Torrey Town is centrally located in Utah near the junction of Highway 24 and Scenic Highway 12 in Wayne County, 10 miles west of Capitol Reef National Park and 100 miles north of Bryce Canyon National Park.
Torrey Town has a colorful pioneer history dating back to the late 1800’s and is named after Colonel Jay L. Torrey one of Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders. Torrey Town is best recognized by the 100 year-old cottonwood trees that canopy Highway 24 in the center of town. Our biggest asset is the people that settled and live in this beautiful area where we’re known for clean air, open spaces, and outdoor activities that exceed or match anywhere in the western United States.
- Torrey Town has a varying population depending on the time of year. Summer months the population of Torrey Town booms to a staggering 200 plus residents, winter months the town population hovers around 150 on any given sunny day.
- Torrey Town is easily accessible from major interstate highways and within a 3 hour drive from the Wasatch front and a 4 hour drive through some the most incredible country you will ever see from St. George on Highway 12.
- Torrey Town sports a general store, three churches, a trading post, a gas station, in excess of 400 motel/hotel and Bed and Breakfast rooms, and some world-class eateries and worth the mention weekly live entertainment.