Torrey Tourism

Torrey is a town located on State Route 24 in Wayne County, Utah, United States, 8 miles (13 km) from Capitol Reef National Park. As of the 2010 census, the town had a population of 182. The town was established in the 1880s by Mormon settlers, and was initially known as Youngtown, after John Willard Young; it is generally held to be named after Jay L. Torrey from Pittsfield, Illinois. Torrey was a member of the Wyoming legislature, who, upon the advent of the Spanish–American War, achieved national attention by proposing the creation of what became three volunteer cavalry regiments, made up of cowboys and stockmen. Torrey was commissioned Colonel of the 2nd Regiment, the "Rocky Mountain Riders"; the 1st Regiment, the only regiment to see action, was better known as the Rough Riders.


This is a perfect opportunity to take a break from your routine and enjoy a fun-filled holiday. Torrey in United States is an ideal destination for a vacation! This city is located in the close proximity of a major city Page, United States. Add Page to your vacation plan, it has an interesting bunch of activities to do on your visit like Bryce Canyon, Inspiration Point, Bryce Point. To reach Torrey, hop on a flight to airport which is the nearest major Page Municipal Airport. A holiday in Torrey can generally be of 1-2 days.

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