Young asked some settlers from Parowan to settle along a river
dotted with beaver dams. Read more Beaver
Most Famous For: Beaver Utah is a Historic District
with over 30 buildings of unusual pioneer architecture.
Meadows Ski & Summer Resort; Cove
Fort Historical Site
Visitor Information: 30
S. Main, 435-438-2975
Beaver City Park, 20 S. Main
Swimming Pool Park, 400 E. 300 N.
Medical Services: Beaver Valley Hospital, 84 N.
400 E., 435-438-2531
12 gas stations and auto repair (some 24-hour)
Bus Station: Greyhound 935 N. Main 435-438-2229
Utah's capitol in 1851, this center point of the vast Utah Territory
was named after Millard Fillmore. It was the state capitol until
1856. Read more Fillmore
Famous For: Territorial
State House State Park
Information: Fillmore City Building,
75 W. Center Street
North Park, 500 N. Main
Wildlife Park, 100 S. 200 E.
Baptist, Catholic, Church of Christ, LDS
Services: Fillmore Community Medical Center, 674 S. Hwy 99,
gas stations (2 24-hour), 5 auto repair
Station: Truck Stop Cafe, 590 N. Main, 435-743-6876
in 1864, it was named for the richness of its soil. Read more
Famous For: Agricultural/commercial center of the region.
Indian State Park, Cove Fort, Fish
Lake National Forest; Cove
View Golf Course
Chamber of Commerce, 15 E. 100 N., 435-896-4241
Assembly of God, Baptist, Catholic, Jehovah's Witness, LDS, Lutheran,
Sevier Valley Hospital, 1100 N. Main,
2 medical clinics
11 gas stations, 6 auto repair; 1 truck stop, 1 truck repair