Richfield is a mid-sized town (pop. 6,500) along I-70 in south-central Utah. Although not large by most standards, of course, Richfield is the largest community for a hundred miles in any direction and is thus the largest city in southeast Utah. This makes it an essential stop for those traveling the area. It has plenty of hotels and a decent selection of places to eat.
The well-regarded Piute ATV Trail is nearby, as is beautiful Fish Lake. Petroglyph and artifact laced Fremont State Park is only 21 miles from Richfield. A bit further away is the very beautiful, but lightly visited Capitol Reef National Park.
Richfield is right off I-70, about 35 miles northeast of the junction of I-70 and I-15. Richfield is about 15 miles south of Salina.
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