Information Sign (06/20/2006) A sign explaining the history of this rough and tumble railroad town that decline after rerouting the tracks.
The Hayden Fork of Utah's Bear River starts in the High Uintas and heads North to Evanston. The primary fork of the River starts on East Side of the Wasatch South of Woodruff. The river crosses into Wyoming where it picks up some water from the Salt River Range and turns West in to Idaho. At Bear Lake, the river turns South. It flows through Logan, past Brigham City, through the Bear River National Wildlife Refuge and into the Great Salt Lake.