No matter where you live in Utah, you’re always surrounded by natural beauty and plenty of recreation opportunities, but sometimes it’s fun to get away for a weekend escape. Hop in your car and head to one of these nine small towns in Utah, where you’ll find plenty to see and do.

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Which of these small towns in Utah is your favorite? Are there any small towns in the Beehive State that you particularly love to visit? Do you live in one of the small towns mentioned above? Let us know in the comments!

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What are some of the best small-town getaways in Utah?

When searching for the best towns in Utah to visit, the list is quite long. The Beehive State is home to some of the most charming and beautiful small towns. In the northern part of the state, you have the town of Brigham City. This historic town is just a short drive from many historic landmarks and must-see attractions like Golden Spike National Monument and the Spiral Jetty. Drive down the charming main street and admire the beauty of the Box Elder Tabernacle, which was built in the late 1800s. Also, make sure you plan a visit in September, during the annual Peach Days Festival.

If you are in the southern part of the state, there are many small towns to visit. Springdale is definitely one charming town that you must check out. In fact, this town is located just outside of Zion National Park and is considered one of the best small-town vacations in the entire country! There are fabulous places to eat and cozy accommodations, and the scenery is incredible. This is one small town that is perfect for a weekend escape with the entire family!

Are there any historic small towns in Utah I should visit?

Yes! One of our favorite historic towns is Eureka. Located west of Santaquin, this town is home to approximately 700 people. It may not seem like it has much to offer but the entire town is featured on the National Register of Historic Places. As you drive or walk around town, believe us, you’ll feel like you’ve just stepped back in time!