Although Daggett County is Utah’s youngest and least populated County, the area enjoys a rich and interesting history.
The County broke off of Uintah County
in 1918 and was named for Ellsworth Daggett who helped develop irrigation for the county. It’s a recreation and scenic paradise with beautiful red rock canyons, lakes, rivers, and forests. Area photographs are available in our Photo Gallery
. If you are a 4th Grade
student working on your report visit our 4th Grade Page
for additional information.
The County’s economy is based primarily on:
- Government Work
Recreation in Daggett County means:
For vacation information including lodging, restaurants and places to see, please visit the Chamber of Commerce