Welcome to Western Inn of Tremonton! Nestled in Northern Utah, just east of Logan and a little more than an hour north of Salt Lake City, you’ll find us at the junctions of I-15 and I-84. Tremonton is a welcoming area which boasts a full 4 seasons of fun! We’re a quick drive from many of Northern Utah’s finest attractions!
Make Us Your Vacation Home Base
Guests often use our motel as their launching point for adventure, returning each evening for a full night’s rest before heading out to another attraction the following morning. Be sure to ask about our extended stay options, so you can enjoy all the area has to offer!
Take in Local Attractions
Breathe the Fresh Air!
Here in Tremonton, we love our fresh air and sunshine! Be sure to take in our many opportunities to fish, golf, hike, or ride bicycle on our many trails. You’ll enjoy wide open skies, beautiful sights, and an abundance of wildlife and birds.
Golden Spike Rodeo
Tremonton is the home of Utah’s oldest rodeo, Golden Spike Rodeo, located at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds. Held each year in August, Golden Spike features everything from bronc riding to mutton busting, as well as rodeo royalty and entertainment.
Golden Spike National Historical Park
We’re a short drive from Golden Spike National Historical Park, which celebrates the completion of the first Transcontinental Railroad. Here you’ll find the point at which Leland Stanford drove the 17.6-karat gold ﬁnal spike joining the Central Pacific Railroad and the first Union Pacific Railroad in 1869.
Crystal Hot Springs
Crystal Hot Springs park is the perfect place to take advantage of the area’s invigorating hot mineral pools. This affordable attraction is a great value for families.
ATK Rocket Garden
You don’t want to miss ATK Rocket Garden in Tremonton! Discover nearly 40 diﬀerent examples of military and space supersonic hardware in this outdoor display, including a solid fuel rocket booster for the Space Shuttle.
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge
Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge lies along the eastern edge of the Pacific Flyway and the western edge of the Central Flyway. This renders it an ideal area for birds from both flyways to rest, feed, and nest. 200+ species of birds use the refuge, and of those, 67 species nest there.