Central Utah

The Central Utah region is a goldmine of Utah heritage and outdoor recreation. Visitors here will find historic Bed & Breakfast inns located in picturesque small communities. US Highway 89, dubbed the Heritage Highway, and the popular Paiute and Arapeen off-highway trail systems are located here. Sportsmen will find a variety of streams, lakes and reservoirs, along with state parks and public lands for family recreation. Read more...




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Known as the "hub of Central Utah," and situated along I-70, Richfield is a historic city surrounded by beautiful redrock mountains and snow covered peaks. Originally established as a pioneer settlement in 1864, Richfield has expanded beyond its agricultural roots. Today it is most commonly known for its close proximity to the Paiute ATV Trail, and as a major hub for the fall Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree.

Richfield was named in recognition of the fertile soil the early settlers discovered. Even today, farming continues to be a major way of life for many residents; hay, barley, oats, corn silage, cattle, hogs, sheep, turkeys, commercial feedlots, and dairy herds are produced on the rich land. In this way, residents feel they are able to preserve a part of their past.

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