|Junction : Western Terminus of UT #24
||Junction of Utah State Route #24 with United States Highway #50 at Salina, Utah, a city in Sevier County, Utah, This is where Utah State Route #24 starts its journey through Dixie National Forest and Capitol Reef National Park, and terminates at a junction with concurrent United States Route #50/Interstate Highway #70 just east of San Rafael Reef, a geologic feature in Emery County, Utah.
|Center St. : Aurora, UT
||Center Street, Aurora, Utah, a town in Sevier County, Utah, a primarily agricultural town.
|Main St./County Hwy #260
||Main Street/County Highway #260, to Aurora, Utah, a town in Sevier County, Utah.
|Junction State Route #259 : Aurora, UT
||Junction State Route #259/S Old Highway 89, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints the Area Maintenance, lies nearby on State Street N, Autora, Utah, located north of here.
|Access Road : Reservoir
||Access Road to, Rocky Ford Reservoir, a reservoir located along State Route #24, at Sigurd, Utah, Sigurd, Utah, a town in Sevier County, Utah,
|Junction State Route #119 : Glenwood, UT
||Junction State Route #119, Glenwood, Utah, a town in Sevier County, Utah, Further west at a junction of State Route #120, 118 and 119 along Interstate Highway #70 lies Richfield, Utah, a remote regional de facto Capital of Central Utah, a city in and the county seat of Sevier County, Utah, Richfield Municipal Airport, Fishlake National Forest lies just west of Richfield, Utah.
|Access Road : Recreation Area
||Access Road, to Sand Ledges Recreation Area, a recreation area located along State Route #24.
|Road to Reservoir
||Forest Road, to Boobe Hole Reservoir, a reservoir located northeast of here.
|Daniels Rd : A Loop on UT #24
||Daniels Road, joins Plute Trail to make a loop on Utah State Route #24,
|Access Road : Recreation Site
||Access Road, to Koosharem Reservoir Recreation Site, a recreation site located along State Route #24, west of Koosharem Reservoir,
|Access : Reservoir
||Access to, Koosharem Reservoir, a reservoir located just off State Route #24, Koosharem Reservoir Recreation Site lies just west of the Reservoir and the State Highway #24,
|Junction State Rte #62
||Junction State Route #62, to Koosharem, Utah, a town in Sevier County, Utah, Greenwich, Utah, a community in northeastern Piute County, Utah, just east of the Fishlake National Forest, lies along State Route 62,
|Hogback Rd : Fish Lake
||Hogback Road, to Fish Lake, a high alpine lake located in Utah, within the Fishlake National Forest. Fish Lake lies in a geologic structure known as a graben valley.
|County Route #25 : Fish Lake
||County Route #25, to Fish Lake, a high alpine lake located in Utah, within Fishlake National Forest, Lakside Resort, Lakeside Trail,
|500 N/State Route #72 : Fremont, UT
||500 N/State Route #72 to, Community of Fremont, Utah, Mill Meadow Reservoir, Forsyth Reservoir, located within Fishlake National Forest, along State Route #72 northeast of here.
|Center St. :
||Center Street, Loa, Utah, a town in, and the county seat of, Wayne County, Utah, County Auditor, US Forest Services,
|Main St. : Lyman, UT
||Main Street, Lyman, Utah, a town along State Route #24 in Wayne County, Utah, Horse Valley Road, leads to Fishlake National Forest, near Thousand Lake Mountain, a mountain within the National Forest, in South-Central Utah, West of Capitol Reef National Park, Farming, camping, hiking, horseback riding, hunting, and fishing are popular in the Thousand Lake Mountain area,
|Forest Route : Lyman Arch
||Forest Route, to Lyman, Utah, Lyman Arch, a natural an Arch-like rock formation located in the Thousand Lake Mountain Area,
|Center St. : Bicknell, UT
||Center Street, Bicknell, Utah, a town along State Route #24 in Wayne County, Utah, East Bicknell Sand Wash Pond, Wayne High School, a high school located in Bicknell, Utah.
|Access : Campground in the Fishlake Nat'l Forest
||Access to, Sunglow Campground, a campground located within Fishlake National Forest, east off Utah State Route #24,
|E 1300 S : Waterfowl Management Area
||E 1300 S, Ke Bullock Waterfowl Management Area,
|State Route 117 : Teasdale, UT
||State Route #117, Teasdale, Utah, a community in western Wayne County, Utah, located between the Dixie and Fishlake National Forests,
|Center Street :
||Center Street, Torrey, Utah, a town located on State Route #24 in Wayne County, Utah, near Capitol Reef National Park. Red Cliff Oasis,
|Junction State Route #12
||Junction State Route #12, a scenic Byway traversing Dixie National Forest, Bryce Canyon, Wonderland RV Park, an RV Park located at the junction of State Route #12 with State Route #24,
|Capitol Reef Nat'l Park
||Capitol Reef National Park, Wayne County Travel Council, is located nearby.
