Mapleton, Utah is actually my hometown and means a lot to me. It was originally called Union Bench back in 1850 when first settled, and not officially incorporated until 1948.
All Mapleton placed documented are on this page, sorted by address.
- Childs Barn
- Maple Canyon and Whiting Campground
- Maple Mountain / Spanish Fork Peak
- Mapleton Heritage Trees
- Mapleton Historic Town Square
- Mapleton’s School Bell
- Parks in Mapleton
- Rattlesnake Point
Historic Homes in Mapleton:
- Nino Antonino Home
- Roswell Darius Bird House
- Hyrum Smith Clyde House
- James and Rose Curtis Home
- Gallup Home
- Levi Kendall House
- A. A. and Mary Leroy Home
- Mendenhall, Hjorth, Fojtek Home
Historic Buildings in Mapleton:
Places and Things Now Gone in Mapleton:
- The Junction/Charlie’s
- Holley’s Service Station
- Mapleton Market
- Mapleton Public School
- Mapleton Railroad Depot
- Old City Hall
I’ve seen a lot of change over the years, when I was a kid in the 1990s it was probably half open fields, now it’s mostly residential.
I can remember “bragging” that I came from a town with no stop-light, that changed in 2012.
Mapleton is at the base of a couple of fun to explore mountains, Ether Peak and Spanish Fork Peak(Maple Mountain) overlook the town.
(solve the line above to know where to get the west coordinates, add 3007 to the code you already have for the north coordinates)