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Riverdale UT 84405
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The Ogden, Utah, area is best known for its great diversity in activities! It is a center for skiing and adventure sports. Ogden is also a railroad city that has seen much growth and change through the years!
Located 40 miles north of Salt Lake City, Ogden is gateway to Snowbasin, Powder Mountain and Wolf Mountain Ski Resorts. Ogden was a major player in the development of the Transcontinental Railroad. The Golden Spike National Historic Site, located northwest of the city, commemorates the completion of the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads. That event marked the beginning of the end of the American frontier.
Ogden Valley is a beautiful mountain valley bisected by the Ogden River it is a hub for recreational activities.
Pineview Reservoir offers outstanding opportunities for boating, fishing and other water sports. The Ogden River provides very good trout fishing from the reservoir down through Ogden Canyon into Ogden City. The South Fork of the Ogden River, located above the reservoir, a blue-ribbon trout stream, is attractive to fly fishermen. The Monte Cristo Mountains, east of Ogden Valley, feature an extensive network of snowmobile trails. During summer, these mountains provide excellent trails for horseback riding. They are also a favorite area for backcountry camping and hiking.
For over 50 years, Historic 25th Street was like a red carpet welcoming travelers arriving from Union Station. While many people came for business, dining and shopping, plenty frequented houses of ill repute and visited the lively saloons to gamble, drink, brawl and trade ill-gotten gains. For a time, Ogden was a rough city and 25th Street was the roughest part of all. The 25th Street Renaissance began in the 1950s when Mayor Lorin Farr initiated cleanup efforts. In the 1980s, economic reinvestment in the downtown area revitalized the fierce, independent, entrepreneurial heart of the city. Progressive business owners opened shops, land developers built residences and Historic 25th Street is once again a red carpet that welcomes residents and visitors to a vital economic and cultural center. All through the year travelers, guest and residents can find the most unique offerings with live entertainment, special events, shopping, dining, cultural arts and an ambiance to make you feel welcome and comfortable. The Historic District is home to many buildings listed on the National Historic Registry including the Union Station which houses the John M Browning Arms Museum, Utah State Railroad Museum, Browning-Kimball Classic Car Museum other art galleries and attractions. The district is home to many art galleries and hosts the First Friday Art Stroll every month. The Historic 25th Street Business Association are the stewards of the district with over 60 businesses and organizations taking part to support and host world class events. Some of the events that can be found during the year are the Dewtour, Winterfest, Ogden Arts Festival, Farmers Market, Ogden Pioneer Days, Worldwide on 25, Harvestmoon Festival, Witchstock, Christmas Village and more.