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Hike for hours or days along well-trodden trails that litter lofty mountain peaks, improve your swing on a driving range before taking to the fairways for a game of golf, and explore the quaint stores along the main street, picking up knickknacks and souvenirs of this pretty backwater town. Roosevelt, Utah, oozes with charm, and its bustling university campus puts a youthful spring into its tired streets. Cafés and bistros line the sidewalks, next to ancient movie halls and imposing civic buildings, and the trickling of water from Cottonwood Creek can be heard on East Lagoon Street.

Things to see

In the sunburnt terrain of Utah, the Roosevelt Golf Course stands out like a verdant oasis of green. Its perfectly maintained fairways and tees nestle amid pretty copses of trees that offer some protection from the sun. The 19th Hole Food Court eatery offers a menu of casual dining favorites, from juicy hamburgers to the popular golfing classic, the club sandwich. You don’t even have to step onto the grass to practice your swing, this golf course has its own driving range that’s perfect for practicing for an hour or so. The Utah State University Uintah Basin is a regional student campus located in the heart of Roosevelt. Its main buildings are a short stroll from Main Street, where an ancient movie theater spells out the name of the current film in bold black lettering, and summertime blooms spill over the tops of the sidewalk planters. Just north of Roosevelt, the Ashley National Forest covers the lofty peaks of the Uinta Mountains, a dramatic landscape of towering pines, craggy cliffs, and dramatic gorges. It’s home to over 1,000 miles of walking trails that lead visitors to isolated camping grounds, scenic viewpoints, and hollowed basins rich with wildlife.

Hotels in Roosevelt

The sort of hotels in Roosevelt available to visitors are typically middle to low cost discount hotels – there doesn’t seem to be any call for luxury hotels in Roosevelt. Rather, this laid-back Utah town does comfortable really well, and amid its chintzy dollar stores and cheap eateries, the accommodation on offer fits in perfectly. Popular chain hotels have a Main Street presence here, offering overnight facilities that include modern decor, tea and coffee facilities, private bathrooms with tubs as well as showers, and often a tasty complimentary breakfast to set you up for the day.

Where to stay

Roosevelt is a quiet country town, surrounded on all sides by the lofty peaks of intrepid mountains, and the occasionally barren landscape of its outback. It has an old-fashioned air to its streets, reminiscent of the days of early prospecting in the foothills. The bustling Main Street is the focal point of the town, filled end-to-end with brick-built independent stores, discount hotels, local bakeries, and outdoor clothing suppliers.

How to get to Roosevelt

The closest arrivals point for travelers flying to Roosevelt is the Salt Lake City International Airport a few miles to the west. Onward travel is easiest by Greyhound coach or hire car, both of which will take US Route 191 across the state. Once you’re in Roosevelt, the town itself is compact enough to walk around on foot, but if you plan on sightseeing outside its boundaries you might find your own transport beneficial.

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