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Hello, I was wondering if there is anywhere near Park City my Partner and I could go ice fishing? It would have to be a tour or with a guide as we're from
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This page provides some basic facts about Utah. A mini-encyclopedia page about Utah.
Ophir Utah is located 22 miles southeast of Tooele. Once a silver mining boom town, the town’s population … at one time … eventually peaked at 6,000 people.
Ghost towns in Utah are an integral part of the state’s history. And no matter where you go in the state, you’re likely to come across a “ghost town”.
Frisco Utah sprung up out of the western Utah desert in 1876 after silver was discovered nearby. It remains as one of Utah’s most intact ghost towns.
The former Utah mining town of Eureka Utah, now a living ghost town with over 700 residents, is found in the once immensely rich Tintic District.
You have an awesome website (Utah-Travel-Secrets)! As a disabled Vietnam era veteran I may never get to Utah. If I ever do get to Utah, your website will
If this is the first time you’ve visited this site, then the new design changes probably aren’t apparent. But if you’ve visited in the past, I hope you’ll agree the new version is quite a step up.
I'm interested in donating a bench at Silver Lake up Big Cottonwood Canyon in memory of my late wife. It was her very favorite place in all of Utah.
Compare Utah to Texas! Every town in Texas is different. Some are dry, some are damp (beer & wine) others are wet (b, w, mixed drinks). Some wet towns
Utah Travel Secrets is your travel guide to the most beautifully diverse state in the United States written by someone who lives, works, and plays here.
My family and I are planning to visit Utah this summer.My sister lives in Sandy,and is still very new to the area. What are the must sees,must do's???
Can you 4x4 drive to Mercur Utah from Butterfield Canyon?
Can you get to Tooele from Butterfield Canyon 4x4? If so where would you straight from?
Are there boat rentals at Yuba Lake in July?
How are the mosquitos in the Mirror Lake area right now?
Hi, I am renting an RV in October and traveling from Colorado to Moab and surrounding areas. I have never rented an RV and and was wondering if I have
Do any wolfs live near Loa Utah?
We would like to visit the national parks in southern Utah. We will be coming in to Utah on Interstate 80. What is the best way to travel south to the
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1) Millers in Manti is hard to beat. They have a really great bun. 2) Nemos in Escalante is excellent. 3) There is a bacon blue cheese burger in
For over 40 years I have hunted Utah Mule deer with bow and arrow , muzzle loader, and high powered rifles. I have watched it decline and come back and
After taking time from Utah Travel Secrets for an extended period of time, I am back. You can expect to see a whole lot of new and updated material on this site with the brand new design.
The Hogle Zoo, situated at the mouth of Emigration Canyon, has undergone a startling transformation since my family and I first started visiting years ago.
A ski and snowboard exhange so popular, some people come just for the party.
What is walk-in access as it pertains to hunting in Utah? I saw it mentioned recently on a local outdoors TV show. Utah walk-in-access is a program in
When I read about the absolute stupidity and wanton disregard for one of nature’s wonders , involving the destruction by the now-famous Goblin Valley Scout Leaders, I have to just shake my head.
Did you see this? Wow! A Utah state record Tiger Muskie ... one of the biggest fish ever caught in the state ... was caught at Pineview Reservoir on
The Wave Utah is a fragile and wondrous natural masterpiece in southern Utah. But lately, it might be better described as “The Killer Wave”.
Did you know that there was once a town in the middle of the Great Salt Lake? Well, not a town really. A hamlet named Midlake. The most unusual hamlet that Utah has ever produced.
The Potash/Colorado River Scenic Byway gives you an opportunity for some wonderful views of the Colorado River north of Moab. Also see a variety of ancient rock art and even some dinosaur tracks.
A 12-member Utah trade mission to Manila will take place July 15-17, 2013.
Mercur Utah is one of Utah’s most famous ghost towns yet no trace of it exists. It quite literally died and was reborn several times. The town produced more than $16 million of gold ore by 1913.
Utah Utes win the Pac-12 Championship
The Kolob Fingers Road Scenic Byway is a short but fantastic drive a few miles south of Cedar City. It offers the best view available of the “red finger” canyons of the Kolob in southern Utah.
Where can I park for Utah Ute football games? Well, as nice as the stadium is, the parking sucks. There isn’t any unless you’re a Crimson Club member
Rice-Eccles Stadium, Rice Stadium, Ute Stadium. Although the name has changed, the University of Utah football team has played their home games at the same address since 1927.