Or better yet, how many have you actually been to?
La Verkin: Located near Zion National Park, La Verkin has a population of around 4,000 and serves as a gateway to the famous park.
Hoytsville: Nestled in Summit County, Hoytsville is a smaller town known for its historical roots and rural atmosphere.
Hurricane: This city, with a population of over 15,000, is an adventure hub, often frequented by visitors to Zion National Park and Sand Hollow State Park.
Heber: Located in a beautiful valley, Heber City boasts a population of around 16,000 and is a growing recreational destination, known for the Heber Valley Historic Railroad.
Beaver: A charming town in Beaver County with a population close to 3,000, Beaver is famous for its cheese and rich pioneer history.
Fillmore: Once the capital of Utah Territory, Fillmore, with around 2,500 residents, houses the Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum.
Washakie: A primarily residential area in Box Elder County, Washakie has a unique history tied to the Northern Shoshone people.
Salina: Located in Sevier County, Salina is home to around 2,500 people and is known for its Blackhawk Arena.
Sigurd: A small town in Sevier County, Sigurd is a serene agricultural community with a population of around 400.
Ticaboo: Situated in Garfield County, Ticaboo is a tiny town near Lake Powell, serving as a base for outdoor enthusiasts.
Shivwits: Located in Washington County, this town has ties to the Paiute Indian Tribe and is steeped in native history.
Gusher: An aptly named small town in Uintah County, Gusher hints at the region's ties to oil production.
Lyman: With a population just over 400, Lyman in Wayne County is a tranquil town known for its agricultural roots.
Paragona: Located in Iron County, Paragona is a small farming community with a rich pioneer heritage.
Neola: Set in Duchesne County, Neola is a cozy community often recognized for its outdoor recreational opportunities.
Elmo: A small town in Emery County, Elmo is surrounded by vast landscapes and a population just over 400.
Cisco: A near ghost town in Grand County, Cisco has remnants of the Old West and was once a significant railroad stop.
Koosharem: Nestled in Sevier County, Koosharem is a quaint town with a population close to 300, surrounded by scenic landscapes.
Erda: Located in Tooele County, Erda boasts a population of around 5,000 and offers panoramic mountain views.
Peoa: Set in Summit County, Peoa is a small farming community known for its picturesque surroundings.
Goshen: Located in Utah County, Goshen, with a population of over 1,000, is famous as a filming location for several movies, including parts of "Footloose."
Ophir: A historic mining town in Tooele County, Ophir offers a step back in time with its preserved structures and charming atmosphere.
Toquerville: A city in Washington County with a population nearing 2,000, Toquerville is known for nearby Toquerville Falls, a popular hiking destination.