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Top Six Reasons to Live in Brigham City, UT

  • As its name implies, Brigham City is named after pioneer Brigham Young, who founded the town in 1853. With a population of 18,454, Brigham City boasts an attractively temperate climate of January highs just above freezing and July highs below 90. Brigham City is a close-knit community with plenty of small-town charm. It's also home to the world headquarters for ATK Thiokol, the manufacturers responsible for the solid rocket boosters used in the space shuttle.

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  • Wild West history! Brigham City is especially appealing to lovers of Wild West history, thanks to its many well-preserved landmarks. One of the most popular is the Davis Fort, an 1851 pioneer site that's open daily for self-guided tours. Another popular landmark is the William Knudsen Log Cabin, an 1856 structure in Pioneer Park that was one of the area's first homes.
  • Festivals galore! The biggest festival of the Brigham City calendar is Peach Days, an annual September event on Main Street that celebrates the city's most popular homegrown product. Another yearly highlight is the Heritage Arts Festival, a crafters' show held every summer in Bill of Rights Plaza.
  • A great place for tee time! Golfers flock to Brigham City because of its excellent courses, including Eagle Mountain, an 18-hole, par 71 course that's open to the public. Another favorite is Sherwood Hills Golf Course, a nine-hole course with a stunning mountain backdrop.
  • Fantastic, affordable rentals! Around South 425th Street, a roomy four-bedroom house with beautiful mountain views can list for less than $1,300 a month. Likewise, in the southern section of 800 Street, it's possible to find a spacious 1,300-square-foot, three-bedroom apartment for less than $700 a month.
  • Homes for sale in beautiful neighborhoods! Just about anywhere you look in Brigham City, there are beautiful mountain views practically on your doorstep. Plus, housing prices are amazingly affordable, with median house sale prices at around $149,900. For rent to own houses and bargains under $100,000, check out the area around Hacienda Circle, which boasts a number of ranch-style properties for sale. Likewise, the area around 400 Street has an attractive selection of spacious four and five-bedroom homes.
  • Magnificent parks and nature preserves! Don't miss Bear River Migratory Refuge, a protected wildlife habitat with beautiful scenic vistas. There's also Unita-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, which provides plenty of opportunities for boating, camping, hiking, and fishing.