Tooele County Physical, Cultural & Historical Features

Note 1: The Cultural Feature "Locales" can be very helpful in getting oriented in a new community.
Note 2: Links for Local Area Search and Driving Directions are below each feature map.

Physical Features
Areas 4
Bars 3
Basins 8
Bays 7
Capes 6
Cliffs 4
Flats 15
Forests 1
Gaps 23
Islands 3
Lakes 11
Pillars 4
Plains 1
Ranges 10
Ridges 12
Springs 105
Streams 62
Summits 121
Valleys 268
Woods 2
Cultural Features
Airports 9
Buildings 27
Canals 3
Cemeteries 14
Churches 33
Civil 12
Crossings 1
Dams 5
Hospitals 2
Levees 2
Locales 73
Mines 49
Parks 9
Post Offices 2
Reserves 1
Reservoirs 13
Schools 16
Towers 13
Trails 3
Tunnels 1
Wells 30
Historical Features
Civil 2
Military (Historical) 2
Populated Places 2
Post Offices 1
  • Physical Features are the natural features of the Earth's surface.
  • Cultural Features are landscape features that were created or shaped by humans.
  • Historical Features are features that no longer exist on the landscape.
  • Historical Landmarks: Utah's National Historic Landmarks