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Walking Tour

Park the car. You don’t need it to see a lot of amazing things in downtown Ogden. A comfortable pair of walking shoes or a cruiser bike, and these self-guided walking/bike tours of Ogden’s iconic historical districts, can give you a fascinating look at an enchanting city.

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Historic 25th Street

Historic 25th Street

If the walls on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street could talk, you’d hear words ranging from “notorious” to “crown jewel.” Enjoy a self-guided walking tour amongst 15 of the most iconic buildings of this unique district.

Ogden Trails

Ogden Trails

Ogden's trail system offers nature-centric exploration along a collection of 75 miles of urban, foothill and high-mountain trails.

Jefferson Avenue Historic District

Jefferson Avenue Historic District

The Jefferson Avenue District, often called the “Trolley District,” is home to some of the most unique residential architecture anywhere in Utah. This self-guided tour provides a bit of background on 15 of these beautiful homes.

Eccles Avenue Historic District

Eccles Avenue Historic District

At one point in Ogden’s vibrant history, it boasted more millionaires per capita than any other city in the U.S. This brief, self-guided walking tour highlights many of the families that built Ogden...and much of the American West.

“Trails to Pioneer Days”

“Trails to Pioneer Days”

“Trail to Pioneer Days” is an art extravaganza that features life-size fiberglass horses. The horses have been sponsored by Ogden’s committed individuals and businesses and designed by some of our area’s most talented artists.

Paranormal Ogden

Paranormal Ogden

Ogden is a city full of spookie and scary ghost stories. Use this map to go on an adventure and see what you can find out about Ogden's past and parts of the past that might still be here!

High Adventure Recreation Map

High Adventure Recreation Map

Camping, hiking, boating, skiing, fishing, mountain biking. Why limit yourself to one adventure when you can have it all, here in Ogden.

Ogden City Parks

Ogden City Parks

Did you know Ogden has 40 public parks? From ball fields and sports courts to turf grass and gardens, the public has access to a variety of outdoor recreation through our city parks. While we have traditional parks where you will find playgrounds and picnic shelters, we also have parks that offer something a little unique like kayaking, skateboarding, fishing and even live theater. If you're looking for a place for a family reunion, wedding, or event considering reserving a park pavilion. www.ogdencity.com/parks

Christmas Village

Christmas Village

Welcome to Christmas Village! Christmas Village illuminates Ogden's downtown area with magnificent displays and over 700,000 holiday lights every year from the Saturday after Thanksgiving through January 1. Spectators find themselves in a dazzling winter wonderland set aglow with Christmas lights and a unique setting of cottages modeled after Santa's village a the North Pole.

Classic Recration

Classic Recration

Need to blow off a little steam, do some networking or keep up with your routine? Pick from a number of Ogden's classic recreation facilities. Play tennis, go for a swim, skateboard or roller blade, ice skate or golf at any one of Ogden's prime recreational locations.

Public Art Tour

Public Art Tour

Brightly colored arches, spray painted murals, metal art, statues, sculptures, and more!