Tooele, Utah (pronounced too-el-ə) is a town 30 minutes west of Salt Lake City with a population just over 22,000 people. There are many unverified explanations of where the name “Tooele” came from. It is thought to have come from the old Ute Indian word for tumbleweed, or the Goshute word for “bear”, or maybe the Spanish word of Aztec origin, meaning “bulrush.”
You may be thinking that with originating names like tumbleweed or bear that Tooele is a deserted city, but there are many fun activities designed for everyone, such as:
The Miller Motorsports Park: A world-renowned racetrack that is home to Utah’s first Nascar race. With a 4.5-mile long course, 24-turn layout and speeds up to 200 miles per hour, this is definitely a sight to see. There is also go-cart racing available.
The Bonneville Salt Flats: World records speeds are set here stretching over 30,000 acres. This world famous destination has multiple visitors, filmmakers and high-speed auto racers.
Skydiving / Scuba diving: If you enjoy the air, Tooele County is one of the few places in Utah where skydiving is allowed. If you enjoy the sea, there is warm water scuba diving and hundreds of colorful tropical salt-water fish.
There is also multiple canyons and outdoor recreation for the outdoor enthusiast or museums and monuments for the history guru.
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