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 Utah Travel Center Counties Rich • Facts


Rich County is located in the extreme northeast corner of Utah. There are two versions of how Rich County got its name. (1) named for the fertility of the Bear River Valley (the county was first called Richland), (2) named for Charles C. Rich, a Mormon apostle, instrumental in the settlement of the Bear Lake area

Area: 1,034 sq. miles

County seat: Randolph

Economy: agriculture, cattle, sheep, recreation

Highest point: Swan Peak at 9,114 feet above sea level

Points of interest: Bear Lake State Park, Randolph LDS Tabernacle.

Population:

1990 - 1,725
1996 - 1,822

History for Rich County

Rich County School District
P.O. Box 67
Randolph, UT 84064
Phone: 801-793-2135
Fax: 801-793-2136
Schools in district: 4
Students in district: 564

County Courthouse
P.O. Box 218
Randolph, UT 84064-0218
Phone: (801) 793-2415
FAX: (801) 793-3122

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