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Piute State Park

12 miles south of the town of Marysvale, just off US 89
Antimony, UT 84712

435-624-3268

Robert D. Young, who also built the nearby Otter Creek dam, built Piute Reservoir on the main fork of the Sevier River in 1908. Both the reservoir and county are named for the Native Americans who dominated this area at one time. The state legislature changed the original spelling, from Paiute (the Native American people), to Piute.

Opened to the public as a state park in 1963.
Park Elevation:  5,900 feet

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