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This nearly century old building was always used as a cooperative mercantile serving the folks of this remote northern Utah town of Grouse Creek. The small building was originally made of logs, then later tongue-and-groove siding was added. The owner runs the Grouse Creek Store in between school bus runs;…View more
Camping is a very popular activity in the Bear River Heritage Area. Here you can purchase locally made canvas tipis, tents and camp supplies. Red Hawk made the world’s largest tipi for use at the Salt Lake City 2002 Winter Olympics. They also specialize in making reproduction tents that are…View more
Marla Brindley Trowbridge carries on a century-old tradition of harness making and leather repair. She makes and repairs anything from reins to full harness and gear for horses. She also makes leather apparel.View more
Master carver, Kirk Topham has always been an artist in one media or another, but in recent years his interest in wildlife and carving led him to create the now famous "chainsaw bears". Kirk's whimsical carvings of the bears and other wildlife can be seen all around the region and in…View more
This rich hand-dipped chocolate candy shouldn’t be missed! The company has been in business since 1914. A second location is in the Albertson's shopping center at 49 East 400 North, just north of Juniper Take-out and east of Zion's bank.View more
Charlie’s Supreme Ice Cream has been scooping up tasty ice cream (made locally at Heart to Heart Foods) for years. Visit Craig “Charlie” Earl’s shop and get a taste of real Utah ice cream. Open late for weekend fun.View more