North of Spring Canyon Road
Next to Red Canyon Subdivision and public land
Parowan sits on the eastern edge of Parowan Valley, and at the mouth of Parowan Canyon. A distinct red top mountain known a Valentine Peak(8,050feet) overlooks the valley and it is used as a common landmark for the city.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 5.8 square miles (15.1 km²), all of it land.
In 1993 the city began development of Heritage Park. This site includes a park, a grotto and pond, and statues commemorating the founders of Parowan. Other local historic sites include the original town square with the Old Rock Church, the War Memorial and Rose Garden, the Third/Fourth Ward LDS chapel built in 1915, and the Jesse N. Smith Home Museum. Parowan City supports the Parowan Community Theatre, which produces theatrical productions throughout the year. Source: Wikipedia
|Terrain: Flat; Gradual Slope ~ Vegetation: Sage Brush; Tree|
Old US HWY 91
|Directions: Hwy 91 North of Spring Canyon Road|
|Legal: S1/2NE1/4NW1/4NW1/4 SEC 28,T34S,R9W, SLM 5 acres in the trees with 1 acres foot of water, next to Red Canyon Subdivision and public land.|
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