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Panguitch Utah is the county seat of Garfield County and home to about 1800 residents. The name Panguitch comes from a southern Paiute board meeting "Big catfish", probably name from the plentiful lakes housing rainbow trout year-round nearby. Panguitch is higher in elevation and smaller than surrounding Freedonia and Kanab and about 30 minutes from St. George. It's a bit colder climate wise than Cedar City, which is the closest city with beautiful terrain and a tightknit community. Surprisingly, Panguitch has a lot of annual events, sprinkled with wild West history, museums, unique original architecture, and of course, the stunning wilderness.
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Panguitch is about 24 miles northwest of Bryce Canyon surrounded by national parks and monuments. To many, this is one of Utah's best-kept secrets. Panguitch is a smaller town but hosts things like the annual Quilt Walk Festival and the Panguitch Valley Balloon Rally. This is definitely something you won't want to miss as hundreds of hot air balloons are launched into the sky each year. The historic downtown area offers shops and restaurants and with rodeos, concerts, sports tournaments, horse racing and a few conventions each year at the Canyon County Complex, there are always tourists and visitors coming through the town. A New Year's Eve party is held every year at the Triple Sea Arena where the whole town celebrates with food, games, and live entertainment. If you are into ice fishing, join the participating Panguitch Lake Big Fish Derby, the first weekend in January.
Panguitch is in Canyon territory around 6600 feet above sea level. Winters can be a little bit brutal but residents have learned to enjoy a full year of four seasons. There are always guides and outfitters for camping, hiking, and exploring the wilderness as well as downtown accommodations and lodging, dining options and shopping. Some of our favorites include Big Fish Family Restaurant, for hometown cooking, delicious breakfasts, and where you'll probably need a neighbor or two. From pizza to smokehouse stakes, Desert Grill and Henrie's Drive-In, there's a surprisingly large number of restaurants and cafés in Panguitch.
Residents with students are part of the Garfield County school district and most students attend Panguitch elementary school or Escalante Elementary school, and Panguitch high school and Panguitch middle school.
From the Locals:
"It’s an amazing place to raise a family and it is absolutely beautiful! There’s a ton of outdoor activities such as hiking fishing camping" - niche.com
Panguitch Utah Real Estate
87% of residents own their own homes and with the median home value of about $170,000, Panguitch Utah is fairly affordable. Residents are within 10 to 15 minutes for most grocery stores and restaurants, services, and amenities. You'll find single-family homes, farms and ranches, and acreage all surrounding Panguitch. For more information on homes for sale in Panguitch Utah, browse active listings above or contact our office at any time to schedule a showing.
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