Big views, rich history, arts, culture and so much more make the Carbon Corridor a place many are proud to call home.
Nestled amongst and around charming small towns you will find art galleries, local restaurants, museums and so much more.
Carbon County was settled in the 1870s, but really came to be in the 1880s when the railroad came through and coal fields were discovered. The mines brought prosperity and people - making Carbon County the most ethnically diverse county in all of Utah - and it’s history and heritage are celebrated to this day.
The Downtown Helper has been beautifully preserved and restored, with historic storefronts housing galleries, eateries and more to be enjoyed. The city comes to life on the first friday of the month with gallery walks, live music and entertainment pulling locals and visitors out to enjoy all that Helper has to offer.
From off roading to canoeing there are plenty of ways to play in the corridor.
- Jeeping & ATV roads
- Mountain Biking trails
- Hiking trails
- Swimming pools
- Fishing ponds
- And so much more....
There is no off-season here in the Corridor, our calendar is full of fun from fall festivals to Christmas light parades and summer concert series we find a way to get together and have a good time!
Now that you know more about Carbon County, come and visit us! When you start here and discover all we have to offer, you may end up wanting to stay here!