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CARBON COUNTY VISITOR CENTER

The Carbon County Visitor Center is happy to answer any questions you might have about the Carbon County area. Whether you're planning to vacation in the always-beautiful Carbon Corridor, arranging a conference, or moving your business here to stay, we can help. The Visitor Center has brochures, maps and other information to help you plan your trip. In addition, we're available to answer your questions... Please stop by, fill out the form below, or give us a call!

ADDRESS

155 East Main Street
Price, Utah

PHONE

(435) 636-3701

HOURS OF OPERATION

Tuesday 9AM–5PM
Wednesday 9AM–5PM
Thursday 9AM–7PM
Friday 9AM–7PM
Saturday 9AM–7PM
Sunday 9AM–7PM
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The very best place for regional information is the Carbon County Office Of Tourism and Visitor Center. It is the information center for the Carbon and Emery County region. The center has Information Specialists that are trained to assist visitors with knowledge about our area.

Carbon County Office Of Tourism

ADDRESS

751 East 100 North
Price Utah, 84501

PHONE

(435) 636-3701

The Carbon County Chamber of Commerce understands that in order to have a strong economic environment, you must have a strong community that support s and encourages growth and innovative thinking.

Carbon County
Chamber of Commerce

ADDRESS

751 East 100 North
Price Utah, 84501

PHONE

(435) 636-2788

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior which administers America's public lands. Most public lands are located in western states, including Alaska. The BLM's stated mission is to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.

Price Bureau of Land
Management Office

ADDRESS

125 S 600 W
Price, Utah 84501

PHONE

(435) 636-3600

The Manti-La Sal National Forest stretches from central Utah to southeastern Utah and into Colorado. The 1,413,111-acre forest is managed for multiple uses such as range, timber, minerals, water, wildlife, and recreation. Manti-La Sal is made up of three primary land areas: the Manti Division, the La Sal Division at Moab, and the La Sal Division at Monticello.

USDA Forest Service
Manti-LaSal National Forest

ADDRESS

599 West Price River Drive
Price, Utah 84501

PHONE

(435) 636-3500