- Henrieville is a popular tourist town 17 miles southeast of Bryce Canyon on Hwy 12
- It is a small ranching town of 159 residents at an elevation of 5,997 feet
- It borders the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Dixie National Forest
- The town has a range of motels, cafés and local shops for supplies
Henrieville UT is a small ranching town of 159 residents at an elevation of 5,997 feet. Its location, close to many national parks and scenic attractions, makes it an ideal tourist stopover. It borders the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Dixie National Forest.
Henrieville Utah is in Garfield County, 90 miles southeast of Cedar City and 8 miles south of Tropic on scenic highway 12.
From Interstate 15, exit at Cedar City and head east along Hwy 14 past Cedar Breaks National Monument to the junction with Hwy 89. Turn left (north) for approximately 20 miles then turn right (east) along Hwy 12 for a further 30 miles past Bryce Canyon to reach Henrieville.
The town has a choice of motels to stay at. There are some cafés, bars and restaurants for dining and small shops for souvenirs and supplies. The town has several outfitters and tour companies operating in the area.
- Horseback riding
- Scenic drives
- Kodachrome Basin State Park 3 miles
- Grand Staircase-Escalante Monument 8 miles
- Bryce Canyon National Park 17 miles
- Aquarius Plateau 54 miles
- Capitol Reef National Park 112 miles
- Zion National Park 127 miles
Take Hwy 12 west out of Henrieville and through Tropic for 15.5 miles then turn left onto Hwy 63 which leads into Bryce Canyon National park.