Dinosaurland and Eastern Utah

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  • 1. Mirror Lake Scenic Byway

    Scenic Drive

    This scenic road begins in Kamas and winds its way up to the High Uinta country. The 65-mile drive follows Highway 150 through heavily wooded...Read More

  • 2. Nine Mile Canyon

    Indigenous Sight

    The hundreds of petroglyphs etched into the boulders and cliffs of Nine Mile Canyon may be one of the world's largest outdoor art galleries...Read More

  • 3. Quarry Exhibit Hall


    The Monument's astoundingly large collection of fossils was discovered by Earl Douglass in 1909, when he stumbled upon eight enormous dinosaur...Read More

  • 4. San Rafael Swell Recreation Area

    Nature Sight

    Tremendous geological upheavals pushed through the Earth's surface eons ago, forming a giant oval-shape dome of rock about 80 miles long and...Read More

  • 5. Utah Field House of Natural History State Park


    Around 150 million years ago, this was the stomping ground of dinosaurs, and you can see rock samples, fossils, Fremont and Ute nation artifacts...Read More

  • 6. Browns Park

    Historic District/Site

    If you're looking for a glimpse of the Wild West, head to Browns Park. Lying along a quieter stretch of the Green River and extending into Colorado...Read More

  • 7. Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry

    Nature Sight

    Paleontologists and geologists have excavated more than 12,000 dinosaur bones from the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, making this "predator...Read More

  • 8. Cub Creek Road

    Scenic Drive

    This scenic 20-mile round-trip drive goes from the Quarry Visitor Center east to the Josie Morris Cabin. Josie's sister, Ann Bassett, was reputedly...Read More

  • 9. Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum


    This museum provides a window into the daily lives of the pioneers. The large collection of artifacts (most donated by descendents of the area...Read More

  • 10. Dry Fork Canyon

    Indigenous Sight

    An impressive array of Native American petroglyphs and pictographs adorn the 200-foot-high cliffs in Dry Fork Canyon, making the 22-mile round...Read More

  • 11. Flaming Gorge-Uintas National Scenic Byway

    Scenic Drive

    Past Red Fleet Reservoir north of Vernal, U.S. 191 begins to ascend the eastern flank of the Uinta uplift as you head toward Flaming Gorge....Read More

  • 12. Indian Canyon Scenic Byway

    Scenic Drive

    This section of U.S. 191 climbs north from the Price and Helper vicinity, cresting at Indian Creek Pass at an elevation of 9,100 feet. It then...Read More

  • 13. Island Park Road

    Scenic Drive

    A scenic drive on the unpaved Island Park Road, along the northern edge of the park, not only passes some impressive Fremont petroglyph panels...Read More

  • 14. Northern Ute Pow Wow


    Each July 4 weekend the Northern Ute Pow Wow has drumming, dancing, and singing competitions, featuring top performers from throughout North...Read More

  • 15. Ouray National Wildlife Refuge

    Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

    Established in 1960, this refuge consists of 11,987 acres of land along the Green River. Here you can see more than 200 species of migratory...Read More

  • 16. Price Mural

    Public Art

    The 200-foot-long mural inside the Price Municipal Building is a visual narration of the history of the town and of Carbon County, beginning...Read More

  • 17. Sheep Creek Canyon Geological Area

    Nature Sight

    A scenic 13-mile drive on paved and gravel roads crosses the Sheep Creek Canyon Geological Area, which is full of upturned layers of rock, craggy...Read More

  • 18. Spirit Lake Scenic Backway

    Scenic Drive

    This 17-mile round-trip add-on to the Sheep Creek Canyon Loop road leads past the Ute Lookout Fire Tower, which was in use from the 1930s through...Read More

  • 19. Swett Ranch

    Historic District/Site

    This isolated homestead belonged to Oscar and Emma Swett and their nine children through most of the 1900s. The U.S. Forest Service has turned...Read More

  • 20. The Prehistoric Museum, USU Eastern


    Miners working in the coal pits around Price in the late 1800s often saw and excavated rare treasures that most scientists could only dream...Read More

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