Utah Cities

There are many diverse and interesting cities in the state of Utah. Many serve as gateways to some of the most famous landmarks in the country. Many of Utah's cities are nestled at the base of beautiful mountain ranges and have direct access to gorgeous canyons, rivers, and mountainous lakes within minutes.

A city has a population over 1,000 and a town less than 1,000 in its population. Utah has over 250 cities and towns combined. The Wasatch Front is a series of connected cities that have been developed along the Wasatch Mountain Range and sit just off the main Interstate. This is the most populous region of the state, about 75% of the state population are in Salt Lake, Utah, Davis, and Weber counties, all of which are nestled in the Wasatch Front.

The largest population in the state is in the capital city of Salt Lake. The smallest town is and old mining town off Highway 6 called Scofield. with a population of only 15. 

Even the unlikeliest of towns in Utah holds a rich history and offers so much to see and explore. Utah is filled with outdoor adventure, diverse terrain, and unexpected gems.


Midway, located south of Park City, is known as "Little Switzerland" and is glittered with Swiss architecture and offers a small taste of the valleys, mountains, coziness, and beauty of the Swiss alps. The city holds a Swiss festival in the summer and is a great place to get out and enjoy the fresh mountain air. 

Fillmore Utah was the first capital city and was named after President Millard Fillmore to gain political favor. The development of the area was not as robust as other areas of the state and the capital city was moved to Salt Lake. Today Fillmore has a population of just over 2.000, is the county seat for Millard County, and home to Utah's first statehouse.