Sevier County Attractions-Recreation-Things to Do

Awesome Adventures

Awesome Adventures

Awesome Adventures offers outdoor recreation in the Las Vegas and Utah Areas. Activities include ATV Tours, Kayaking, Rappelling, Horseback Riding, Whitewater Rafting, Grand Canyon Tours, Ropes Courses and Ziplines. Nevada Locations include: Moapa Valley, Valley of Fire State Park, Hoover Dam, and Eldorado Canyon. Utah Locations include: Piute County and Sevier County. If you are staying anywhere in the Las Vegas or Utah areas and you are looking for the Best Tours, at the Best Prices, with the Best Guides, for  the Best Prices, look no further than Awesome Adventures.

Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort

Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort

Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort is located on Historic Heritage Highway 89, on the border between Piute and Sevier Counties. Easy access from I-70 off I-15, Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort is a great place to stay for a day, a weekend, or longer!

Cabins, Motel, RV Park and Tent Camping are available from Mid April through the end of October, and the recreational activities available at or near Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort include the World Famous Paiute ATV Trail, Whitewater Rafting, Ziplines, Ropes Courses, Candy Mountain Express Bike Trail, and more.

Cove Fort

Cove Fort

Cove Fort is located immediately northeast of the junction of I-15 and I-70, in the southeast corner of Millard County, twenty miles south of Kanosh and twenty-four miles north of Beaver. (Click here for a detailed map of Utah.) The fort was built to offer protection and refreshment to the traveler. Beginning in 1847, pioneers began settling the high mountain valleys stretching from Idaho to California. They came here to worship in peace and to build homes and communities. The fort is made of lava rock, which workers hauled from west of the property. The fort is 100 square feet, 18.5 feet tall, 4 feet thick at the footings and 2.5 feet thick at the top.

Fremont Indian State Park

Fremont Indian State Park

Located at Exit 17 off Interstate 70 the Fremont Indian State Park is full of interesting history, artifacts, and petroglyphs from the Fremont Indians who inhabited the area

Sevier County Utah Attractions

Sevier County Utah Attractions

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, archaeological 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.