Brigham City is a very attractive and well kept town of 17,000 people. Its Mormon Box Elder Tabernacle is one of the most beautiful structures in the state and the restored Brigham City Depot is also quite handsome. Near town are several interesting stops, including the ATK Thiokol Propulsion Space Shuttle Rocket Display and the Golden Spike National Historic Site, where the final spike in the first transcontinental railroad was driven.
Brigham City's historic resonance is matched by its outdoor vibrancy. The small Mantua Reservoir is a nice stop for a little swimming and sailboating, but Willard Bay State Park and its massive stretch of water is the main draw for lake lovers. Brigham City also has fine inns, including historic ones, and plenty of restaurants, from drive-ins and fast food to sit-down dining. Rentals and convenience stores are also readily found in Brigham City.
Brigham City is located on Highway 89 a few miles off I-15. It is 55 miles north of Salt Lake City and 25 miles southwest of Logan.
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