South Ogden is a city in North Central Utah, located forty miles from Salt Lake City. It's a mid-sized city, with clean and attractive family friendly suburban communities, and it's part of the Ogden-Clearfield Utal Metropolitan Area. Schools in South Ogden are part of the Weber School District, and the student to teacher ratio in South Ogden's schools is 23 to 1.
The U.S. Census from July 1, 2015 estimated South Ogden's population to be 85,444 people. The cost of living in South Ogden is five percent lower than the United States' average.
There are many local attractions within city limits for people of all ages. The Flowrider, the iFly Utah, and the iRock Utah are activities for both children and adults who want to feel the thrill of catching and riding a wave, who want to experience flying in a wind tunnel, and who want to go rock climbing indoor.
For when wanting to learn about, or relive some history, residents can visit the Dinosaur Park, full of exhibits and fun facts, or they can visit Fort Buenaventura, Utah's oldest original settlement. The Hill Aerospace Museum, founded in 1981, is a local attraction on the Northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base, only five miles South of Ogden. For art lovers, each month, the Eccles Community Art Center showcases the work of regional and local artists.
The Ogden Nature Center is a 152 acre nature preserve that is open to everyone for exploration. Among some of the native animal species that can be found in this preserve are birds, snakes, tortoises, and salamanders.
Historic 25th Street is another favorite local attraction among residents and visitors, as it offers a variety of dining and shopping options, theaters, museums, and a Union Station full of colorful history. The New World Distillery produces a small batch of super premium spirits for locals to sample. Although this is a local attraction only adults can enjoy, it's clear that the city of South Ogden, Utah is full of activities residents of all ages can enjoy.