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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...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,...更多
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.
Love scenery, always have of Ogden Utah They always seem to have a lot of event going on too. Also, they have done a lot of work on buildings, roads and scenery - Its so beautiful and I love to either ride a bike or...更多
Don't get me wrong, I like Fort Buenaventura. It's a fun spot in central Ogden to see a bit of history. The park is nice and it's got a great spot on the river. In addition, the fort itself is fun. Built on the original...更多
The dog park area is really great. The river runs next to the trails and there are a lot of trees! A great place for a walk away from it all and dog friendly.
We visited on the day after a concert of some kind. As we strolled around we found there were little camps everywhere. It was hot and the pond was stagnant. The water wasn't pleasing and we were afraid of mosquitoes. We visited on Sunday, and...更多
We thought the fort would be a good spot to visit on our one day in Ogden. But when we got there, the fort was locked up. The park attendant was too busy on the phone to let us in, so we left without seeing...更多