Marysvale is a small Utah town located at the crossroads of the famous Paiute ATV Trail. This trail is a 275-mile loop winding through mountain tops, vast forests, and several small towns, offering a never ending supply of natural scenery. The numerous side trails connected to main route total almost 2200 miles. Initially a mining town, Marysvale now acts as the main trailhead to the Paiute Trail system and as a hub to the many recreational activities in the area.
Marysvale is host to the annual Paiute Trail UTV Jamboree. This summer event offers entertainment, riding, vendor booths, food, competition, and other activities. Pioneer Day (July 24th) is also a big event in Marysvale, with day long celebrations including a rodeo and fireworks show.
There are many attractions in the Marysvale area and boundless recreation opportunities. At Miner’s Park Historic Trail old mining buildings and equipment can be seen, and in Bullion Canyon there are spectacular waterfalls in the early summer. Several excellent fishing lakes are in the area, as well as the Sevier River which is great for fishing and river rafting. Visitors can enjoy hunting, camping, hiking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, and more.
For those coming to Marysvale to ride the Paiute ATV Trail, there are several outfitters in town that provide ATV and UTV rentals. Marysvale is a small town, but there are several campgrounds and RV parks and a handful of places to eat, fuel up, and purchase supplies. The town is located on US-89, 32 miles south of Richfield, and is part of the Utah Heritage Highway.