Until the 1940s, residents of this remote town of Boulder received their mail by mule. Although Boulder remains small and quiet, its location on Scenic Byway 12, All-American Road, and its status as a gateway to the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, has brought more visitors and attractions to the town. Worth the trip alone, Boulder's Anasazi State Park and Museum marks the site of an Anasazi village that predates AD 1200.





In the Vicinity


Family Fun Adventures
Bicknell International Film Festival (BIFF) is held annually during the 24th of July weekend at the Wayne Theatre, (435) 425-3123,
Big Apple Days is the annual 4th of July celebration featuring a parade, family cookout, and the "best dance in four counties" at night. Contact the Wayne County Travel Council, (435) 425-3365. 
The Escalante Canyons Art Festival is held annually in September. It is a celebration of art inspired by the unbelievable surroundings, (435) 826-4199.
Grand Staircase-Escalante Monument 
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Interpretive Center is built to represent an ammonite fossil. The outside dinosaur garden features life-size metal dinosaur, bird, and mammal sculptures, (435) 675-3200.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
745 E. Hwy 89, Kanab, 84741


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  • Boulder

    Scenic Byway 12 and the Burr Trail Scenic Backway meet at this town with incredible views of monuments, parks, and recreation areas, all part of the American West