Centerville is a city in Davis County, Utah, United States. It is part of the Ogden-Clearfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 15,335 at the 2010 census. It is located adjacent to the easternmost part of the Great Salt Lake.
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5 based on 82 reviews
Well designed to fit all ages. Shopping is varied, food is balanced for selection, and it has a nice vibe. Relax and people watch, or enjoy outdoor dining in the summer. The big thing, always feels safe to walk anywhere in Station Park.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We attended a production at Centerpoint theater which was held in the Leishman Performance Hall, as opposed to the larger Barlow Theater. The performance itself was very good and I had no complaints about any of that. The seats aren't typical theater seats, they are stacking chairs that you'd find in a church or banquet hall. They're pretty uncomfortable. I don't know if the show we saw was much cheaper than seats in the Barlow hall because they were a gift. If I were to go back, I'd pay whatever extra was required to see a show in the larger theater.
5 based on 41 reviews
TRAX PowerSports of Bountiful is the premier choice for access to the greatest PowerSports equipment available today. Whether you are wanting to hit the trails on our state-of-the-art ATVs, Side by Sides, Motorcycles, and Snowmobiles, or would rather play on the water with the best in Personal Watercraft (Jet Skis) and Boats, TRAX PowerSports of Bountiful has the equipment for you!
We rented a couple of RZR side by sides in April '16 to head down to the San Rafael Swell for a spring weekend get away. The machines were in excellent condition, well taken care of and made our weekend so much more pleasurable. Todd...MoreChris, Thanks for the kind words. We are in business to accomplish what you just did; create unforgettable memories for you and your family. We appreciate your business and look forward to seeing you again.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
We've enjoyed their services for years. Whether it is either of the pools (kids to competition), the weight rooms, cardio equipment, tracks, or the many classes, this is a nice gathering place for the family, and excellent location for a friendly workout. We've not tried the ice rink, but there are folks regularly there.
3.5 based on 7 reviews
This is an update to a review we did almost two years ago when we rated this course low for their poor customer service. We can report that on this outing, Lakeside had vastly improved their customer service, and the course in general, was improved. The biggest difference was inside, where we encountered Verla, this wonderful women running the pro shop. She is the perfect roll model that every other golf course should study. She was extremely efficient in the way she checked us in and in the way she managed the play; all while being very warm and friendly. It is the type of treatment that makes you feel appreciated and want to comeback and play again. Lakeside is lucky to have a staff member like Verla. The course itself has also been improved. They have removed a lot of the thick weeds and bushes that lined the streams and lakes and overall maintenance has been improved. This is not a challenging golf course and the design is a result of being built in phases over the years, so there is a mixture of hole design types (and green types). However, what is here is being maintained well and was a fun course to play the day we were here.
4 based on 603 reviews
Lagoon is one of the only family owned amusement parks left in the country. With over 60 thrilling rides, 40 challenging games, live entertainment, a beautiful water park, the largest "kiddie land" of any amusement park in the nation, Pioneer Village, and the Campground, Lagoon offers something for everyone to enjoy.
We enjoyed the old rides including the wooden roller coaster, swings, and merrigoround. The new rides, Pioneer village, and the Lagoon A Beach are a must as well.
Come early, but be prepared for pricy parking and expensive food. Plan on all day to venture, and try to take advantage of Bounce back specials.
Tons to do but don't forget the train ride to their little Zoo.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
As the Utah state museum of natural history, this top attraction provides an introduction to the science in Utah's remarkable landscape! With engaging exhibits and over 5,000 artifacts on display, the Museum features Utah's paleontology discoveries, fascinating gems and minerals found world-wide, preserved artifacts from Utah's prehistoric peoples, and stories told by the five Native nations that lie within the state's boundaries. Journey to the top of a three-story indoor Canyon. Wander through Utah's dinosaurs and animal life. Interact with earthquakes, erosion, and our Digital Globe to discover how the earth's surface and the Great Salt Lake have changed over time. Enjoy breath-taking views from our observatory deck. Hike the Bonneville Shoreline trail. Experience natural history as only Utah can reveal it. Enjoy beverages, lunch or a snack at the Museum Cafe. Shop the Museum Store for unique jewelry and gift items influenced by nature's design. Visitors with young kids will enjoy Our Backyard, an intimate, discovery-based environment that invites our pre-school visitors to experience natural history first hand!
We spent 4 hours there, and it was worth the trip. We started at the special exhibition of Nature's amazing machines, flight, body cooling and warming, walking, lifting etc. Interactive displays for kids and adults, and all the displays still worked. We stopped by their Life Section and enjoyed the Tree of Life digital display, the dinosaurs and the large mammal skeletons, and gems. There are 4 levels with all sorts of different exhibits, something is sure to tickle your fancy.
4 based on 50 reviews
The park is quite small compared to other water parks, but is very well maintained, with clean bathrooms (I was VERY impressed by this as most water park restrooms are nasty). There are grassy areas all over the park with plenty of chairs for everyone. Also, parking is free and so are the tubes for the lazy river and water slides. You can bring your own food in the park, which is pretty nice. This was our first time visiting as a family and definitely not the last one. We had a great experience.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
I visited the Lost and Found Antiques shop last month to see what they had. The owner greeted us and was very nice. This shop has a few larger pieces, but the majority of antiques are Knick knacks and such. The prices are reasonable, and I think there is something for everyone! A great local antique shop!
4 based on 1 reviews
Planet Beach is a revolutionary new spa concept where at the touch of a button you get a private spa experience at a fraction of the cost of a traditional day spa!
Had a Groupon for several visits here. Customer service was good, seemed to forget about you sometimes. Spa treatments were all done very professionally and were very enjoyable.
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