Fillmore is a central Utah town located on I-15 north of Beaver, and south of Nephi. The town is a way station for those traveling the vast stretches of sagebrush and foothills along the north-south interstate highway. Through part of the 1850’s, Fillmore acted as the capital of the Utah Territory. The original Utah Territorial Statehouse is standing today.
For visitors just passing through town, the Utah Territorial Statehouse State Park and Museum is worth taking the time to explore. Travelers weary from the road and needing to stretch their legs can play a round of golf at the small course located just off the freeway. And for those planning to stay a night or two or longer, there are myriad nearby recreation opportunities such as ATVing, camping, and fishing. There are several nearby historic sites, of which Cove Fort is to not be missed. Fillmore is also home to a national ATV Jamboree each summer. There are many ATV trails in the area including the Paiute Trail, which runs along the mountain range east of town.
There are several lodging options in Fillmore, as well as major fast food chains and local dining. Fillmore is located on Interstate 15, 148 miles south of Salt Lake City, and 162 miles north of St George. Interstate 70, which passes through eastern Utah and through Colorado, is located 34 miles south of town.