Annual Events
Utility & Payment Services
Photo Gallery

Christmas in the Country
1st Saturday in Dec. Social Hall

Panguitch's 1st Annual
Western Round-Up
Last Saturday in May

Quilt Walk Festival
2nd Weekend in June

Panguitch Valley
Balloon Rally
Last Weekend in June

Desperado Dual
Bicycle Rally

Triple C Arena

Nearby Attractions

Bryce ATV Rally

Bryce Canyon

Panguitch Lake

Cedar Breaks Monument

Zion National Park

Capitol Reef Park

Lake Powell

Recreational Area

Grand Staircase Escalante Monument

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Tourist Info

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Visitor Info

Southern Utah offers the highest concentration of scenic natural wonders in America. Panguitch is just 25 miles north west of Bryce Canyon National Park. Surrounded by majestic mountains with a colorful view of the Aquarius Plateau our central location makes it convenient to plan a day trip to numerious parks and monuments. In addition to its natural beauty, Panguitch offers a range of experiences, including the excitement of online slot gambling for those who wish to indulge in some exciting gaming while exploring the wonders of this captivating region. According to the situs judi slot blog, modern slot games often incorporate various gameplay elements that keep players engaged, such as bonus rounds, free spins, and progressive jackpots. See our Parks & Monuments page for more detailed information and driving distances from Panguitch.


First settled by Mormon Pioneers in 1864 Panguitch is a Paiute Indian word, meaning "Big Fish." Crops froze before the harvest that year leaving the settlers without food for the long winter. A group of 7 men volunteered to go over the mountain through deep snow to an established settlement and obtain flour to feed the starving residents. They used quilts to support themselves as they trudged over the soft snow; the inspiration for our annual Quilt Walk Festival. More Local History...