Located in Sevier County, Utah, Richfield has a population of around 7,500 residents and has that small town feel where visitors arewelcomed with warm handshakes and a smile. As the retail hub for central Utah, Richfield serves nearly 40,000 with its big box stores and economic development opportunities. Nestled in the high desert, Sevier County is surrounded by the beauty of the Fishlake National Forest making Richfield an outdoor recreation heaven. The famous Paiute Trail offers mountain bikers and off-road enthusiasts nearly 1,000 miles of trail to explore. Fish Lake, Big Rock Candy Mountain and the Fremont Indian State Park provide numerous outdoor recreation and historical opportunities. In fact, in April of 2008, Richfield was identified by Outdoor Life magazine as the 11th best place to live for hunters and anglers on their list of 200. In the Center of it All, Sevier County and Richfield are known for family-friendly outdoor recreation opportunities. As their tag line says "what happens in Sevier County, Utah, you can share with your friends."
- Richfield Population: 7,551 / Sevier County Population: 20,802
- Elevation: 5,283 feet
- Airport: 6,645 feet paved; fuel available; U-122.8
- College: Snow College Richfield
- Major Employers: Walmart, Home Depot
- Paiute Trail is a nearly 1,000 mile off-road trail through central Utah offering opportunities for mountain bikers, horse riders, hikers, ATV and UTV riders and 4-wheel drive vehicles plenty of room to recreate.
- The Fremont Indian State Park, located along Interstate 70, includes hundreds of Native American petroglyphs and pictographs
- Big Rock Candy Mountain is located off Heritage Highway 89 and offers river floats, fishing, camping and a zip-line
- Candy Mountain Express Bike Trail runs 8 miles through Sevier Canyon along the banks of the Sevier River.
- Fish Lake offers some of the best outdoor recreation anywhere. Cabins, campgrounds and RV parks are the staging point for a bike ride, hike, or fishing expedition.