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Area Attractions in Manti, Utah

The Manti, Utah area has many recreational choices. The Manti temple is the center of a huge, well-known pageant held each year. However, there are many other things to do in the area, including driving along the Wasatch Plateau in the summer and snowmobiling and snowkiting in the winter. Important historic sites like Cove Fort and Spring City offer a glimpse into the past.

The LDS Manti Temple

The Latter Day Saint's Manti Utah Temple was built in 1888 and is one of the oldest buildings in Manti. The building of the temple was a miracle in itself that the Saint's were able to build such a beautiful temple of this magnitude given the resources they had for the era. Please call us for more information on the Mormon Miracle Pageant event and other summer events in the area. Reservations for the Pageant only start January 1st of every year, no early reservations allowed. Rooms fill up fast so make sure to book your room today!

Other Attractions

Snow College 150 College Avenue, Ephraim, UT 84627 435.283.7000
Two-year college

Wasatch Academy 120 South 100 West Mt. Pleasant, Utah 84647 435.462.1400
Wasatch Academy was founded in 1875, and is a preparatory boarding school with an international and domestic student body

Skyline Drive

Skyline Drive Route  check conditions Sanpete Ranger District at 435.283.4151
Scenic mountain road that runs along the spine of the Wasatch Plateau for over 80 miles, drivable by car

Historic town, Spring City 150 East Center Street, Spring City, Utah 84662 435.462.2244
Settled in 1852, this entire town is on the National Historic Register

Cove Fort HC-74 Box 6500, Cove Fort, Utah 435.438.5547
Historic fort built in 1847 by Mormon pioneers. The fort offers a chance to experience frontier life, with a tour of the fort, which has been restored, and a look at a blacksmith shop and a larger barn. There is also a picnic area.

La Sal National Forest 599 West Price River Drive, Price, UT 84501 435.637.2817
This forest offers a diverse range of recreational oppertunies

Museum of History and Art 85 North 100 East, Fairview, Utah 84629 435.427.9216
Displays the work of Utah artist, Avard T. Fairbanks, and is home to a replica of a mammoth found in Wasatch Plateau in 1988
Spring City, Utah near Temple View Lodge in Manti, Utah Photo by Cory Maylett   La Sal National Forest near Temple View Lodge in Manti, Utah Photo by Zephyr Glass   Snow College near Temple View Lodge in Manti, Utah Photo by Ntsimp
Recreational Attractions

ATVs Trail Map Sanpete County Travel Office 435.835.6877
Arapeen trails system in Manti, Ephraim and Mayfield Canyons

Swimming Manti Aquatic Center 435.835.2401
Palisades State Park 435.835.7275
Snow College 435.283.7027
Gunnison City Indoor Pools 435.528.7126

Rock climbing at Maple Canyon
Called "One of the best places to climb in the entire US!", Maple Canyon has over 550 easily accessable routes, from 5.4 to 5.14 in difficulty

Hiking & Mountain Biking in La Sal National Forest 85 North 100 East, Fairview, Utah 84629 435.427.9216
Hiking and Mountain Biking
La Sal National Forest offers many great hiking and mountain biking opportunities

20 lakes within 20 miles of Manti

Golfing 2200 East Palisade Road, Sterling, UT 84665 435.835.4653
18 holes, Par 72 course located in Palisade State Park

Snowmobiling & Snowkiting Snowmobiling  


For more information on area attractions and recreation please contact us at 1-888-505-7566 or visit the county website www.sanpete.com.

The Temple View Lodge has a history of three-generation, family owned and operated quality service. Come experience your home away from home in Manti at the Temple View Lodge.
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Temple View Lodge  |  260 East 400 North Manti, UT 84642  |  435-835-6663