Beaver County is a county in west central Utah. It is the second-least populous county in Utah, with a population of just over 7,000 people. The county seat is Beaver, which is also the largest city in the county. Beaver County is known for its beautiful scenery, its abundant wildlife, and its rich history.
Here are some additional facts about Beaver County:
- The county was named for the abundance of beavers in the area.
Beaver County is home to the Beaver Dam National Wildlife Refuge, which is a major stopover for migratory birds.
- The county is also home to the Beaver Basin Wilderness Area, which is a popular destination for hiking, camping, and fishing.
Beaver County was founded in 1856 by Mormon pioneers.
- The county is home to a number of historical landmarks, including the Beaver Fort, the Beaver Stake Tabernacle, and the Beaver Pioneer Cemetery.
Beaver County is a great place to visit or live if you enjoy outdoor recreation, history, and small-town living.