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Panguitch is the largest and most historic town in Bryce Canyon country. Located near Bryce Canyon National Park, Panguitch was named by the Paiute Indians after the "Big Fish" they caught in nearby Panguitch Lake. Panguitch is located at 6,700 foot elevation, offering the traveler a mild climate. Whether you are escaping from the summer heat, enjoying the Spring fishing or experiencing one of Utah's best displays of Fall colors, you should make Panguitch your home base for your vacation getaway.

Panguitch offers a range of services and accommodations including motels, bed and breakfasts, and Campgrounds. In the city's Historic District you can explore unique stores, museums and the area's largest variety of restaurants and eating establishments. Many of the town's historic homes are built of red brick made in the community kiln. All who participated in the project were paid in bricks in order to build their own houses.

Southern Utah offers the highest concentration of natural scenic wonders in America. Panguitch is just 20 minutes from Bryce Canyon National Park and is surrounded by scenic mountains with a view of the Aquarius Plateau. Our location makes it convenient to plan a day trip to any one of the other parks or monuments such as Cedar Breaks National Monument, Zion National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Lake Powell Recreational Area or the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, just to name a few. Be sure to vist our National Parks & Monuments page for more detailed information and distances from Panguitch.

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This Page last updated on June 1, 2003