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Davis County Where Business Meets Adventure W


ITH THE MAJESTIC WASATCH Mountains to the East and the beaches of Antelope Island to the West, Davis County (Utah) offers the adventure and scenic beauty of the great American West cou- pled with the amenities of a large city — the ideal backdrop for unforgettable meetings.


On Antelope Island, visitors can take a horseback ride along the


beach, float in the saltwater lake, or enjoy a hike with views of wild- life, including antelope and bison. Ten area golf courses suit golf enthusiasts of all levels, and in the winter, visitors can experience the “Greatest Snow on Earth” at one of the area’s 10 ski resorts, all less than an hour away. At the heart of Davis County’s conference amenities, the recently


expanded Davis Conference Center offers a total of more than 70,000 square feet of meeting space, all on one convenient level. In addi-


tion to a 12,000-square-foot ballroom, the facility now fea- tures an 18,000-square-foot exhibit hall and more than 11,000 square feet of contigu- ous meeting and prefunction space. Davis County, in all, offers 1,700- plus guest rooms, 550 of which are within walking distance of the Davis Conference Center. The most recent addition, the new 107- room Home2 Suites by Hilton, is directly across the street. And out of the area’s 340 restaurants, 90 are within walking distance of the conference center. n


For more information: Davis Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, (888) 777-9771; www.Davis.travel.


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