Where Serenity and Civilization Perfectly Coalesce
Southern Utah Land is some of the World´s most beautiful Mountain-View Property!
Property in Utah has recently been hailed as some of the most exquisite land to buy. Cedar City real estate, Millard and Beaver County properties in particular have seen a marked interest over the past few years. People are increasingly beginning to discover the natural beauty and serenity offered by property in Utah-and so can you.
Browse the various lots for sale in Utah listed on our Listings page to see some of the best real estate investments Utah has to offer. Whether you like to fish, hike or bike, you'll agree that the land properties for sale in Utah today are remarkable and affordable. Even if you're just buying property in Utah to build a getaway home, you will look back on your purchase as one of the smartest decisions you've ever made. Remember, the value of land never plummets!
Because we are a family-owned business and we've been through the process ourselves, we understand how difficult and trying it can be to scout out valuable property and secure it at a price everyone can live with. Let us assist you in doing the legwork for your next land property purchase so you can eliminate some of the worry. Keep in mind that buying land for a home in Southern Utah isn't just an investment; it's a step towards the fruition of your dreams and hard work.
Iron County, Millard County, Beaver, Kane, Juab & Duchesne Counties are just part of the Southern Utah area where we currently have listings. (View Listing Page)
Some of the National Parks nearby: Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon, Arches National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Lake Powell National Recreation Area, Canyonlands National Park, Dixie National Forest and Escalante Grand Staircase National Monument.
Ideal for Hiking, Skiing, Horseback Riding, Rock Climbing, ATV / 4x4 Tours, Biking, Cattle Drives, Camping, Hunting, Fishing, River Running, Snow-mobiling or just appreciate the colorful sandstone canyons, hot rocky deserts, and cool forested plateaus!
We have Southern Utah Land for Sale near: Cedar City, Brian Head, Panguitch Lake, Duck Creek Village, Kanab, Delta, Lund, Beryl Junction, Milford, Hinckley, and Minersville.
| - Cedar City Area Info -|
Precipitation.... 10.6 inches
Clear Days........310 per year
Elevation ..... 5,857ft
Distances to Major Attractions
Zion's National Park 62 miles
Brian Head Resort 38 miles
Cedar Breaks Natl Monument 20 miles
Duck Creek 25 miles
Navajo Lake 23 miles
Kolob Canyons 20 miles
Bryce Canyon 79 miles
Coral Pink Sand Dunes 103 miles
Arches Natl Monument 288 miles
|Utah has 29 Counties
(approx. 790 cities and towns)
Iron County, Millard County, Beaver, Kane, Juab & Duchesne Counties are just part of the Southern Utah area where we currently have listings.
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| Iron County Points of interest:
Cedar Breaks National Monument, Iron Mission State Historic Park in Cedar City, Southern Utah State College, Utah Shakespearean Festival, Brian Head Resort,
Old Rock Church, Jesse N. Smith Home
Historic Sites in Iron County
Escalante Expediton Trail, Old Iron Town Ruins, Jefferson Hunt Monument, Parawon Gap, Johnson's Fort, Ghost towns, Gold Springs, Stateline, Lund, Modena, Utah
Adventures in Iron County
Canyoneering, Rock Climbing, Golden Spike National Historic Sites, Historic Piute County Courthouse, Panquitch, Utah, Beaver, Utah, Ancient Fremont Indian Culture
Iron County, Utah is Outdoor Enthusiasts Dream! Hiking, Skiing, Horseback Riding, Aerial Tours, ATV / 4x4 Tours, Biking, Camping, Mountain Vistas, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, Museums, Paintball, Ranch Activities, Rapelling, River Running, Shopping, Snowmobiling, Shakespeare Festival, National Forests and Parks.
| Lund and Beryl are both located about 50 miles west of Cedar City at the base of the Wah Wah Mountains
Distance from Lund to Salt Lake City: 346.4 miles
Location of Lund: 38.00890N 113.43615W
Elevation of Lund: 5,081' (1,549m)
Area: 6,818 square miles;
Population: 12,420 (in 2000);
Principal cities/towns: Delta (3,085), Fillmore (2,089)
|Millard County gateway to Great Basin National Park is one of 29 counties in Utah. The estimated population in 2004 was 12,305.|
Millard County Communities: Delta, Deseret, Fillmore, Flowell, Hinckley, Kanosh, Leamington,
Lynndyl, Meadow, Oak City, Scipio.
