781 West 1800 S.
Beaver, UT 84713-1461
Phone: (435) 438-5426
Fax: (435) 438-2493
781 West 1800 S., Beaver, UT, US, 84713-1461
- Phone: (435) 438-5426
- Fax: (435) 438-2493
The Fishlake National Forest with a 1,461,226 acres of land that is known as the largest freshwater mountain lake in the state. This place features trophy fishing and bird watching. The Fishlake is also a main source of water for the neighboring places, and also for the agricultural regions. The forest also consists of deer, black bear, moose, etc. which can all be viewed while on a trail at this site.
Mystic Hot Springs is a must visit spot if you happen to be anywhere in the state of Utah. Located at a secluded location, these springs are one of the most wondrous things you might have ever seen. With bath tubs attached under natural springs, this place makes for one of the most unusual sights. One can visit the springs for a few hours, or can stay overnight at one of their campgrounds or cabins. Do not expect five star amenities here, its rustic nature is what gives it its charm. The springs are a great place to socialize, where you will meet people from all over the world and may even catch impromptu performances from visiting musicians.
The Dixie National Forest in an ultimate outdoor location for all types of adventure sports. Being the largest national forest in Utah, it spans across an area of 1,889,106 acres (764494.07 hectares). It has an unbelievable number of options for recreation. Right from fishing to skiing, you can do everything here and explore your adventurous side. There is such a wide variety of options available, that there is something for everyone. The forest also has to offer picturesque settings which can be viewed by driving or hiking. Its the perfect place to be when looking for some outdoor fun.
This scenic district stretches from Utah's Dixie and the Nevada state line, eastward across five countries.
Free guided tours of historic Mormon church building.
Hiking, picnic areas, and beautiful scenery.
Cedar Breaks National Monument is a naturally occurring amphitheater and is home to a variety of local flora and fauna. Walk along its wildflower fields or ski on its slopes in the winters. Choose your favorite from the park’s offerings of activities. The park is open for summer and winter seasons.
This district includes over six million acres stretched across seven countries.