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Woodruff is a small incorporated town in Rich County, Utah. It was established in 1870 and in 1872, received its first post office which has been in service ever since. The town was named after the fourth president of the Mormon Church, Wilford Woodruff, who often passed through town on his way to visit family and would stop to visit before moving on. The town was anxious about Utah's efforts to be granted statehood, and so on January 4, 1896, the town rang its church bell for five full minutes upon hearing that its efforts had succeeded. The town was granted incorporation in 1933. In 1930, it received its first power lines; this event was closely followed by its first power outage which was the result of everyone wanting to use electricity at the same time.

Search for an RV in Rich County, and you can choose from a large selection of quality vehicles perfectly suited to traveling in the state of Utah. There are a few other notable towns that have something to offer. Logan has a rich arts culture, with opera, ballet, community theater, and other art forms being celebrated throughout the year. Coalville's streets are not aligned to true north like most other Mormon settlements in Utah; Main Street in Coalville runs north-northwest. Ogden has been an important railway hub for most of its existence and still sees a large amount of rail traffic today. Tremonton was originally named “Tremont” at the request of German settlers who had joined the Mormon and Protestant settlers already there; it was renamed “Tremonton” to avoid being confused with Fremont in central Utah. Your Woodruff travel trailer rental is your invitation to enjoy all that Utah has to offer.

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The Great Outdoors

Box Elder Peak is an undisturbed hiking area in Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest that is rated difficult. Hikers can view the peak for almost the entire hike duration; the last section of the trail is almost vertical. The peak has one main trail and a number of unmarked trails; visitors can also see a variety of wildlife such as elk, mule deer, and mountain goats. It is open year-round but best attempted between March and October. There is some hunting on the mountain, and the paths are open for dogs and horseback riders.

Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge was created in 1928 in response to significant losses of marsh area and a botulism epidemic that killed off huge numbers of birds. Today the park is a combination of marsh, alkali mudflats, upland regions, and open water, supporting more than 200 species of birds; almost one-third of the bird species nest within the park. Visitors can enjoy watching American avocets, white-faced ibis, and migrant tundra swans. It is a perfect destination for wildlife and nature photography; hunting and fishing are allowed with the appropriate licenses. A self-guided auto tour route divides the park and allows for additional nature viewing, a perfect activity for your Woodruff RV trailer rental.

Antelope Island State Park is a wildlife and nature preserve with some allowed recreational activities. Guests can go hiking, mountain bike riding or horseback riding on the miles of park trails while enjoying the scenic views of the island and lake. Camping is allowed, and there are sandy beaches where visitors can swim in the salty lake; history buffs will want to visit the Fielding Garr Ranch. Refuge species include bison, antelope, bighorn sheep, and other desert species, while millions of birds gather along the island shores. Certain areas are restricted to allow the birds to nest undisturbed.

RV Parks

There is a multitude of RV parks and campgrounds near Woodruff, and some of them may have mobile homes. Your Woodruff RV rental is all you will need to have an enjoyable vacation no matter where you choose to stay.

Traveland RV Park is an open RV campground with some trees and grass areas, paved roads, showers and laundry facilities, and much more. There is a children's playground and a volleyball court. Individual sites have full hookups and pull-through access.

Exploring The City

There are a number of things to do in the area surrounding Woodruff, but some of them are farther out. Visitors should start with a visit to the Wilford Woodruff Home; his log cabin home is an impressive display of what life was like for early settlers. Visitors can also take their Woodruff campervan rental for a spin on the Oregon Trail Scenic Byway, a road that follows the historic Oregon Trail from Star Valley, Idaho to Bear Lake, Utah, and try to imagine what following that route in a covered wagon with no paved roads would have been like (this may be difficult to do in your home-on-wheels).

When it is time to recharge after a day of adventure, there are a number of dining establishments near Woodruff. One local diner is attached to a motel and has a limited menu, but guests can choose between sitting in the dining room or at the bar. It has a breakfast buffet that is more than just a continental breakfast. Diners eating here should try the chicken-fried steak and mashed potatoes. A small deli has salads and sandwiches, burgers, and all of your favorite comfort foods. Portions are large so expect to take your leftovers home to your Woodruff luxury RV rental for a late-night snack.

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