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'''Santaquin''' is a small city town in the [[Wasatch Front]] region in the state of [[Utah]] in the [[United States]]. It hugs the bottom of Utah Valley and is generally considered the southernmost city in the Wasatch Front. Santaquin has a population of approximately 8,500.
==Understand==
Although Santaquin appears to be a rural farming community - and it's true that there are a number of farms and orchards in the area - many people who live in Santaquin commute to work in other areas in the valley, such as [[Payson]], [[Springville]], or [[Provo]]. Santaquin has two elementary schools and a charter school for grades K-8, but high school and junior high students attend school in Payson,5 miles away.
==Get in==
==Do==
*<do name="Santaquin Orchard Days" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="+1 801 754-5805" url="http://www.santaquin.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=101&Itemid=303" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Santaquin's summer festival held yearly in August. Features a car show, cherry pit spit, pie eating contest, grand parade, rodeo, and much more.</do>
*<do name="Santaquin Canyon" alt="" address="Canyon Road" directions="Center Street turns into Canyon Road south of I-15 and continues up the canyon" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">The canyon is well known for ice climbing and mixed climbing [http://mountainproject.com/v/utah/wasatch_range/santaquin_canyon/105879666]. ATVs are illegal in the canyon, but snowmobiles are allowed if there is at least one foot of snow.</do>
==Contact==
The '''Santaquin Public Library''' [http://santaquinlibrary.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=131:computer-and-internet-usage&catid=54128&Itemid=283282] (20 W 100 S, M-Th noon-8PM, F noon-5PM, Sa 10AM-2PM) offers public computers and free wireless (obtain access code at front desk).
==Get out==
 
*'''Young Living Lavender Farms''' [http://www.youngliving.com/en_US/company/farms/farms/profiles/monaUtah.html] in [[Mona]].
*'''Tintic Historic Mining Area''' [http://www.juabtravel.com/mining_district.htm].
*'''Yuba State Park''' [http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/parks/yuba].
*'''Uintah-Wasatch-Cache National Forest''' [http://www.fs.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsinternet/!ut/p/c5/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3gjAwhwtDDw9_AI8zPwhQoY6IeDdGCqCPOBqwDLG-AAjgb6fh75uan6BdnZaY6OiooA1tkqlQ!!/dl3/d3/L2dJQSEvUUt3QS9ZQnZ3LzZfMjAwMDAwMDBBODBPSEhWTjBNMDAwMDAwMDA!/?ss=110419&navtype=forestBean&navid=091000000000000&pnavid=null&cid=null&ttype=main&pname=Uinta-Wasatch-Cache%20National%20Forest%20-%20Home].
*'''Payson Lakes''' [http://www.utahfishinginfo.com/utahlakes/paysonlakes.php].
*'''Nebo Loop Scenic Byway''' [http://www.utah.com/byways/nebo_loop.htm].
*'''Utah Valley''' - [[Payson]], [[Springville]], [[Provo]], and [[Orem]].
 
 
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