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Arches Trailhead

The Arches Trailhead is located in the town of Panguitch, UT. The trailhead is open from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm from Memorial Day to Labor Day, and it is open from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm from October through April. There are a total of six trailhead parking lots that can accommodate vehicles up to 12 feet wide. The trailhead has a visitor center, toilets, and a water fountain.

2.41 miles away

Red Canyon Visitor Center

The Red Canyon Visitor Center is a great place to learn about the geology and history of the area. The center has exhibits on the geology, history, and natural resources of the canyon. It is also a great place to get information about trails in the canyon. The visitor center is open from 9 am to 5 pm from April through October, and from 9 am to 4 pm from November through March.

2.71 miles away

Red Canyon Arch

Located in the town of Panguitch, Utah, Red Canyon Arch is one of the most photographed landmarks in the state. The arch is made up of two arches that are about 60 feet high and 30 feet wide. The arch opened to the public and has been a tourist attraction ever since.

3.92 miles away

Panguitch Park

Panguitch Park is a beautifully maintained park with plenty of trails to enjoy. The park is home to a lake, waterfall, and lush meadows. There are also plenty of picnic areas and shelters to rest in. The park is great for outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, and fishing.

5.68 miles away

Quilt Walk Park

Quilt Walk Park is a 1.5-mile walk that features a variety of quilts donated by local residents. The park opened and is located off of SR-191, just west of Panguitch. The park has a visitors center with exhibits on quilts, as well as a gift shop. There are also picnic areas and restrooms available.

6.25 miles away

Panguitch Historic District

The Panguitch Historic District encompasses a well-preserved collection of late 19th and early 20th-century residential, commercial, and institutional buildings in the small town of Panguitch, Utah. The district was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The district is located in the northwestern corner of the town, on a low hill overlooking the town's main street. The main axis of the district is South Main Street, which runs parallel to the nearby Union Pacific Railroad line. The majority of buildings in the district were built between 1875 and 1915, although some earlier structures are also included. The architecture is mainly Victorian Gothic Revival or Queen Anne styles, with a few examples of more traditional Utah architecture such as log cabins. Many of the buildings have been restored and adapted for modern uses, but a number of them still retain their historic character.

6.27 miles away

Mormon Pioneer Heritage

Located in the heart of Utah's Pioneer Valley, Panguitch is a town steeped in Mormon Pioneer history. The community was founded by Mormon pioneers and quickly became an important stop on the journey to the West.

Today, visitors can explore the town's numerous historical sites, including the Prophet Joseph Smith Birthplace Museum, the Panguitch Cemetery, and the Pioneer Cabin Site. Additionally, Panguitch is home to several prominent LDS temples, including the Panguitch Temple and the Oquirrh Mountain Temple.

The town is also popular for its annual Pioneer Days celebration, which features music and arts performances as well as vendors and food booths. Visitors can also take part in historical re-enactments or explore local farms.

7.03 miles away

Eat. Sleep. Hike.

Panguitch is a small town in southern Utah that offers hikers plenty to do while they are in town. There are numerous hiking trails that can be followed in and around Panguitch. The trails offer scenic views of the surrounding desert landscape, as well as a chance to commune with nature. Some of the popular hiking trails in Panguitch include the Desert View Trail, which leads to a lookout point overlooking the Panguitch Valley; and the Mill Creek Trail, which follows a creek through the hills. Hikers can also enjoy a day at the racetrack or take a spin on the golf course at Panguitch Golf Club.

7.07 miles away

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park is a remote park located in southern Utah. The park was established and is the fourth most visited national park in the United States with over three million visitors annually. There are over 800 square miles of Bryce Canyon National Park including a number of canyons, mesas, and ridges. The Bryce Canyon area has been inhabited by humans for over 10,000 years and features evidence of ancient Native American settlements and rock art. The Bryce Canyon National Park Panguitch visitor center provides information on the history of the area and the park's flora and fauna. The visitor center also offers exhibits on geology, archaeology, and astronomy. There are a variety of trails that lead through Bryce Canyon National Park including the popular Angels Landing Trail which is an 8-mile hike that leads to an overlook of the canyon.

14.63 miles away

Bryce Point

Situated on the banks of the Panguitch River, Bryce Point is a popular spot for both hiking and fishing. The point is home to a number of trails, including the popular Bryce Point Trail, which leads visitors past several waterfalls and through lush forests. Nearby attractions include the Bryce Canyon National Park and Deer Creek Canyon.

15.29 miles away

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