Panguitch, Utah is part of the National Historic District and the county seat of beautiful Garfield County. Surrounded by scenic wonders, Panguitch is world-renown as both a destination and the starting point for great outdoor adventures featuring some of the best ATV, biking and hiking trails, and serving as a gateway for two National Scenic Byway’s, several of Utah’s National Parks, National Monuments, and State parks.
Panguitch’s rich pioneer heritage is noticeable downtown where the look and feel of the old west is prevalent along historic Main Street. Moderate summer temperatures, abundant activities, and diverse scenic beauty provide something for everyone in this unique town.
- Population as of 2010 census: 1,520
- Elevation: 6,624 ft.
- Panguitch is a Native American word from the Paiute Tribe meaning "Big Fish"
- Panguitch City is located in and is the county seat of Garfield County
- Panguitch City has a total area of 1.4 square miles
- Panguitch is one of Utah's premier locations for Wild West Outdoor Adventure, and is full of rich Pioneer history