.View more
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…View more
The Hyrum City museum is in the beautiful new Hyrum City Library/Museum complex. The building was completed in May of 2007. Learn about the history of the Hyrum Utah area. Call for more information or to arrange a visit.View more
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…View more