Emery County is known as Castle Country Utah, with a landscape peppered by great monolithic buttes which dominate the landscape of the San Rafael Swell. Along its eastern flank, the Book Cliffs rise 2000 feet above the valley floor. On the Western edge of the county, the Wasatch Plateau rises similarly above the valley floor, creating a dramatic backdrop to the towns.
The center of the county is taken by the immense, rugged and remote San Rafael Swell. The San Rafael is truly a national treasure, with thousands of opportunities for adventure. From wilderness to ATV trails and from horseback riding to mountain bike trails, you are sure to find a great back country experience.
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The area's rugged scenery is home to a rich history from ancient American Indians, cowboys and outlaws, settlers and miners, railroads and crossroads.
The area's geology and paleology is world renowned with prolific dinosaur quarries. The Museum of the San Rafael and the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry are open to visitors that wish to learn more about this diverse past.
Emery County has some of the most scenic wild lands in all of Utah. The area can be explorede by many modes of transportation, including hiking, biking, ATV's and 4x4's, as well as miles of great horse trails.
The Emery County Travel Bureau's hope is to fill every motel room and campground in Emery County through responsible promotion.
We are funded by Transient Room Tax, which is to be used for Tourism, Recreation, and Convention Center Promotion. The Bureau is also partners in the Castle Country Travel Region, Utah Travel Council and the Utah Travel Regions Association. Emery County Travel Bureau welcomes any suggestions to find new and better ways to promote recreation and tourism.
Please contact us at 435-564-3600. We are located in Green River Utah