Located in Northwestern Washington County, Utah, Enterprise is a small city featuring just shy of 2,000 residents. Although small in size, both landmass and population, the community strives to offer residents and visitors with plenty to enjoy about the town. The annual Corn Festival at the end of each summer highlights the city’s founding and heritage in its Mormon and agricultural roots.
Enterprise was founded after a group of Mormon pioneers settled an area located just west of Enterprise called Hebron. Settlers eventually left that small settlement and created the town of Enterprise. After years of development, the determined and hard-working pioneer settlers built a large dam to help farmers water and grow their crops during the dry summer months.
Enterprise is also home to the scenic mountain views of the Great Basin. With this scenery, the town also has a variety of outdoor activities for residents and visitors including hiking and ATV trails, camping spots, and several nearby lakes for fishing and boating activities. Enterprise is located about 45 minutes from St. George City, providing area visitors with access to even more outdoor activities along the way.