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Dancing Moose Farm offers a haven for travelers in Ogden Valley

By Deann Armes - Special to the Standard-Examiner | Jul 14, 2022
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A yurt at Dancing Moose Farm in Huntsville.
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A sculpture, "Spalding," by a local artist made out of car bumpers greets visitors to Dancing Moose Farm.
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View from the river on-site at Dancing Moose Farm.
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Paddleboarders enjoy the wake-free waters at Causey Reservoir.
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"A Causey with a View," taken at Causey Dam.
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Calm twilight waters at Causey Reservoir.

Causey-goers have probably seen the new yurts off Highway 39 in Huntsville on their way to hit the wake-free waters with their paddle boards and kayaks in tow. More than a convenient place to lay your head in beautiful Ogden Valley, there is more to discover at Dancing Moose Farm.

Just minutes from Causey Reservoir, Dancing Moose Farm offers easy access to the Ogden locals’ favorite spot for paddling, fishing, hiking, rock jumping … making it easy to be the last on the waters in the evening and have it all to yourself first thing in the morning, rare on weekends after 9 a.m.

On-site is a secluded river beach with friendly hosts to show you the way.

Dancing Moose Farm is also an art and ecology center, permaculture farm and a dream come true for Dan Dailey, a local coffee shop owner and “sustainability enthusiast” who acquired the 17.5 acres over 25 years ago and has worked hard to renew the land, together with his family. He loves to share its beauty with visitors.

It is located at 13485 E. Highway 39 in Huntsville.

There are natural handmade soaps and body care products available for purchase.

Read more about this new Ogden Valley destination at dancingmoosefarmut.com.


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