Welcome to Sevier County – the Heart of central Utah. Sevier County is located along Interstate 70 and Highway 89 in central Utah. The area is rich with high mountain peaks, vast forests, lakes and streams teeming with fish, archeological and historical sites and a climate that is perfect for outdoor adventures – no matter what the season.
Known especially for its offroad adventures, Sevier County is located in the center of the Paiute ATV Trail – a thousand miles of trail through nearly a million acres of the Fishlake National Forest. Along the trail, visitors can enjoy the fresh air, local wildlife and the opportunity to be close to nature.
Archeologically, the area’s claim to fame is the Fremont Indian State Park. Located at the southern end of the County along Interstate 70, the Park offers visitors a glimpse back in time thousands of years when the area was home to a Native American tribe who thrived in the area.
Whether you visit Sevier County to catch the spirit of patriotism at Independence Day celebrations, experience a country style County Fair, be part of various horse events at the Blackhawk Arena in Salina or enjoy a concert or sports event at the Sevier Valley Center, you will be greeted by local residents with a smile and welcoming hand.