Panoramaland, Utah Attractions
The Panoramaland travel region in central Utah includes the counties of Juab, Wayne, Millard, Piute, Sanpete and Sevier.
Fishlake National Forest
The 1,424,524-acre Fishlake National Forest is spread out across Beaver, Millard, Piute, Sevier, and Wayne counties in central Utah. It includes 76 streams and more than 60 lakes including Fish Lake that gives its name to the forest and which is the largest mountain lake in Utah.
Address: 115 East 900 North, Richfield, UT 84701-1847, United States
Beaver Ranger District
The Beaver Ranger District is one of the four ranger districts in Fishlake National Forest.
Address: 575 South Main Street, Box E, Beaver, UT 84713-0736, United States
Elk Meadows Ski Resort (temporarily closed)
The Tushar Mountains near Beaver in Fishlake National Forest have peaks over 12,000ft/3,700m. The Skyline Trail is a National Recreation Trail through the area.
Fillmore Ranger District
Loa Ranger District
The Loa Ranger District is one of four ranger districts in the Fishlake National Forest.
Johnson Valley Reservoir
The 670-acre Johnson Valley Reservoir is located near Fish Lake. Like its larger neighbor, Johnson Valley Reservoir is a popular location for boating and fishing.
Paiute ATV Trail
Piute County received its name from the Piute Indians. It is located in the southwestern part of Utah and has the second-lowest population of the state's 29 counties.
Address: 21 North Main Street, Junction, UT 84740, United States
Junction (pop. 177) is the seat of Piute County. The town is located on Highway 89 in central Utah.
Piute County Courthouse
Piute State Park
Piute State Park is located on the Piute Reservoir, a 3,360-acre mountain lake 12mi/19km south of Marysvale.
The small town of Kingston (pop. 140) is located on Highway 62 just east of Junction in Piute County. To the east is the Otter Creek State Park.
The small town of Marysvale (pop. 380) was once a busy mining town in Piute County in south-central Utah. Nearby are the ghost towns of Alunite and Bullion.
Goshute Indian Reservation
Wayne County is one of the least populated of the 29 counties in Utah. It is part of the Panoramaland travel region.
Address: Box 7, Torrey, UT 84773, United States
The town of Bicknell (pop. 350) is located near the north end of Capitol Reef National Park in Wayne County. The town was originally called Thurber after the man who built the first house there in 1875.
Hanksville (pop. 200) is a small town in Wayne County, best known for its Wolverton Mill. The town was settled in 1882 and took the name of Hanksville in 1885.
Loa (pop. 500) is the seat of Wayne County, Utah. This small town is located at an elevation of 7,020ft/2,140m.
Lyman (pop. 230) is a small town in Wayne County located on Highway 24 west of Capitol Reef National Park.
Torrey (pop. 170) is a small town located 8mi/13km northwest of Capitol Reef National Park. It was settled by the Mormons in 1880s.
Teasdale is a small town in Wayne County near Capitol Reef National Park.