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We camped at Fort Buenaventura for a family reunion. My family and I are avid mountain campers, so we were not looking forward to camping "in the middle of the city." We were pleasantly surprised to find out how lovely it was there. It did not feel like we were in the city. The campground hosts were so amazing! There... 更多
Took the whole family our 2 granddaughters ages 7 and 5 loved swimming in the river and ridding the canoes. the camp host were very helpful and friendly
Fort Buenaventura is one of those hidden treats that the Ogden area has to offer. Just over the bridge off off 24th street, you will find Fort Buenaventura, with its base ball park, trails, camping sites, a pond and a whole lot of history.
I have gone here for a day picnic, music festivals, 5ks, mountain men rendezvous and who knows what else. It is a great venue! The grounds are very well kept and clean.
We felt like we were the only ones there because we had our own area right by the river. Nice bowery with electricity and water. We rented all four canoes on the pond for an hour for $20. The kids rode their bikes all around and played at the playground. Checked out the visitors center and the fort. Great place... 更多
We visited Fort Buenaventura when Salt Wars was going on over Memorial Day Weekend 2016. People were dressed for the event and were having a wonderful time. There were lots of people there. We also enjoyed seeing the lake and the fort. Fort Buenaventura was the first permanent settlement by people of European descent in the Great Basin in 1846.... 更多
I went here on a Saturday in May and we had the place virtually to ourselves. There is canoe rental at $5 an hour, fishing, camping ($17), and a cute little shop where you can buy replicas of items that were sold when the fort was operational. So if you are into reenactments this would be a good stop. The... 更多
We walked around this park for a little bit while waiting for Yeti fest to start. The trails were nice, but there wasn't much to see or do that we noticed. It very well may have been the time of year we were there, too, though.
My first visit was to participate in a rendezvous in 1989. So much fur trade era history and the role that the Ogden and Weber Rivers played. They have a Traders' Row open to the public on Saturdays.