Washington County, Utah: Ghost Town Cemetery

With 100 residents at its peak, Hebron's water scarcity triggered a gradual shift east of farming families to Enterprise, a newer town. The 1902 earthquake finished off Hebron. Remaining: vague rubble and an old cemetery.

Address:
Hwy 219, Washington County, UT
Directions:
From Junction of Utah Highways 18 and 219 (Main Street), go west for 6.75 miles to a dirt road to the right (north) next to a ranch home. Follow main dirt road for 1.25 miles to cemetery (end of road). There is one gravel creek crossing that can be negotiated in a passenger car. Do not attempt to cross the creek if water is running in the creek.
Hours:
dawn-to-Dusk Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Admission:
Free
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Hebron Cemetery.

Ghost Town Cemetery

In 1902, an approximate 6 magnitude earthquake destroyed most of the town of Hebron, so the residents salvaged the building materials and moved down the road to Enterprise. The Old Hebron Cemetery is now maintained by the Enterprise Boy Scout Troop.

[Ronnie, 07/22/2015]

Nearby Offbeat Places

Honeycomb RocksHoneycomb Rocks, Washington County, UT - 5 mi.
Front Lawn Junk ArtFront Lawn Junk Art, Enterprise, UT - 6 mi.
Old Iron Town RuinsOld Iron Town Ruins, Cedar City, UT - 21 mi.
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The Centurium: Bronzes of History's Worthy, Cedar City, UT - 42 mi.

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