Top 10 Things To Do In And Around Evanston
Cultural Activites and Events

Cinco de Mayo, the Sagebrush Theater, the Young Musicians Annual Concert Series, and the Annual Celtic Festival are just a few of our annual activities and events.

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Enjoy Annual Community Events

Evanston has many annual events for all seasons. Check out the Chamber’s Calendar of Events for an up to date list of things to do during your visit.

Evanston Is The Perfect Hub For Regional Fun

To the north, in less than 1 hour, you will find Bear Lake Resort

 

To the south, within 20 minutes, you will find the High Uinta Mountains.

 

To the east, within 45 minutes, you will find Fossil Butte National Monument, Fort Bridger Historical Site and the J.C. Penny Mother Store.

 

To the west, within 45 minutes, is Park City, Utah; and Salt Lake City is 70 minutes away.

 

A 90 minute drive will get you to Flaming Gorge Reservoir.

Explore the High Uintas

Mirror Lake Scenic Byway is your pathway to our high mountain backyard playground.

Golf at the Purple Sage

The newly constructed back 9 will make the Purple Sage over 7,000 yards from the tips. Tee it High! Let it Fly!

Outdoor Recreation

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Biking, Snowmobiling, and Cross County Skiing.
Visit open space in and around Evanston that offers unlimited outdoor recreation.

Rodeos and Fairs

Rodeos are held all summer long  with the grand finale, Cowboy Days, held on Labor Day weekend. The Uinta County Fair starts the last week of July and ends the first week in August!

See Historic Downtown Evanston

Downtown offers a variety of shopping, dining, special services and entertainment including Depot Square which is the heart of Evanston.

Shopping

Evanston offers a wide variety of shopping opportunities. From clothing to cars, from antiques to books, you will find it in Evanston!

Visit Bear River State Park & The Bear River Greenway

Walking, running, biking, picnicking, fishing, kayaking, site seeing or relaxing –  you will find it all at Bear River State Park and along the Bear River Greenway.