North Ogden, Utah
As a suburb of Ogden City, North Ogden provides a relaxing community that's still close to the hubbub of more populated areas. The area was settled in 1850 by two Mormon pioneer families but soon abandoned it because of conflict with the local Native Americans. Eventually these families returned with more settlers and North Ogden was officially incorporated in 1934. Since then it has thrived as a suburb of the more heavily populated communities to the South such as Ogden and Clearfield. Much of North Ogden is perched on the mountain benches, providing residents with vast views of the mountains and city.
Things to Do
The community is recognized for low crime rates, small businesses, public parks, and friendliness. One of the greatest parts about living in North Ogden is experiencing Cherry Days, an Independence Day celebration. In addition, North Shore Aquatic Center is a highly regarded water park that features a kiddie area, waterslides, a lazy river, splash pad, and a lap pool. North Ogden is just outside of recreation in Ogden City which you can see HERE. The city is also close to outdoor recreation in the Ogden Valley. Ski Snowbasin or take a dip in Pineview Reservoir, both are less than an hour away! Known for it's incredible views across the valley, residents and visitors alike come to North Ogden's bench locations to see fireworks displays and city lights.
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