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Brigham City

BEAR RIVER BIRD REFUGE   |  Marc Piscotty
  • Weather: Sunny, 56F

The northbound highway corridor seems too narrow on the approach to Brigham City, Utah. The jagged mountain range creeps closer from the east while the open lands of the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge close in from the west. Few cities of the Wasatch Front feel as "nestled" as Brigham City. Its Main Street archway proclaims "Gateway to the World's Greatest Wild Bird Refuge," and welcomes visitors to an historic main drag that also serves as part of a base camp to year-round adventure and vast tranquility of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest and the nation-transforming Golden Spike National Historic Site.

You'll instantly notice Brigham City's small town feel, despite bigger city amenities like comfortable and affordable hotel rooms, deluxe suites, and beautiful golf courses. Brigham City has many historic buildings, including a dignified, pillared courthouse with a clock in its dome, a Mormon Tabernacle and the classic 100-year-old Capitol Theater.

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