Millard County Recreational and Cultural Opportunities:
- -Rock Hounding, Camping, Fishing
- -Miles of ATV Trails & Boating Areas
- -Scenic Vistas, Incredible Sunsets
- -Horseback Riding, Equestrian Events -Golf Courses, Recreational Parks
- -Museums & Cultural Events
- -Local Airports & Industrial Parks
- -Rural, Leisurely Lifestyles
Millard County offers a wide variety of terrain ranging from high, forested mountains to desert lowlands. The area
includes a surprising number of lakes and streams, with diverse ecosystems supporting mule deer, elk, pronghorn,
cougars, coyotes, waterfowl, swans, eagles, falcons and many other birds, mammals and reptiles.
Four beautiful seasons compliment Millard County's healthy outdoor lifestyle. The average precipitation is just over 14 inches, with very low relative humidity.
People come here from around the world to rock hound for trilobites, topaz, red beryl and other valuable or interesting rocks, fossils and minerals.
Millard County offers hundreds of miles of ATV trails, including sections of the famed Paiute Trail.
Millard County offers wide open spaces and rugged backcountry, with virtually unlimited opportunity for recreation. You can find solitude here. There is space to pursue your interests... space to enjoy yourself.
| Notes about Obsidian in the|
Black Rock Desert, Millard County
Geologic information: Approximately 2.5 million years ago (late Tertiary Period), volcanic eruptions in the Black Spring area of the Black Rock Desert in western Utah spewed out the volcanic rocks rhyolite, pumice, and obsidian.
Obsidian is a dark-colored volcanic glass formed when molten lava cools quickly. It is usually black but colored varieties range from brown to red. Snowflake obsidian, a black obsidian with whitish-gray spots (spherulites) of radiating needle-shaped cristobalite (high-temperature quartz) crystals, is also found in the Black Rock Desert. Obsidian has been used for arrowheads and primitive cutting tools, and is presently used for jewelry.
How to get to Black Rock Desert: From the west edge of Delta, Utah, travel west on U.S. Highway 6/50 about 4.3 miles to the State Highway 257 junction. Turn south on highway 257 and travel approximately 43 miles to a BLM sign displaying "Kanosh 26" and a dirt road heading east. Turn east onto the dirt road and travel 6 miles to the sign for Black Spring. Turn right onto the Black Spring dirt road and park in the open area across from the watering trough.
Cities in this county include: Kanab, Orderville, Big Water, Glendale, Alton.
|Kane County is central to Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion Canyon National Park, the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Hole-in-the-Rock Historical Marker, Kodachrome Basin State Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Reserve, Yellowjacket Picnic Site, Grand Staircase -Escalante National Monument.|
|Beaver County is one of 29 counties in Utah. |
The estimated population in 2004 was 6,077.
This was an increase of 1.20% from the 2000 census.
In 2002, the per capita personal income
in Beaver County was $24,111.
This was an increase of 45.4% from 1997.
Hotels in Beaver County include:
Best Western Butch Cassidy Inn, Comfort Inn & Suites, Days Inn, Oak Tree Inn Milford
Minersville is a small town nestled in the foothills about
18 miles west of Beaver. It sits in a small picturesque
valley surrounded by mountains with a meandering river close
by. In 1852, lead was discovered at the Lincoln Mine.
Recovery furnaces were built in 1858, and the town of
Minersville was founded nearby in 1859. An attempt was made
by a group of saints, sent by Brigham Young, to produce
bullets from the Lincoln Mine ore bullets to fight off the
fast approaching Johnson's Army, but there was an element in
the lead that made it too hard. That element turned out to
be the silver that made Beaver County famous.
Today, Minersville is a thriving community of about 800
people consisting mainly of people working with agriculture.
Every August Minersville is the site of the annual Beaver