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Tourism creates economic benefit and a positive quality of life for Davis County residents. Located just minutes from Salt Lake City, Davis is Utah’s Amusement Capital with 6 amusement centers, 10 golf courses, over 500 miles of trails, the Great Salt Lake, and Antelope Island—one of Utah’s most scenic state parks. Fuel up for your never-ending adventures at one of 400+ restaurants, then kick back and relax at any of our 22 nationally branded hotels. Whether visitors are here for a business conference, sporting event, overnight getaway or a week-long family vacation, they'll discover endless fun and adventure here in Utah’s amusement capital!


Davis County Tourism and Events sponsors each year several non-profit programs in our community that contribute to our overall visitor economy. Additionally, the Tourism office supports our local communities and non profits through different grant programs that enhance our visitor economy and contribute to the overall quality of life for our residents.

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Davis Conference Center

Imagine a quiet mountain-view destination with all the amenities you need to deliver a successful event at an affordable price. Contact the Davis Conference Center at www.davisconferencecenter.com. Whether you’re hosting meetings, expos, conferences or socials and receptions, you’ll appreciate our incredible catering and banquet facilities, seamless service, state-of-the-art technology and unparalleled convenience.
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Visitor Economic Impact 

The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute estimates visitor spending, tourism-related jobs, and tourism-related tax revenue for all Utah counties annually.

Please note that visitor spending on public transportation, which includes air, rail, public transit, taxi, shuttle, and ride-sharing, is not included in the county profiles due to the lack of reliable data.

Find the 2022 PDF version of Davis County.

View the statewide tourism report.


Davis County Tourism Facilities

Through meetings or sports tournaments hosted in Davis County contribute to a positive quality of life experience and support our local communities and businesses. 

 

Western Sports Park

The new sports campus will be a one-of-a-kind venue in Utah. Nestled between the Great Salt Lake and the rugged Wasatch Mountains, Western Sports Park embraces the toughness, grit, and passion of competition. It encourages participants to dig a little deeper, rise to the occasion, and make a moment.
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Year in Review

In 2020, despite the challenges faced in tourism, the perseverance and patience of the community led to the opening of numerous new businesses in Davis County, including restaurants and stores. Despite lower-than-anticipated year-over-year numbers, participation in the Meet in Utah Grant Program and the success of Antelope Island State Park's visitation contributed to the optimism for continued growth, culminating in the rebranding of Davis County to Discover Davis — Utah's Amusement Capital, showcasing the diverse attractions and adventure opportunities for both locals and visitors. Looking ahead to 2021, the community is eager to embrace the new branding and tackle fresh challenges for further improvement and growth.

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4th grade report information

Are you doing your 4th grade county report on Davis County? Here is information regarding our county.

Davis County is located between Weber County on the north and Salt Lake County on the south, with the crest of the Wasatch Mountains on the east and the Great Salt Lake on the west.

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Tourism Tax Advisory Board (TTAB)

The Davis County Tourism Tax Advisory Board is an advisory board functioning under the direction of the Davis County Board of Commissioners and established under the Utah Code. The board serves for the benefit of Davis County operating within the Davis County Tourism and Events office.

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