||Sulphur Creek, a creek in Capitol Reef National Park, crosses the State Route #24
|Trail Head : Chimney Rock
||Chimney Trail Head to, Chimney Rock, A Parking Lot, lies just off State Route #24, Chimney Rock in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah.
|Access Road : Panorama Point
||Access Road to, Panorama Point in Capitol Reef National Park, The Goosenecks, located just south off State Highway #24.
|Road to : Fruita, UT
||Road to, Fruita, Utah, the best-known settlement in Capitol Reef National Park in Wayne County, Utah, located at the confluence of Fremont River and Sulphur Creek. Fremont River Trail, Fruita Schoolhouse, located in Fruita, Utah, a historic place listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
|Access : Hickman Natural Bridge
||Access to, Hickman Natural Bridge, a natural arch like red rock formation located on the Red desert canyons in the Capitol Reef National Park, Petroglyphs, off State Route #24,
|Trail to Hickman Natural Bridge
||A Trail to Hickman Natural Bridge, Navajo Dome, a mountain dome in Capitol Reef National Park,
||Grand Wash, Flood Excavation, River Gorge, in Capital Reef National Park, Grand Wash Trail,
|Notom Bullforg Basin Rd : Capitol Reef Nat'l Park
||Notom Bullfrog Basin Road, Capitol Reef Grand Wash Trail. Capitol Reef National Park is a US National Park located in south-central Utah. In the 1920s, local boosters Ephraim P. Pectol and Joseph S. Hickman named it 'Wayne Wonderland.' Capitol Reef National Park shelters buttes, colorful canyons, monoliths, and ridges.
|Access : Fremont River
||Access to Fremont River, a point where vehicles ford the river to cross to the other side.
|County Rd : Fremont River
||County Road, a long loop Road on State Highway #24, County Road runs along the Fremont River,
|County Rd : Caneville Wash
||County Road, Caneville Wash Road, Salt Wash,
|Coal Mine Rd : Factory Butte
||Coal Mine Road, to Factory Butte, Boulder Mountain,
||Giles, Utah, a ghost town located along the Fremont River in the Blue Valley of Wayne County, Utah, along Utah State Route #24.
|Sand Wash Road
||Sand Wash Road, Blue Valley, part of the Fremont River drainage, This area earned its name due to the blue color of the Mancos Shale that is the dominant geological formation of the Fremont river valley at this elevation.
||100 E /Sawmill Basin Road, Hanksville, Utah, a small town in Wayne County, Utah, Agriculture, mining, and tourism are the main drivers to the local economy. Tourism also significantly contributes to the economy.
||Junction State Highway #95 at Hanksville, Utah, in the desert lands of Utah, nearby lies The Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS), the second of four planned simulated Mars habitats (or Mars Analogue Research Stations) maintained by the Mars Society.
|Access : Airport
||Access Road to, Hanksville Airport, a public airport located north of Hanksville, Utah, along Utah State Route #24.
|Co Rd 1010/Lower San Rafael Rd. :
||County Road 1010/Lower San Rafael Road, to Little Flat Top, Gilson Butte, a rocket launch site of the US military situated at, lies nearby just off State Route #24,
|Temple Mt Road : State Park
||Temple Mt Road, Goblin Valley State Park, a State Park in Emery County in central Utah, Thousands of hoodoos and hoodoo rocks, which are formations of mushroom-shaped rock pinnacles, some as high as several meters are the eminent features of this Goblin Valley State Park.
|Hatt's Ranch Bypass : Three Finger Canyon
||Hatt's Ranch Bypass, Three Finger Canyon, Fallen Raven Arch, Bent Arch, Ernie Canyon, Iron Wash located west off State Route #24 nearby.
|Hatts Ranch Road
||Hatts Ranch Road/Old State Route #24, San Rafael River, Hatt Reservoir,
|Junction : Eastern Terminus
||Junction of Utah State Route #24 with Interstate Highway #70/United States Highway #50, west of Green River, Utah, a city in Emery County, Utah, This is where Utah State Highway #24 ends its run after traversing Capitol Reef National Park and the stunning Utah desert landscapes.
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