Ogden Neighborhood Guide | Utah Real Estate
The city of Ogden is located in northern Utah, about 40 miles north of Salt Lake City. Ogden is far from typical and has been hailed as “the other Utah.” Come and immerse yourself in the unique allure that makes this magnificent high-adventure, natural playground the perfect travel destination. In just one day you can shop the eclectic boutiques and art galleries of Historic 25th Street, plummet down a five-diamond backcountry bowl at Snowbasin Ski Resort, enjoy a sumptuous evening meal at a downtown restaurant, and then settle in for a cozy evening in rustic accommodations in Ogden Valley or amid the excitement of downtown in one of the welcoming rooms our hotels have to offer.
Shops and Restaurants
Historic 25th Street, once home to Prohibition-era speakeasies, is now a shopping and dining hub. The greater Ogden area boasts everything from upscale boutiques and malls to quaint souvenir shops, fine antique stores, and cutting-edge art galleries. Newgate Mall is home to over 85 well-known stores, while a diverse lineup of big box stores can be found just south of the mall along Riverdale Road.
Parks and Recreation
It’s a gateway to ski resorts like Snowbasin, Powder Mountain, and Nordic Valley. George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park features life-size models and a paleontology lab. At the street’s western end, Ogden Union Station houses museums explores trains, cars and cowboy history. Ogden and Weber County has great access to a wide variety of activities for the outdoor enthusiast. There are over 170,000 acres of National Forest land and over 210 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking and 13,000 acres of lakes connected by pristine rivers for paddle-sports and fishing.
In Ogden School District there are 15 elementary schools, 3 Junior High Schools, and 3 High Schools.