Utahs oldest existing government building. Located in Fillmore. Open daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day. Winter hours (Labor Day to Memorial Day) are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Summer hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Great family trail riding experience! 900+ miles of ATV trails including; mountain, forest, desert, meadows, and stream riding. The trail connects to many towns in Central Utah. ATVs are allowed on many city streets, check with local communities for details.
The museum features exhibits of West Millard History including artifacts of early settlers, an excellent archive of photographs, writings and documents about the area. Open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., Memorial Day and July 4th. Closed other major holidays. Winter hours may vary. Free admission.
This fort was built in a seven-month period in 1867 to serve as a way station for people traveling between the central Utah communities of Fillmore and Beaver. The fort provided safety, shelter, fresh stream water and plentiful livestock feed. Open daily from 8 a.m. to sunset except in bad weather. Free guided tours.
Fremont Indian State Park was established by the Utah Legislature in 1985 to preserve Clear Creek Canyons treasury of rock art and archeological sites. The visitor center includes a museum with information about Fremont and present-day Indians. An orientation video may be viewed, and books, postcards, and other items are for sale.
Trails depart the campground to adventure: ATV/Jeep/Truck, Your own Feet? All lead to great hiking, and fishing streams. Chalk Creek is east of our campground and contains Rainbow Trout. The upper end of the north fork offers wild cutthroat and rainbow cutthroat hybrids. The Sevier River and its Reservoirs provide good fishing for walleye, catfish and carp. Some bluegill, white bass and other fish species may also be caught.