Junction Located on US 89, Junction is the county seat end the site of the Piute County Fair held every August. A jackpot roping event is held weekly at the fairground arena. The stately Piute County Courthouse, built in 1903 and used until 1997, is listed on the State and National Historical Record. Piute Lake State Park, located three miles northeast of Junction, has some of the best fishing in Utah. All services are available.
Marysvale Settled in the 1860s, Marysvale has a rich mining heritage. Today Marysvale is an access point for the Paiute ATV Trail. The town is home to the Cottonwood Downs. Horse races are held in May every year. The World's Greatest Little Rodeo and Pioneer Days parade and celebrations are held on the 24th of July. All services are available. Read more on Marysvale at www.Marysvale.org
Circleville Circleville lies in a pastoral setting along US 89, and is surrounded by rugged mountain plateaus. The notorious turn-of-the-century outlaw Butch Cassidy grew up in a small log cabin that is still standing at the south of town. The Paiute ATV Trail runs through Circleville. All services are available. Read more on Circleville
Kingston Kingston is located on Highway 62 east of US 89. The town was originally a communal settlement which included a communal dining hall, communal cattle, crops and grist mill. Nearby Kingston Canyon is popular for picnicking, camping, hiking, fishing, and interesting rock formations. Otter Creek State Park is located 11 miles east of Kingston on Highway 62.