Utah Counties

A view of Bear Lake
Bear Lake
Once upon a time, most of Utah was covered in blowing sands up to 1,000 feet deep. That was before the dinosaurs, even before the Jurassic Age. We see the evidence in southern Utah in those high, multi-colored sandstone cliff walls. The whole southern part of the state reflects millions of years of other-worldly existence, when the area was alternating between being ocean-bottom and open desert.

The pages linked below offer some demographics about each county and a zoomable/pannable map centered on each county. They also list the towns in each county and some have links to information, photos and maps of each.

A view over Utah County from the top of Flight Park
Utah County from Flight Park

Utah by Counties

map of Utah
A view in the Kolob Canyons area
In the Kolob Canyons area of Washington County
Photos courtesy of TheArmchairExplorer, CCA-by-SA 4.0 License
Map courtesy of Cartesia MapArt US Terrain