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5 Unknown Treasures in Provo, Utah

By Katerina Gasset

 Here are five not so well-known or surprising facts about Provo, Utah:

1. 🏞️ Provo's Underground Streams

Image of the Provo Underground Rivers created by Katerina Gasset, author of the Move to Provo Website

Beneath the city, a network of underground streams called "provo rivers" flows through ancient lava tubes. These hidden waterways contribute to the unique geography and natural beauty of the area.

2. 🎭 Historic Echo Theatre

Image of the Echo Theater created by Move to Provo website owner Katerina Gasset

The Echo Theatre in Provo was constructed in 1918 and is believed to be one of the oldest continually operating theaters in the United States. It has witnessed decades of performances and cultural events.

3. 🚂 Whiskey Train Legend

Image representation of the Whiskey Train created by Katerina Gasset

Provo has a whimsical legend about a "Whiskey Train" that supposedly transported spirits from Salt Lake City to thirsty residents during the era of Prohibition. While the tale is likely more fiction than fact, it adds a touch of intrigue to the city's history.

Fry Sauce Image Ad created by Katerina Gasset, Provo Resident and Move to Provo website owner

The popular Utah condiment "fry sauce," a blend of ketchup and mayonnaise, is said to have originated in Provo during the 1940s. It has since become a beloved regional delight for dipping French fries and other snacks.

Patriotic Service Freedom Festival in Provo

How Independence Day is Celebrated in Provo

Provo hosts an annual Fourth of July celebration known as "Stadium of Fire" at the Lavell Edwards Stadium. This event features a grand fireworks display, live music performances, and often attracts well-known celebrities and artists.

These lesser-known facts add an extra layer of intrigue to Provo's history and culture!


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About the author of Move to Provo Utah Website 

Katerina Gasset

When I moved here I was blessed to have my daughter to help with different things you need to know when you move to a new place. I had background from living here before but things have changed a lot too since the '80s. 

We were able to get all the good places to eat down fast - since she knows all that and we have a lot of the same likes in food. But things like how to turn on my electricity or what power company services my home... well... I was at a total loss! 

I know that other people moving to Provo don't always have family here to guide and help them. And most people don't have a real estate agent who gives them a welcome package on all the important numbers and places they need to know. 

My goal is for this website to be your go to resource for everything you need to know before, during, and after you move here to Provo, Utah. I want you to have the best experience and love living here as much as I do

Author Katerina Gasset - photo of me the author
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