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Northwest Region, UT
LandWatch showcases thousands of rural land listings for sale in Utah's Northwest region, including farms, ranches, land for homesites, land auctions and more. Based on recent LandWatch data, Utah's Northwest region ranks third in the state for its combined acres currently for sale. Internal data shows $601 million of rural land listings for sale in Northwest region, an increase over last month in terms of overall dollar value. These land listings cover a total of 28,497 acres of land and other rural acreage for sale in the region. The average price of land and ranches for sale here is $460,541, a 10 percent drop over last month's figures.

Northwest Utah comprises the northwestern corner of the state and borders Idaho to the north and Nevada to the west. Ogden is the largest city in the region, with other large cities being Logan, Tooele, Brigham City and Nephi.

Ogden served as a major railway hub historically, and still handles a great deal of freight rail traffic, making it a convenient location for manufacturing and commerce. As the center of the second largest metropolitan statistical area in Utah, Ogden also serves as an economic hub for Northern Utah. Much of the city is occupied by offices of federal, state, county and municipal government entities. The Internal Revenue Service has a large regional facility in Ogden, and is a large employer in the region with over 5, 000 employees. Weber State University in Ogden and Utah State University in Logan are also large employers in the region, as well as healthcare and a variety of manufacturing, service and processing companies. Agriculture, especially dairy farming, also contributes to the economy. Additional higher education institutions in the region include Utah State University-Tooele, Stevens- Henager College, Bridgerland Applied Technology College, Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College and Tooele Applied Technology College.

There are a number of state and national parks and protected areas in the region. There are four different national forests wholly or partly in the region, which include Cache National Forest, Caribou National Forest, Sawtooth National Forest-Raft River Division and Wasatch National Forest- Vernon Division. Other parks are Hyrum Reservoir State Park and Bonneville Salt Flats State Park. Logan Canyon offers a number of recreation opportunities, including hiking, camping, fishing and canoeing on Tony Grove Lake, rock-climbing, snowmobiling, hunting and skiing. Some other attractions in the region include historic districts and sites in Ogden, Logan National Scenic Byway, Ogden Nature Center, Ott Planetarium, Snowbasin Ski Area, Treehouse Children's Museum, Willow Park Zoo and Logan Caves.

Weber County is located in the northeastern part of Utah's Northwest region and borders the Great Salt Lake to the west and the Wasatch Mountains cover a portion of the county. It is the fourth most populated county in the state. It is named for John Henry Weber, a fur trapper and trader in the area in the 1820s. Ogden is the largest city and the county seat, and other larger cities are Roy, North Ogden and South Ogden. There are nearly 20 other cities, census-designated places, unincorporated communities and one town. Major employers in the county are Weber State University, healthcare facilities, and a variety of manufacturing and processing companies. Weber County features many opportunities for outdoor reaction, with more than 170, 000 acres of national forest, three ski resorts, more than 200 miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking, and 13, 000 acres of lakes connected by beautiful rivers for paddle-sports and fishing. The Ogden River has been recognized as one of the only urban Blue Ribbon Fisheries. Ogden Canyon offers climbing challenges, there are around 10 golf courses, and many campgrounds and RV parks. Some other attractions in the county include Eccles Community Art Center, Fort Buenaventura, built in 1846, George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park, Utah State University Botanical Garden, Hill Aerospace Museum and Historic 25th Street in the heart of Ogden's Historic District, featuring diverse dining, boutique shopping, colorful history and museums, Peery's Egyptian Theatre and a farmers and art market.

Tooele County is located in the middle of Utah's Northwest region and borders Nevada to the west. It is the second largest county in Utah by area. It is also one of the driest counties in the state, with large areas of the Great Salt Lake Desert. Tooele is the largest city and the county seat, Grantsville and Wendover are other cities in the county, and there are more than 10 other towns, census-designated places and unincorporated communities. The landscape of Tooele County features some of the most dramatic and diverse landforms, with 11,000-foot high peaks, an inland sea, verdant valleys, and a mysterious desert with a bizarre expanse of white salt. Primary industries in the county include defense, transportation, communications, trade and services. During World War II, several military installations were built in Tooele County, including Wendover Air Base, an important site for bomber training, and it employed almost 20, 000 people. Today most of western Tooele County is still reserved for military use. Tourism is a major industry in the region, with endless opportunities for exploration and outdoor recreation. Visitors enjoy hiking, biking, camping in the mountains, off-roading in the desert, fishing, hunting, boating, bird watching, golfing and more. It is also rich in Old West history, with a number of historic sites, most notable being Adobe Rock, the first and most conspicuous landmark seen in Tooele Valley, Danger Cave, Donner-Reed Museum, with artifacts from the fated journey of the party forced to abandon wagons and animals in an attempt to survive, Oquirrh Mining Museum, a number of sites on the Pony Express Trail and Utah Fire Museum. It has been known as the "Fastest Place on Earth, and " with land speed racing on the Bonneville Salt Flats and auto and motorcycle racing at Miller Motorsports Park.

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