Local Area Guide: Things to do / Activities / Attractions
Welcome to a world of adventure in the beautiful upper Ogden Valley of Utah. Our Valley is comprised of the three small hamlet communities of Eden, Huntsville and Liberty. Wolf Creek Utah Resort is located in the quaint city of Eden and Moose Hollow sits on Fairway #2 of Wolf Creek Utah Golf Course within the resort.
Beyond the Ogden Valley, Utah abounds with all kinds of adventures and experiences to be celebrated!
Swimming pool complex with regular pool, kiddie pool, in-ground spa, dry sauna, picnic area with table and charcoal grill.
Picnic areas adjacent to the pool complex. Two areas that each have several tables that can seat 6-8 people each. Large charcoal grill. These areas can be reserved. Summertime you'll need to bring your own canopies
Sand volleyball court.
Ponds, streams, waterfalls with paved walking trails throughout the community. Gather stray golf balls along Fairway #2 also perfect for your morning walk or a nature hike with little ones.
3,000 sq. ft. Clubhouse which is available for reservations, capacity 120.
Lower level of the Clubhouse is a small exercise facility and game room.
Game Room - Ping-pong, air hockey, foosball, and double-shot.
Multi-seasonal resort offering a variety of terrific experiences
Wintertime – Welcomes snow sports of all kinds including skiing, snowboarding, snow kiting, and Trikke Skking. Powder Mountain, at 7,000 acres, is one of the largest resorts in the United States. Great value, short lines, variety of unique experiences.
Summertime – Safari’s aboard rugged outdoor vehicles. Special events such as the Annual Monster Energy Powder Mountain Motocross in August
Multi-seasonal upscale resort offering a variety of awesome experiences
Wintertime – Home to several ski events during the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. Very classy with good value plus terrific terrain.
Summertime – Beauty and adventure abound!
Live Music, BBQ and Picnics in Wildflower Meadows, Sundays • Dining Options and Venues for Meetings, Weddings, and Retreats
Other Amenities and Adventures Throughout The Upper Ogden Valley
Dining options include Carlos & Harleys, Eats of Eden, Alpine Pizza, Mad Moose Café, Pat's Snack Shack and the restaurant at the new Powder Mountain Valley Lodge . In the Canyon: The Oaks, Gray Cliff Lodge Restaurant, The Greenery Restaurant
Eden Park, Huntsville Park
Free Spirit Holistic Mountain Spa
Hiking, biking, and equestrian trails throughout the Valley
Hot Air Balloon Rides
River Adventures such as fishing, fly fishing, kayaking, tubing
Geo-caching • Scenic Drives including historic attractions
Huntsville Trapper’s Monastary
Shopping: Chic Style Clothing, Planet Rainbow, Rainbow Garden’s Gift Shop
Special events such as the Balloonfest, Xterra National Championships, Mountain to Metro, Ogden Valley Triathlon
The first transcontinental railroad in the United States was ceremoniously completed on May 10, 1869. Union Station welcomed the world into Ogden for over 50 years, and Historic 25th Street rolled out before it like a red carpet.
Historic Attractions including: Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum, Historic Union Station, Hill Aerospace Museum, Fort Buenaventura, Peery’s Egyptian Theatre, Roy Historical Museum
Shopping Attractions including: Aaron Lily Antiques, Artist’s & Heirlooms, Needle Point Joint, Trends & Traditions, Grandma’s Closet, Smith & Edwards, and more….
Entertainment: George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park, Ogden Amphitheatre, Roy Aquatic Center, Terrace Plaza Playhouse, The Ice Sheet, Treehouse Children’s Museum, Wiseguys Comedy Club, Ogden Nature Center plus * The Salomon Center featuring: Fat Cats (mini-golf, bumper cars, arcade), Flowrider (simulated surfing pool), I-Fly (simulated sky diving tunnel), I-Rock (52 ft. rock climbing wall), 13 Megaplex Theatre
Spas & Fitness
Dining: Jeremiah’s Restaurant, Rickenbackers Bistro, Yu’s Maple Garden, Melina’s Fine Mexican Food, Prairie Schooner, Timbermine and many more…
Coffee Shops, Clubs & Pubs: Grounds For Coffee, Mountain Perk, Starbucks Coffee Co.; Andy’s Lounge, Brewski’s, The City Club, Diamond Lounge, The Outlaw Saloon and many more….
Special Events: Such as the Ogden Marathon, Xterra National Championships, Harvest Moon, Mountain to Metro, Kayak Rodeo, Freedom Ralley, 24th of July Pioneer Days
Historic 25th Street has experienced a renaissance in the past few years and has once again emerged as a vital economic and cultural center with a promising future.
Several historic attractions, shopping, entertainment, art galleries, spas, outfitters, and and dining can be found on Historic 25th Street. Some dining includes: Peddlers Restaurant, Artisan Grille, Bistro 258, Roosters 25th St. Brewing Co., The Athenian, Union Grill, La Ferrovia Restaurant, Shin Sei Susi Bar, and more…
Monte Cristo (just 9 miles east of Red Cliff). Trailhead for interlinking trail system of three snowmobile complexes which include over 200 miles of groomed trails. For those who prefer powder, the groomed complexes provide access to thousands of acres of high-mountain bowls. The trail system is open for ATV riding during most of the year.