The Ogden Raptors, a Pioneer Rookie League team of the Los Angeles Dodgers, play at Lindquist Field, which was built in 1997. Seating capacity is 4,015. It was a hot 97 degree late afternoon game. The Raptors were playing the Idaho Falls Chukars and were quickly out of contention after the Chukars scored eleven runs in the first three innings. The box score was Chukars R-18, H-20, E-0 and Raptors R-7, H-9, E-3. The field lines are RF-335', RC-350', C-387'-390', LF-335'. Great deck area in left field call the Tar Pit to watch the game. Oggie is the mascot. When the grounds crew came out to do a mid-inning drag of the infield they were dress in drag. Great views of the Wasatch Mountains from the park. The Chukar pitcher shown is Blaine Hardy from our hometown area. He went to Edmonds-Woodway High School graduating in 2005. The rest of the Chukar bullpen is shown.
Dinosaur Park is an exciting collection of creatures from prehistoric crawlers, to predators, to marine animals, and flying reptiles. More than one hundred dinosaur sculptures fill the park. The realistic full-sized sculptures are based on actual fossil skeletons, and are brought to life by robotics, artistic details and a state-of-the-art sound system. March-November. Fee.

The Golden Spike National Monument is the spot where the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroads met on May 10, 1869. The Visitor's Center and Museum, open daily 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, includes a substantial collection of railroad memorabilia and in the summer months, visitors can view the replicas of the two engines, Jupiter and #119. It is located 35 miles west of Brigham City on US 83 at Promontory Summit. Vehicle, all passengers Fee.

The Hill AFB Aerospace Museum has a large number of vintage aircraft and missiles on display. The museum site is just east of exit 341 on I-15, the Roy entry gate to Hill Air Force Base. Free.