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Provo Utah
BYU Football Game in Provo

The Provo River was named after Canadian fur trapper Etienne Provot. The city was settled in 1849.

Most Famous For: Brigham Young University; America's Freedom Festival; Winterfest, Sundance, and Bridal Veil Falls

Attractions: Utah Lake State Park; Sundance Resort; Bean Life Science Museum, Bridal Veil Falls, BYU Earth Science Museum, BYU Museum of Art, BYU Museum of Peoples and Culture, McCurdy Historical Doll Museum, North Park Museum, Provo LDS Temple, Provo Town Square, Seven Peaks Resort Water Park, Utah Valley Symphony

Population: 101,154

Elevation: 4,549

Visitor Information:
Utah County Travel Council. Historic County Courthouse, 51 S. University Ave., Suite 110, 801-370-8393, 800-222-UTAH

City Parks: 21 parks

Churches: Most major denominations

Medical Services: Utah valley Regional Medical Center, 1034 N. 500 W., 801-373-7850

Auto Services: 93 gas stations and auto repair

Bus Station: Greyhound/Trailways, 124 N. 300 W., 801-373-4211

Walking Tours: Brigham Young University, 801-378-HOST


Destination Mileage   City Mileage
Bryce Canyon NP -215
Canyonlands NP - 259
Capitol Reef NP - 188
Cedar Breaks NM - 202
Flaming Gorge NRA - 195
Grand Canyon NP - 336
Glen Canyon (Lake Powell) NRA - 254
Zion NP - 264
Salt Lake City - 45
Nephi - 40
St. George - 258


Provo Utah

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