Moore's Old Pine Inn and Old West Town

Nearby Attractions

Moore's Old Pine Inn and Old West Town is near the following attractions:

Always Rafting, Marysvale, Utah Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking from Always Rafting
Located here in Marysvale, Aways Rafting provides friendly and professional guides will lead your family and friends down the river in rafts or kayaks, or give you a kayak lesson. Always Rafting & Kayaking, located on historic Highway 89, invites uou to experience great whitewater rafting and kayaking with the regions most experienced and professional outfitters! Exhilarating two hour white water trips starting at $34.95!

Paiute Trail Guides, Marysvale Paiute Trail Guides
Have you dreamed of taking the off road adventure of a lifetime, but you're not sure which of the 680 miles (including side trails)of Paiute Trail are best for you? Let Paiute Trail Guides arrange a guided tour of the most scenic trails, while ensuring the trails match your goals and riding ability.

Canyon of Gold Driving Tour
Cross the veil of time and discover the secrets of a canyon riddled with gold and the saga of men who sought her riches. Take this easy Canyon of Gold Driving Tour through the nearby Fishlake National Forest.

The Silver King Mine
Take this 1.14 mile walking tour of the old Silver King Mine.

Fremont Indian State Park Museum/Archaeological Site
Fremont Indian State Park preserves Clear Creek Canyon's treasury of rock art and archaeological sites. The museum shows historic pottery, arrowheads and grinding stones. Twelve interpretive trails lead the visitor into legend and history depicted through pictographs and petroglyphs. Camping, hiking, biking and horse trails are also available.

Old Cove Fort
Cove Fort is a fort founded in 1867 by Ira Hinckley at the request of Brigham Young. One of its distinctive features is the use of volcanic rock in the construction of the walls, rather than the wood used in many mid-19th century western forts. This difference in construction is the reason why it is one of very few period forts still surviving.

Day Trips

Bryce Canyon National Park Bryce Canyon National Park
Spectacular Bryce Canyon (35,835 acres) is one of the most popular in Utah with nearly one million people visiting each year. Famous for very unique geology, consists of a series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters in southern Utah. Walk or ride horses on the trails taken by the notorious outlaw Butch Cassidy.

Capitol Reef National Park Capitol Reef National Park
Capitol Reef National Park is 100 miles (160 km) long but fairly narrow containing colorful canyons, ridges, buttes, and monoliths. About 75 miles (120 km) of the long up-thrust called the Waterpocket Fold, extending like a rugged spine from Thousand Lake Mountain southward to Lake Powell, is preserved within the park boundary.

Zion National Park Zion National Park
Zion National Park (229-square-miles) is home of the famous 15 mile long Zion Canyon cut through the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River. This unique geography and variety of life zones allow for unusual plant and animal diversity. A total of 289 bird species, 75 mammals (including 19 species of bat), 32 reptiles and numerous plant species inhabit the park's four life zones: desert, riparian, woodland, and coniferous forest. Notable megafauna include Mountain Lions, Mule Deer and Golden Eagles, along with reintroduced California Condors and Bighorn Sheep.

Local Map

We are located on the southwest end of Marysvale on scenic Highway 89 (13) miles south of Exit #23 of Interstate 70. See where we are and get directions on Google Maps

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