We Bet You Didn’t Know This Small Town In Utah Was Home To The Inventor Of The Frisbee

Utah has several claims to fame. We are known for having the best snow on earth, Utah is where the first transcontinental railroad was completed, and we are even home to the small town that claims to be the last to receive its mail by mule train. However, we have another claim to fame that many Utahns don’t even know about, and in our opinion, it’s pretty cool. Did you know that Utah was once home to the inventor of the Frisbee? It’s true! He comes from the small town of Richfield in Sevier County.

Did you know that Utah was home to the inventor of the Frisbee? What other interesting facts about Utah do you know? Let us know in the comments! And for more information about Richfield, visit the city website.

When in Richfield, you need to enjoy a meal at the Little Wonder Café. This restaurant is located right on Main Street and has been serving delicious entrees since 1929.

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Address: Richfield, UT 84701, USA