It began as a popular campground for travelers during the 1850ís. Ft. Green City Hall: 270 W 100 N, Ft. Green, UT 84632 Phone: 435-445-3453
Fountain Green greets you as you top Salt Creek Canyon from Nephi. It began as a popular campground for Salt Creek and San Pitch travelers during the 1850’s before the Johnson’s and other families from Santaquin in Utah Valley settled it. Lying just below the Divide and Mt. Nebo, it had a green fountain “BIG SPRINGS” second to no other spring in the Sanpete Valley.
Photo by Pat Johnson.
270 W 100 N, Ft. Green, UT 84632 435-445-3453
The annual Lamb Days celebration in July draws people from all over. Activities include: Co-ed softball tournaments, youth lamb show and judging, mutton and sourdough dinner, youth talent show, fun run, chuckwagon breakfast, craft fair, parade, and fireworks. Photo- Pat Johnson
A Utah Division of Wildlife Resources fish hatchery is located on the edge of Fountain Green and visitors are welcome to tour the facility most business days. The hatchery hosts activities for this area during Utah’s annual Bald Eagle Day on the second Saturday in February.
The tour begins at the mouth of Nephi Canyon on HWY 132 and ends in Gunnison.
Narrated by: Phil Riesen
Listen to Part 1 – 42 min. Nephi – Spring City
Listen to Part 2 – 38 min. Spring City – Gunnison