Fillmore is a city in Millard County in the US state of Utah. It was the
capital of Utah Territory from 1851 to 1856. Fillmore is located about 148
miles south of South lake City and about 160 miles north of St. George. It
is considered the "Last Frontier" for growth in the state of Utah. Visitors
can take the opportunity to stop at Fillmore and explore historic buildings
and enjoy getting acquainted with Fillmore. There are lots of lodging and
eating facilities to make visit worthwhile and enjoyable. The city is
nestled at the foot of an imposing mountain range with numerous campground
facilities and trout stream fishing.
Things to do in Fillmore, Utah
Tabernacle Hill is located west of the Fillmore. Thousands of years ago,
this old volcano flared up leaving behind stretches of lava fields and
craters. These lava fields are approximately 10,000 to 24,000 years old and
were formed while Lake Bonneville was receding.
Cove Fort Historical Site is an excellent place to visit for history buffs.
The architecture of this historical fort offers excellent photo opportunity
Meadow Hot Spring
Meadow Hot Spring is located just west of Meadow, in an open field and is
an excellent place to rejuvenate.
Best Time to Visit Fillmore
Weather-wise, the best time to book flights to Fillmore is from March to
May and then from September to October. It is the time when the climate is
cooler than other months of the year and thus is apt for sightseeing.
Airports in Fillmore
Flights to Fillmore are operated from Fillmore Municipal Airport. It is a city-owned public-use airport located about
4 kilometres from the centre of Fillmore.