Established in 1870, Teasdale, Utah, lies in the foothills of Boulder Mountain, and the residents have lovely views of the colorful ridges of Capital Reef National Park. This is a small, unincorporated town with a population of 191 per the 2010 United States Census report. Teasdale is part of Wayne County, and it is located just south of the geographical center of the state.
Teasdale has its own US Post Office, a volunteer fire station, a restaurant, and several places to spend a night or longer. The Dixie National Forest Service office also calls Teasdale home. A few other small businesses also are located in town, but there are no gas stations or grocers. The Teasdale Cultural Center was built in 1917, and it was constructed with red rock mined nearby, and it was designed to mimic the beautiful Temple Square Tabernacle in Salt Lake City.
This is a very scenic and beautiful place to call home or visit.