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Vernal, the largest city in Uintah County, is located in Utah, US. Most of the Utahns symbolize the city with "Dinosaurs." Within the city's proximity is the Dinosaur National Monument and in its heart is the Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum. City servers as a gateway to Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, famous for trout fishing, water sports, and scenic beauty. Steinaker State Park and Red Fleet State Park should be included in the itinerary of boaters and water skiers. Anglers should head to the Blue Ribbon, a well known fly-fishing destination. Visit the Daughters of the Utah Pioneer Museum and the Uintah County Heritage Museum to educate yourself on the history of the region.
Daughters of the Utah Pioneer Museum
Housed in the first tithing office in Uintah County, the museum's building is a rock structure. It was constructed during 1887 by the Uintah Stake of the LDS Church. The museum is known for showcasing historic artifacts from the early settlers and Fremont and Ute Indians. The collection here comprises of pictures, artifacts, and region's history from mid-1800.
Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum
Opened in the year 2004, Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum is the newest dinosaur museum and park in the State. Within its premises is a picnic area, visitor center, and modern restrooms. Nearly 22,000 square foot of the area is covered by new exhibits. There’re life-size replicas of dinosaurs peeking inbooks, puzzles, models, bones, chisels, and lots more.
Flaming Gorge Reservoir
Known for its trophy lake trout, Flaming Gorge Reservoir is a place with countless recreation opportunities. The reservoir is a quite popular attraction in Utah. Visitors here can indulge in boating; house boating, skiing, jet skiing, fishing, water skiing, and other water sports. Here fishing can also be done for Brown trout, kokanee salmon, rainbows, and smallmouth bass.