Veyo, Utah sits nestled along State Route 18, about 20 miles north of St George. The small town is home to just over 400 inhabitants.
While the town is unincorporated, it does have some community amenities like a post office and its own zip code. Veyo sits close to the Gunlock Reservoir and State Park, which is also in an unincorporated community in western Washington County. However Veyo became a separate entity of Gunlock in 1918.
Those looking to experience a more eclectic vibe from Washington County can visit Veyo and experience a variety of offerings including independent restaurants, area parks, local history and local arts. located on the Veyo Main Street is a local favorite establishment, Veyo Pies.
Veyo Pies offers a wide range of specialty pies and desserts. Visitors from around the Washington County area and beyond have been known to make a pit stop at this local treasure.
Veyo sits at about 2,000 feet higher than the St. George area, so the area offers a slightly cooler climate than what residents and visitors experience in the heart of St George City.