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First built in 1893 then destroyed by fire in 1925. Rebuilt in 1926 with modern facilities it even had a roller coaster that was advertised to be the highest and steepest in the world. In the 1950 the resort fell into hard times and finally closed. In 1971 someone built a fire in the dance hall and again the resort was ruined. In 1983 four men took on the mission to rebuild the resort. The new pavilion has a fire sprinkler system, from a fresh water pond. It is now totally enclosed and includes a heating and air conditioning system, allowing year-round operation for the first time in 100 years. The new pavilion includes a large dance floor, concessions and a gift shop.

Located 16 miles west of Salt Lake on the south shore of the Great Salt Lake. This resort features beach attractions, rides, halls for concerts, dances, receptions and events of all types throughout the year.

Location: Saltair Drive, Salt Lake City Utah 84102 Telephone 801-250-4400

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