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|Fairview, UT : West Terminus of Hwy #31
||Junction Utah State Route #31 with United States Highway #89, in Fairview, Utah, a city in Sanpete County, Utah, This is where State Route #31 begins its journey, towards Huntington, Utah, a town in Emery County, Utah, through Manti-La-Sal National Forest. This Route covers a part of The Energy Loop, a National Scenic Byway. Fairview Museum of History, Sanpete County Bookmobile, located in Fairview, Utah. Hilltop Wildlife Management Area, lies nearby along United States Highway #89.
|Manti La-Sal Nat'l Forest
||State Route #39 enters Manti La-Sal National Forest,
|Skyline Drive/State Rte #264
||Skyline Drive, State Route #264, Beaver Dam Reservoir, Fairview Lakes, Electric Lake, Gooseberry Reservoir created by Upper Gooseberry Creek, located north off State Route #31 in Manti-La Sal National Forest,
||A Forest Route runs across and connects two different points of State Route #31,
|Skyline Drive : Staker Canyon
||Skyline Drive to, near Staker Canyon, also known as Race Bowl within Manti La Sal National Forest, in Sanpete Valley, Utah
|Skyline Drive : Fairview Lakes
||Skyline Drive, to Fairview Lakes, Beaver Dam Reservoir, located north of here.
|Forest Route : Reservoir
||Forest Route, to Boulger Reservoir, lies along State Route #264, near the northern tip of Electric Lake,
|Miller Flat Rd : Reservoir
||Miller Flat Road, to Huntington Dam, Huntington Reservoir, located alongside State Route #31 in Manti-La Sal National Forest,
|Access : Reservoir
||Access to, Cleveland Reservoir, a reservoir located along State Route #31, in Manti La Sal National Forest,
|Access Point : Reservoir
||Access Road, Cleveland Reservoir, a reservoir located just off State Route #31,
|Forest Route : Connelsville, UT
||Forest Route to, Connellsville, Utah, a ghost town located high in the mountains of Coal Canyon, near the head of Huntington Canyon in the northwestern corner of Emery County, Utah, The town now lies beneath the waters of Electric Lake.
|Nuck Woodward Canyon Road
||Nuck Woodward Canyon Road, Castle Valley Ridge Road, winds through the Manti La Sal National Forest, near the Huntington Canyon areas.
|Mountain Route : Reservoir
||Mountain Route, This route wanders through the Manti-La Sal National Forest on the mountains near Miller Flat Reservoir,
|Road to : Crandon Canyon Mine
||Forest Route to the Crandall Canyon Mine. This used to be an underground bituminous coal mine in northwestern Emery County, Utah, where a collapse killed several people. It was formerly called Genwal Mine. Huntington Creek
|Milll Fork Canyon Rd.
||Road to Mill Fork Canyon, a canyon within Manti La Sal National Forest, Trail Canyon Road lies nearby. Huntington Creek flows along State Route #31.
|Access Road : Power Station
||Access Road to, Coal-Fired Thermal Electricity generating Station, located just off State Route #31, Huntington Reservoir, a small reservoir located nearby.
||Road to Mohrland, Utah a ghost town located in Emery County, Utah, Lying in Cedar Creek Canyon near the Carbon County line,
|Junction : Southeastern Terminus
||Junction with State Route #10, in Huntington, Utah, a town (largest town) in Emery County, Utah, Huntington Library, Huntington Records Office, Just northeast of here lies Huntington Lake, and Huntington Campground along State Route #10. This is where Utah State Route #31 ends.
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