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.
- Maple Canyon and Whiting Campground
- Mapleton Heritage Trees
- Mapleton’s School Bell
- Parks in Mapleton
- Rattlesnake Point
Historic Homes in Mapleton:
Historic Buildings in Mapleton:
There are several parks in Mapleton.
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.
Visit my list of places in Utah.
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