Wendover is a scenery town on the border of Nevada and Utah along Interstate 80.

Landmarks Edit

Wendover is a town in two states and time zones and is the sister city to other Utah border towns St. George Utah and Evanston Wyoming.

Wendover has many casinos but all of them are on the Nevada side since gambling, online gaming, the lottery, and everything vice is banned in Utah by its pro LDS government.

Wendover is located near the Bonneville Flats in the Great Salt Lake Desert, where many land speed races were preformed and world records set. A pedestrian bridge connects the two rest areas and the weigh stations to the east of town so tourists can cross over the freeway to an overlook on the north side to view the flats.

The Tree of Utah can be seen on the north side of the freeway just as you come into Wendover from the east.

Wendover was where the bombers Enola Gay and Bockscar [sic] were based before they took off to bomb Japan in WWII. You can see their hanger on the south side of the freeway as you come into Wendover from the east.

Features Edit

Wendover is home of Heart's Travel Center which has its own casino.

Connections Edit

See Also Edit

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Cities Cedar City - Logan - Moab - Ogden - Price - Provo - Salina - Salt Lake City - St. George - Vernal

Suburbs: Garfield - Herriman - Magna - Orem - Roy - Sandy - Spanish Fork - West Valley City

Scenery Towns: Bluff - Brigham City - Cove Fort - Crescent Junction - Delta - Duchesne - Fort Duchesne - Heber City - Hildale - Hurricane - Kanab - Mexican Hat - Monticello - Panguitch - Perry - Richfield - Scipio - Silver Summit - Wendover

Highways Interstate 15 - Interstate 70 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 84
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