OF MARYSVALE

A Guide to the Trail
Canyon of Gold
The Silver King Mine
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The Paiute ATV Trail  Updated
Within minutes of downtown you will be enjoying the most spectacular scenery the trail has to offer. The main trail is 275 miles long, with over 800 miles of marked side trails and 1000+ miles of side forest roads, so we suggest that you do it in segments, and the best way to see it all is from Marysvale (Really)!
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Canyon of Gold Driving Tour  Updated
West of Marysvale Utah, the mouth of Utah's "Canyon of Gold" stretches before you.  From at least 1865, flecks of gold in the creek and veins of gold inside her walls have drawn the hopeful to this canyon by the thousands.
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The Silver King Mine  New Photos Pages added

This mine is named the Silver King and was claimed by Brigham Daniel Darger of Spanish Fork, Utah in 1894. Ore extracted from the 1,000 foot long adit (i.e., mine tunnel) above the cabin was hauled by mule and wagon to the 5 arrastras on nearby Deer Creek.
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July 24th is a big day in the State of Utah and Marysvale celebrates it in an even BIGGER way! Celebrating Utah's Pioneer Heritage.
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Butch Cassidy Days
Please come and join us for great summer fun in Piute county. This year promises to be better than ever with the best small town hospitality in the west. Whether you are here for the parade the rodeos or just some great fun we promise not to disappoint. Mark your calendars and gas the car up and we will see you in junction, Utah this summer.

Annual Marysvale Town Reunion
Each year on Memorial weekend Marysvale town holds it's annual town reunion so come and join us for the fun, it's open to everyone, even if your not from Marysvale
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Mountain lakes and streams in the Fishlake National Forest are stocked with rainbow, brook and cutthroat trout. The opportunities are highly variable.  Access ranges from easy walking to strenuous hiking.  Take your pick of wild rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, or brook trout
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Wild Life Viewing
Herds of elk, deer and antelope, coyotes, eagles, wild turkeys, and a world of small animals and birds make their homes in the mountains and meadows of Piute County. Mountain goats are sometimes seen in the Tushar Mountains.
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Otter Creek & Piute Lake State Parks

The magic waters of Otter Creek Reservoir produce some of Utah's largest rainbow, German brown, and cutthroat trout. Boat rentals are available and shoreline fishing is also excellent. It is open all year and winter ice fishing is popular. Piute Lake, located north of Junction, also has excellent fishing.
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The Summits of Piute County
Data extracted from the United States Geological Survey GNIS Database, showing the elevation, latitude and longitude of the summits in Piute County.
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Distance To Other Area Attractions

Bryce Canyon National Park 1    HR
Fishlake 1    HR
Capitol Reef National Park 1.5 HR
Zion's National Park 2    HR
Escalante National Monument 2    HR
Grand Canyon National Park North Rim 2.5 HR
Great Basin National Park 2.5 HR
Arches National Park 3    HR
Canyon Lands National Park 3.5 HR
Fishlake National Forest 5  MIN
Dixie National Forest 1/2  HR
Brian Head Ski Area

1.5  HR


The Wackiest sign on HWY 89

You can stay in Marysvale and visit these attractions

Fremont Indian State Park

The "Paiute ATV Trail System" MAP  By National Geographic Maps.

The Marysvale Water Falls.

All The Photo's From The Paiute ATV Trail

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