The primary purposes of the Bountiful Historical Preservation Foundation are to help in the gathering, recording, researching, preserving, archiving and disseminating the history of Bountiful. Our main goal is to provide a suitable museum for all historical information and artifacts of Bountiful, and make them readily available to the citizens of our community, so they may come to know and appreciate the sacrifices of our early pioneers in providing this wonderful community for us to live and raise our families in relative peace and tranquility.
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Explore over 500 miles of trails in Davis County. Get your FREE trail map today at any city office or bike shop in Davis County.
The trail systems in Davis County offer both paved and natural surface trails, mountain trails and lakeshore trails accommodating a wide range of users from bikers and joggers to walkers and strollers. This link provides details on a wide variety of trails within the County.
Davis County’s wide selection of trails (including those on Antelope Island) offers a unique rural/urban quality of life amenity to residents and businesses. Many trails include a great view of the world famous Great Salt Lake and have an abundance of wildlife.
Cities within the County also provide trail systems that access the popular D & RG Rail Trail and the Legacy Parkway Trail.
At this site you’ll find the creative work of artists from northern Utah who’ve combined their energies to run a co-op gallery in the community of Bountiful, just north of Salt Lake City.
The mission of Bountiful Davis Art Center is to engage the community through quality artistic and cultural programs, provide educational experiences and encourage the growth and expression of art.
Here you can attend art exhibitions, art classes, musical events and more.
Built in 2006, The Commons at West Bountiful is a regional retail center located immediately to the East of I-15 between 400 North and Center Street in West Bountiful. The Commons provides shopping alternatives to South Davis County residents and eliminates the need to drive to Layton or Salt Lake City for basic shopping. The Commons has Costco, Lowe’s, PetCo, Deseret Books and Office Depot as its anchors. A nice variety of other, smaller retail stores are available along with many nice eating establishments including Applebee’s, Texas Roadhouse, Mikado, Rumbi Grill, Pei Wei and Paradise Bakery.
Gateway Crossing area is just South of The Commons, and adds more shopping opportunities. In 2016, the home decor retailer At Home opened and compliments the other stores like TJMaxx, Ross, Tuesday Morning and more. Taste of India, McCallisters sandwich shop, and more restaurants are in the area as well.
No. of Holes/Par: 18/71
Total Yards: 6030 yards
Voted as a “Top Value” in the PGA Guide to Travel. This beautiful 18-hole course presents many challenges because of various water hazards and small greens. Course is short enough for the beginner to enjoy. Features a large driving range and practice green. Come enjoy the great mountain views and friendly staff.
No. of Holes/Par: 18/71
Total Yards: 6485 yards
Premier 18-hole mountain golf course with a spectacular view of Great Salt Lake and valley. This scenic course features cascading waterfalls, large greens, and many forms of wildlife. Rated 4-star and “best value” golf course by Golf Digest.
Megaplex Theatres are at the south west area at the junction of Interstate 15 and Parrish Lane in Centerville, UT.
400 North to 500 South in Bountiful visit a variety of locally owned ecletic and specialized stores located in original buildings. Check their calendar for the farmer’s market and other events on Main Street.
CenterPoint Legacy Theatre has easy access from I-15 and is a beautiful state-of-the-art facility. They also offer a black box theatre and children’s acting classes.
Located by Costco, restaurants and other shopping.
No. of Holes/Par: 18/71
Total Yards: 6800 yards
Nestled along the hillside of the Wasatch mountains this course provides a panoramic view of the valley and the Great Salt Lake. Conveniently located just 7 miles north of downtown Salt Lake City. Includes a driving range, snack bar, large reception lounge, plus motorized and pull carts. Accuracy, not distance is the key when playing this links-style course. Reservations recommended.
This family owned business offers tours of their chocolate factory, including samples and a history of the business.
Tours are only $1/person & take about 45 minutes. Call ahead to reserve a tour time: (801) 677-8888
Shop at their storefront full of chocolates & ice cream when you’re through with your tour.
Excellent bird watching and fall waterfowl hunting – over 200 species have been documented.
Stop at the Visitor Center (look for the large white ball-like antenna) and drive out to the dikes, then walk or bike for excellent bird watching opportunities.
Great Salt Lake Bird Festival starts the Thursday after Mother’s Day.
On-line registration and program at http://www.GreatSaltLakeBirdFest.com
- 5 days of guided birding field trips (car, van, boat, kayak, horse-back)
- 1 ½ days of free workshops, vendors, student art show, family/youth activities
- Well-known Keynote Speaker and Dutch oven dinner
High Schools in the Davis School District offer very professional live theater at reasonable prices. Check the web site for fall and spring performances.
Station Park outdoor shopping complex is located in Farmington just west of Interstate 15, on Park Lane. Many stores and restaurants are located there.
CUSTOM TREASURES IN 3 EASY STEPS!
- Pick a piece of pottery from our shelves.
- Design, decorate and doodle, As You Wish!
- In just a few days, your piece will be glazed, fired and ready to pick up.