Located within the majestic Tushar Mountain Range and nestled within a forest of aspen and mixed conifer Tushar Lake is the perfect base camp for outdoor adventure.
Download the Utah Heritage Tours app and take a self-guided audio tour of the Beaver County Historic Courthouse.
A restored historical fort that is alive with history.
A cabin built in a hollowed out section of a large boulder, tucked away in the Mineral Mountains.
Enjoy a perfect day of fun on the water at Three Creeks or explore the nearby expansive trail system.
Take a drive along an original cattle trail with spectacular vistas and scenery.
A perfect spot to enjoy some of the best climbing in the Ramblers – for beginners and experts alike.
Hike, bike, horseback ride, backpack or even OHV along Skyline Trail to glimpse some of the most panoramic views of the Tushars you can find.
The Paiute trail caters to ATV riders looking for relaxing, family-type riding as well as stretches that will challenge technical riders.
65-acre alpine lake great for paddleboarding in the summer and snowshoeing in the winter.
A rockhounder’s paradise surrounded by towering granite peaks, this location has a little bit of everything.
The Territorial Courthouse was completed in June, 1882. Be sure to check out the original jail in the basement which was in use through 1976!
An easy ATV ride featuring bubbling pools, and hissing steam vents with an abandoned brothel at journey’s end.
Locals call this scenic side trip “The Loop”, enjoy the untouched setting and clear-flowing creeks.
Breathtaking formations of rock and undiscovered canyons it’s the tallest peak in the Mineral Mountains.
A quick and easy hike to a quiet refuge for fishing, birding and relaxation.
Hang gliders can reach altitudes of 18,000 feet and fly over 150 miles from Frisco Peak, then check out the ghost town afterwards.
Walk through history at Frisco, the wildest mining camp of the late 1800s!
With wide trails and abundant wildlife, Britts Meadow is a great hike for a group.
Rocky alpine trails, clear blue water, and ridiculous views, Blue Lake has something for everyone.
An easy walk in the woods to sit at the base of this magnificent, massive ponderosa pine.
Travel along the highest road in the state of Utah to reach a challenging hike over volcanic rock.
Visit the classical revival building that made Beaver a shining cultural beacon in southern Utah.
Join us for a night to remember visit www.beavercivicarts.com for tickets and more information.
The Beaver Bench Mountain Bike Trail System is currently a 3-mile mountain bike loop just three miles east of downtown Beaver with plans to expand.
Spectacular high mountain scenery with excellent outdoor recreation year-round.
Peddle boats and trophy sized trout – come enjoy Minersville Lake!