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History
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.

Economy
The County’s economy is based primarily on:
  • Recreation
  • Agriculture
  • Government Work

Recreation
Recreation in Daggett County means:

  • Camping 
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Photography
  • Bird Watching
  • Four-Wheeling
  • Just plain old relaxing and enjoying life

For vacation information including lodging, restaurants and places to see, please visit the Chamber of Commerce website.

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Primary Election Ballots Must Be Postmarked By Monday June 25th
Please ensure that any ballots turned into the Post Office on Monday, June 25th get postmarked with that date. The receipt date is not as important as the required postmark date of June 25th. Failure to do so may cause your ballot not to be counted. Read on...
Cedar Springs Boat Ramp To Be Closed For Maintenance June 26 & 27
Cedar Springs Boat Ramp will be closed June 26 at 4:00 pm through noon on June 27. The closure is required to make asphalt repairs next to the boat ramp. This area of the reservoir will still be accessible from the Mustang Boat Ramp during these repairs. Read on...

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