Hooper is a city in the state of Utah, with a population estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau to be 8,214. It is part of Weber County, Utah, which happens to be one of Utah's fastest growing counties. Hooper, which is also part of the Ogden-Clearfield, Utah Metropolitan Area was officially established as a Utah city on November 30, 2000.
Hooper, Utah is a city focused primarily on agriculture. Raising animals and cultivating crops including alfalfa, grain, onions, and corn, are among the city's main interests. The residents of Hooper take pride in, and wish to preserve the city's rural feel, which adds to its visual attractiveness. Their focus is in promoting a happy, and healthy environment that all residents can enjoy.
The schools in Hopper, Utah are part of the Weber School District, and there are a number of elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools throughout the city. The closest higher education school is Weber State University, which is only about ten miles away, however, University of Utah, Westminster College, Salt Lake Community College, and Western Governors University are also nearby, located only between thirty and forty miles away
Hooper's local attractions include hiking trails and city parks with playgrounds, bowery, soccer fields, and baseball fields. The city's rodeo grounds and arena are found on Hooper Park and Arena.
While the Hooper is a quiet and more rural city, there are plenty more local attractions only minutes away within the county's limits. Approximately six miles away, in Roy, Utah, is Hill Aerospace Museum, a favorite local attraction for many as it showcases more than ninety aircraft, as well as other vehicles, and equipment of historical interest from all over the world. Ogden River is approximately twelve miles away, and offers fishing, boating, and a number of other water attractions. For thrilling attractions, Snowbasin and Powder Mountain are approximately thirty miles away, and offer skiing, mountain biking, hiking, and even concerts, among other activities.
Hooper, Utah offers a small town's quiet, rural, healthy and happy environment, while also offering a variety of local attractions for everyone only minutes away