About SpringvilleOvershadowed by the Wasatch Mountains on the east and bordered by Utah Lake on the west, Springville is an important agricultural center. It was originally called Hobble Creek because horses owned by pioneers were often hobbled and left along the stream to graze; if they wandered into the creek their hobbles came off.
The Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum, 175 S. Main St., displays pioneer artifacts; for more information phone the chamber of commerce at (801) 491-7830.
Visitor Centers Springville Chamber of Commerce 110 S. Main St. Springville, UT 84663. Phone:(801)491-7830
Things to Do Springville Museum of Art
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