- Hatch Utah is one of the smallest towns in Garfield County with 127 inhabitants
- Located on Hwy 89 between Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park
- Activities include hiking, mountain biking, ATVing, fishing and kayaking
- Local attractions include the Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum, Red Canyon and Grand Staircase-Escalante Monument
The quaint town of Hatch has approximately 127 inhabitants but the numbers swell during the summer with tourists visiting Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Kodachrome Basin State Park among other attractions in the area. This area was the home of outlaw, Butch Cassidy.
Hatch UT is 181 miles northeast of Las Vegas, NV. Located on scenic Hwy 89 between Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park, Hatch is 15 miles south of Panguitch on the Sevier River.
Hatch has a choice of lodging with hotels, motels and a campground/RV site. For backpackers there are low budget inns and cafés. The town has a visitor center, post office, restaurants and diners as well as convenience stores, antique and gift shops. Local tour companies and outfitters provide equipment and guided tours in the area.
- Mountain biking
- Horseback riding
- Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum Local
- Red Canyon 10 miles
- Casto Canyon 13 miles
- Mammoth Caves 18 miles
- Grand Staircase-Escalante Monument 19 miles
- Bryce Canyon National Park 22 miles
- Kodachrome State Park 33 miles
- Zion National Park 42 miles
- Coral Pink Sand Dunes 49 miles
- Cedar City 53 miles
- Petrified Forest State Park 70 miles
- Boulder Mountain 94 miles
From Hatch head north on Hwy 89 for 8 miles. Turn right (east) on Hwy 12 and travel 13.5 miles to reach the entrance to Bryce Canyon on Hwy 63.