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Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use

Minersville Lake (aka Minersville Reservoir) is more than 900 acres when full. Adjacent to the lake you’ll find a county-operated campground and paved boat ramp, where you can rent pedal

This impressive Mountain may not have the title of tallest peak in the Tushars (Mt. Delano wears that badge) but it comes in at an impressive 12,137 feet and is

The Chromosome Dome is one of the Milford Domes in the Mineral Mountains. Home to some of Utah’s best off-the-beaten-track climbing adventures, the domes—a collection of white granite cliffs, buttresses,

Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use

The canyon is located on the eastern slopes of the Tushar Mountains between Mount Belknap and Delano Peak. The name comes from the old gold, silver, lead and copper mines

Deep in the Tushars, you can find an unbelievable tree, that is rightly called the “Big Tree.” This towering ponderosa pine will shock the whole family, and the trail to

Well worth the 3.5-mile drive up a gravel road, the Big John Flat area is a favorite recreational spot with its large meadows and spectacular scenery. Peaceful, dispersed camping spots

Big Flat is the perfect destination for those who want to experience the best Utah has to offer, without the crowds. Wake up at your campsite to see herds of

Located in the Tushar Mountains east of Beaver, this scenic side trip meanders past several small, sweet lakes and campgrounds before joining the unpaved portion of Hwy. 153 about 12

Little Res, as it is known locally, is a short 8.3 miles from Beaver. The area boasts excellent hunting, fishing, bird watching, biking, and spectacular mountain scenery. Visit in the

Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use

Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use

Built in the Late Victorian architectural style, the Territorial Courthouse was completed in June 1882. This building features a second-story courtroom where the flag from the USS Utah, which sank

Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use

A side loop of Utah’s famous Paiute Trail, one of the best recreational rides in the state, comes into Beaver County and is easily accessible. Ramblers’ portion of the Paiute

The Pass Road was originally created to trail cattle raised on the verdant meadows in the Beaver valley across the Mineral Range to Milford to be sold and shipped off

The Pocket Trail is perfect for those who are looking for a more challenging full-day or multi-day hike, that pays off in spectacular views! Explore glaciated valleys, flower-filled meadows, and

Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use

This unique structure built by a skilled craftsman back in the day is quite unique and worth a visit. The cabin is built in a hollowed-out section of a large

Founded in 1867 at the behest of Mormon pioneer Brigham Young, Cove Fort has likely survived for more than a century and a half thanks in part to its use

The City of Beaver is the largest city in the area, and with all the amenities you need for your next adventure and its prime location between the Tushar and

With a current population of about 1,500, Milford is a small town located in the western section of Beaver County, Utah. The first settlers took up homesteads in 1880.

Minersville was settled in 1859 under the direction of Brigham Young so a lead mine could be operated on the site where Jesse N. Smith and three others had found

The unincorporated town of Greenville was originally a camp on the north side of Beaver River. Settled in 1861, the name came from the thick green grass that was found