Attractions

Enjoy the activities and sites around beautiful Tremonton and Cache Valley, Utah! If you’re just passing through, here on business, or for any reason, there’s something for everyone and for any amount of free time. Take a look at just a few of the attractions close to our Tremonton hotel:

 

Attractions:

Holmgren Historical Farm (1 mile)

The Holmgren Historical Farms & Gardens is located only one mile from the Sandman Motel. Visit the homestead which was established in 1896. The unique design of the barn is credited to David and Wayne Larsen. Visitors are welcome year round.

Bear River Bird Refuge (19 miles)
The Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge encompasses approximately 75,000 acres. It is the largest freshwater component of the Great Salt Lake ecosystem. The refuge lies along the eastern edge of the Pacific Flyway and the western edge of the Central Flyway, making it an important resting, feeding, and nesting area for birds in both flyways. There are 72 species known to nest on the refuge.

Crystal Hot Springs (11 miles)
Crystal Hot springs is located in Honeyville, UT, just 15 minutes from Tremonton, UT. It’s only $6 for adults, $4.50 for children ages 3-12 and senior citizens. The Crystal Hot Springs has mineral pools fed by the natural hot and cold springs and is open year round so stay and enjoy the hot springs.

Box Elder County Fair (1/2 mile)
If you are traveling through Utah around the last week of August, make sure you stick around and visit the Box Elder County Fair. The Sandman is only a half a mile away and is a great place to stay while visiting the county fair. Book your room in advance and enjoy all that Tremonton and the county fair have to offer.

Skyway Golf & Country Club (less than 1 mile!)
Within walking distance of the Sandman Motel, Skyway Golf & Country Club offers 9 holes of golf. Perfect for travelers on a business trip, an on-site restaurant and club rentals are also offered.

Golden Spike National Historic Site (27 miles)
“May 10, 1869 the Union and Central Pacific Railroads joined their rails at Promontory Summit. Golden Spike National Historic Site commemorates this incredible accomplishment of this nation’s first transcontinental railroad.”

American West Heritage Center (27 miles)
“The American West Heritage Center (AWHC) is a non-profit living history museum located in beautiful Wellsville, UT. The AWHC covers 1820-1920 using four Historic Sites: A Shoshone Encampment, Mountain Man Encampment, Pioneer Settlement, and 1917 Jensen Historic Farm.