Located in the high desert of eastern Utah, Price blends diverse cultural possibilities with beautiful scenery, an enviable climate and plentiful outdoor recreation.
Castleview Hospital serves the community of Price and the surrounding area with comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services at its 49-bed facility and physician practices. The hospital also includes Emery Medical Center – a family practice and urgent care clinic in Castle Dale, Utah. Castleview Hospital has been named a Top 100 Hospital seven times.
Price is home to a number of federal and state agency regional headquarters and a wide variety of celebrations and festivals. The Utah State University College of Eastern Utah offers a two-year community college education, as well as art, music, theatre, dance, concerts and the CEU Prehistoric Museum, featuring one of the world's best collections of dinosaur tracks, dinosaur skeletons, a rare dinosaur egg and a prehistoric Native American exhibit.
Price's mild winters and year-round low humidity make outdoor activities particularly enjoyable, including fishing, hunting, biking, water sports and historical sightseeing. Golfers can tee off at Carbon Country Club's excellent 18-hold championship public course. Amateur paleontologists can learn and discover at Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry. Nine Mile Canyon, known as the "World's Longest Art Gallery," holds thousands of ancient pictograph and petroglyph drawings on canyon walls, as well as remnants of Native American dwellings, wildlife viewing and hiking and biking trails. Green River, Goblin Valley State Park, the San Rafael Swell and the Wasatch Plateau present even more scenic beauty and recreational possibilities.