Iron Mission State Park (10/01/2006) With a new foundation, this building should be able to stand for another hundred years or so.
Stream (10/01/2006) The park is adjacent to a creek or irrigation ditch that is not well integrated in the park.
Contraption (10/01/2006) A contraption put together by early Utah pioneers.
Fire Engine (10/01/2006) This is an example of an early fire engine. It provides something to lean against while watching a building burn down.
Farm Equipment (10/01/2006) This piece of ground proved to be a bit too rock to plow.
Wheels on Display (10/01/2006) Picture includes wheels used by the pioneers in the foreground and wheels currently in use in the background.
Ski Tow (10/01/2006) This contraption was used to tow skiers prior to the development of the modern ski lift.
Iron County Visitor Center (10/01/2006) The Iron County Visitor Center at 581 North Main is also the center for Chamber of Commerce events. The building is adjacent to the Iron Mission State Park.
Cedar City Chamber (10/01/2006) This modest building just south of the Iron Mission State Park museum houses the Champber of Commerce, Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum and the Iron County Visitor Center.
Iron Mission State Park
Iron Mission State Park in Cedar City features an interesting collection of buildings and equipment used by Utah's early pioneers. The collection includes farming equipment, carriages, and other rather clever inventions of the pioneers.