Wendover: Utah's Last Frontier
Sitting on a vast, contiguous land next to West Wendover in Nevada, Wendover, UT is a small village bordering Utah, home to a little over 1,500 residents. From the completion of telephone services in 1914 to its actual operation 6 months after and from the operation of Western Pacific subsidiary's Deep Creek Railroad in 1917 to its merging with the much bigger Union Pacific Railroad in 1983, Wendover's local government poured all its resources into making sure the town got its fair share of urban development. Despite its efforts, however, this small town maintained its quaint vibe and small-town charm. Rustic accommodations and mom-and-pop diners still decorate its simple downtown area. Visitors heading out to Wendover may easily do so through the Wendover Airport, located just 2 miles away from the city center.
Best Time to Visit
Wendover, Utah's climate is characterized by dry summers and moderate winters. Tourism peaks in July, causing a surge in hotel prices and airfares. The perfect time to travel to this community is between early May and early July when temperatures are in the mid-60s but accommodations are cheaper than rates in July.
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