You're invited! Join KOA for the annual Care Camps Big Weekend Friday, May 11. This year, campers staying at participating KOA Campgrounds as paying guests on Friday, May 11 are eligible to receive a $20.00 night of camping on Saturday, May 12. Funds raised from Saturday, May 12 support the KOA Care Camps Trust which distributes more than $1 million dollars annually to support 125+ medically-supervised summer camps for kids with cancer. Learn more at koacarecamps.org. Making your reservation is easy! Remember, your reservation must include a paid night on Friday, May 11 in order to receive a $20.00 night of camping Saturday, May 12.
Join Us Every Friday & Saturday Night (from June-Sept) for an Ice Cream Social. Take this Yummy chance to come meet your RV Neighbors as you delight and cool off with a Cold & Creamy Treat. Guaranteed to put a Smile on everyone's face.
Rocks, Minerals, Fossils, Jewelry, Display, Educational Exhibits, Hands-On Demos, Supplies, Lots of Vendors & Door Prizes.
Activities for the Kids: Wheel of Fortune, Mystery Bags, Treasure Hunt
In 11 years, the Ogden Music Festival has grown into just the kind of thing you're looking for to start your summer off on a high note, whether its high, lonesome bluegrass or some hot licks on the fiddle. Set in an oasis just minutes from downtown Ogden, Weber County's Fort Buenaventura is Utah's oldest settlement and provides camping, walking and bike trails, the Weber River, and the perfect spot for our growing community of friends of acoustic and Americana music. Working together with the hundreds of artists, vendors, volunteers, sponsors, and logistical teams, it's our collective dream to promote and celebrate Ogden's arts, culture, and natural beauty to residents and visitors, alike. Kids, 16 and younger, are invited to attend the festival for free, with the hope that their experience with live, traditional music performed in an outdoor setting will inspire this next generation to keep these traditions alive. Kids will love the Imagine Music Musical Petting Zoo and other music and outdoor-themed crafts and activities. Generating its own unique culture and spirit, we find that festival goers not only fall [further] in love with their favorite performers and many previously unknown, but also the company and natural environment around them. There's plenty of melodic flavor to go around for all to enjoy during the festival, so be there, take part, get involved, and soak up every last bit of it!
Friday, June 1, 2018 Michelle Moonshine ~ The Lil Smokies ~ Lake Street Dive Saturday June 2, 2018 Brograss ~ Sugar & the Mint ~ The Arcadian Wild ~ Mandolin Orange ~ Molly Tuttle ~ Balsam Range ~ Steep Canyon Rangers Sunday, June 3, 2018 Sugar & the Mint ~ FY5 ~ Mandolin Orange ~ Tylor & the Train Robbers ~ Molly Tuttle
Festival Only - No Camping: 3 Day Pass $60 (until April 16) $70 (Apr 16-May 31) $75 @ gate Single Day Passes will be available April 16
Annual Arts Festival at the Bill of Rights Plaza! Performances, heritage and contemporary artists, quilt and trunk show, and children's games are some of the activities planned for this event! You can bring your lawn chair and sit under the shade of the chestnut trees to enjoy the music, wander around the plaza to see how brooms are made by hand, rugs are woven, and so much more.
The Thunderbirds have the privilege and responsibility to perform for people all around the world, displaying the pride, precision and professionalism of American Airmen. In every hour-long demonstration, the team combines years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the U.S. Air Force is all about.
Fourth of July Celebration at Rees Pioneer Park on Wednesday, July 4th! A full day of fun for the Whole Family, Breakfast, Interfaith Patriotic Program, Teens T-ball, Swimming Pool Open, Horseshoes, The Greg Simpson Concert & FIREWORKS!!!!
It's time to round up family and friends to celebrate Ogden Pioneer Days, which this year is being inducted in the ProRodeo Hall of Fame. Each year we host events ranging from concerts to art strolls to parades. Of course, you can't miss the Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo, an action-packed PRCA event that's been rated one of the best in the country. The rodeo traditionally sells out on high-demand nights — so make sure you get your tickets for assigned seating in advance of the performance. Don't delay — get your tickets today to one (or two or three) nights of the Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo. How to get tickets? It's easy! Go online or go to Pioneer Days headquarters, 1810 Washington Blvd.
The Utah Crossroads Chapter will host the 36th annual OCTA convention at the Ogden-Eccles Convention Center, 2415 Washington Blvd, Ogden, Utah, from August 6-10, 2018. The theme "Rails and Trails - Confluence and Impact on the Crossroads of the West" will be explored through three primary methods: 1) speaker presentations, 2) field trips, and 3) activity/workshops across four general topics: Native American History – the Earliest Crossroads of the West, Transcontinental Railroad, Mountain Men, and Explorers and Emigrants pre-1847. The traditional book room, silent auction, raffles, awards & recognition evening, and music groups will be enjoyed by all. The theme, Rails and Trails - confluence and impacts at Crossroads of the West will be explored through three primary methods: Speaker presentations, field-trips and activity/workshops across 4 general topics:
Exact Dates to be Announced (Should be around the 2nd week/weekend in September)
Dinner-time etiquette discourages the juices of a peach waterfalling down your forearm. Ignore proper table manners during Brigham City's Peach Days and let the juices collectively plummet to the Earth. Sink your teeth into these locally harvested peaches, enjoy live entertainment including a car and motorcycle show, witness two parades barreling around the town and survey the offerings of more than 200 vendors.