Enterprise is located in the southwest 1/4 of the state of Utah, south of Iron County, and and is about 40 miles north of St. George on highway 18 in the northwest 1/4 of Washington County.
Enterprise, has an elevation of about 5240 feet above sea level and is surrounded by mountains except to the north.
Looking north from Enterprise you see the Escalante Valley, in Iron County.
To the east, Bench Road runs north and south along The Old Spanish Trail to or from New Castle, in Iron County. Bench Road makes a great location for cabin sites, as it overlooks Enterprise and The Escalante Valley. See Land Sales at Escalante Valley, for lots, cabin sites, and investment property along The Old Spanish Trail. The Old Spanish Trail Monument, is only a couple of blocks off the paved Bench Road, near Enterprise.
To the west of Enterprise along the same route as the 49ers used in the winter of 1849 during the Gold Rush, a county road now paved takes you to Enterprise Reservoirs.
Both upper and lower Enterprise Reservoirs are great for boating, fishing, swimming, camping, hunting, rock climbing, rock hounding, and many other outdoor activities.
Traveling along highway 18 to the south of Enterprise, is where the Mountain Meadow Massacre monument is located. Just off highway 18 a block or so. It involves the Mormon pioneers and settlers following of The Mormon Trail. Further on is St. George, Utah in Washington County, the land of “Dixie”.
Alfalfa, potatoes, corn, and small vegetables are the main crops for this area.
Enterprise Reservoir has a great area for boating, fishing, hunting, hiking, climbing, hunting, mining, camping, site seeing, and arrowhead collecting.
Historic Mountain Meadow Massacre
Includes family members of the victims, historians, and others.
The Old Spanish Trail monument
The monument marks the spot where a group of travelers took a shortcut to California.
Holt canyon is on The Old Spanish Trail.
Camping – Places to Stay
Many campgrounds are located in the Dixie National Forest.
Large rooms, queen beds, TV, kitchenettes, fast food, gasoline, convenience stores, fishing, hiking and boating.
Cabins and Lodges
Convenience stores, lodging, public showers, laundromats, horseback riding, fishing, cross country skiing, and hiking.
Real Estate – Land Sales – Property – Investments – Homes – Lots
Land Sales in Enterprise and Escalante Valley, Utah
Enterprise passed a new off-highway vehicle ordinance that allows ATV and other Off Highway Vehicles to travel on many city streets. ATV riders will be able to gain access to ATV trails with some restrictions.
The rules allow ATV riders access to the business area of the city in order to get gas and supplies for their ATV trail rides.
The Enterprise Off Highway Vehicle Guide states that operators must be 8 years or older in age. ATV operators between 8 and 16 must be accompanied by an adult and in possession of a valid OHV education certificate. Other regulations like abiding the speed limits apply.