Garfield County, Utah has a population of 5,172, making it the fifth-least populous county in Utah. Its county seat and largest city is Panguitch. Garfield County was founded in 1882. It was named for James A. Garfield, the late President of the United States, who was assassinated in 1881.
See also Scouting in Utah.
Local History Edit
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Parks & Nature Edit
- Anasazi State Park Museum is a state park and museum in Garfield County, Utah, featuring the ruins of an ancient Anasazi village referred to as the Coombs Village Site.
- Escalante Petrified Forest State Park features displays of plant and marine fossils, petrified wood and fossilized dinosaur bones over 150 million years old.
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Noteworthy local scouts and service projects
Charitable Organizations Edit
The following service units would greatly look forward to partnering with local scouts on providing community service
External Links Edit
- 60 Hikes within 60 Miles of Salt Lake City - pinpoints the most exceptional hikes in the area. It contains meticulous trail descriptions that range from comfortable strolls for families to difficult treks for those looking for a challenging workout. (2012)
- Hiking the Wasatch: A Hiking and Natural History Guide to the Central Wasatch - The Wasatch Mountains, with three wilderness areas and hundreds of miles of trails, offer a treasure land of outdoor opportunities within easy reach of nearly a million people. (2014)
- Wasatch Eleveners: A Hiking and Climbing Guide to the 11,000 foot Mountains of Utah's Wasatch Range - tackle some of the most beautiful and challenging peaks that the Wasatch offers.