About Tooele County Utah
Tooele County is the second biggest county in Utah. It gives its residents an excellent quality of life with natural wonders, lots of outdoor activities, and friendly people.
Tooele County Education
The Tooele County School District is committed to excellence in several areas including student achievement, the climate in the schools, open communications, and more. For higher education, students can attend Utah State University Tooele. Students have access to Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs.
Things to Do in Tooele County Utah
Tooele County is the second largest county in Utah. It offers many outdoor activities and it’s a hot bed of historical attractions. Here are just some of the things you can enjoy in Tooele County.
- Scuba Diving/Snorkeling. If you love to snorkel or scuba dive, but you don’t always have time to head for the ocean, visit the Bonneville Seabase. It’s a saltwater lake right in Tooele County. You can scuba dive and snorkel among a fascinating array of beautifully colored saltwater fish.
- Fishing. The County regularly stocks most of the reservoirs scattered in the County. The best catches are trout and bass.
- Hiking. You can climb to the top of the 11,000-foot Deseret Peak. The view from the top is truly breathtaking. If mountains aren’t your preference, there are many other hiking trails in the area.
- Hunting. Tooele County’s mountains, valleys, and deserts are home to many different types of wildlife. You can hunt big game like elk and antelope. Or, hone your skills at snagging turnkeys, geese, pheasant, and even chukar partridges.
- Motorsports. If you have a need for speed, you’ll really like the Utah Motorsports Complex. You’ll be able to see both car and motorcycle challenges, or you can try your hand at the Kart Center.
- Exploring. Ever wonder what the salt flats look like? Visit the Bonneville Salt Flats to find out. You can watch speed racing or explore the landscape that includes desert, plateaus, and caves. Enjoy a bit of history when you visit the Pony Express Trail. SUVs are welcome to cover the 75 mile trail. Just remember to take water, food, and a spare tire! There are no services along the trail.
Tooele County has something for everyone, from activities to the type of houses for sale in Tooele County Utah that catch your eye. Berna and Chris Sloan have the expertise and local knowledge to guide you through the home buying or home selling process. You can reach Berna Sloan at 435-840-5029, or Chris Sloan at 435-840-5031. And, you can always send an email. They’re ready to welcome you to Tooele County.