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Mission Statement

"The Vernal Area Chamber of Commerce is committed to advancing the economic and educational growth and health of the community"

Your Chamber of Commerce

Your Chamber is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a healthy economy and to improve the quality of life in our community.

Chamber members are businesses, organizations and individuals concerned with the socioeconomic climate of our community. They have joined together because they know they stand a better chance of getting things done when they speak as one voice.

Area Introduction

Vernal, Utah, the county seat of Uintah County, is located 320 miles west of Denver, Colorado. Our area offers spectacular beauty, impressive vistas, Fremont Indian Art, Jurassic Era Fossils and views of some of the earth's oldest rock formations.

The area is also rich in the arts with the Uintah Arts Council providing year-round cultural events including the Community Concert Series and the popular Outlaw Trial Theater. Vernal also hosts one of the largest PRCA rodeo's in the United States. Held each July, the Dinosaur Roundup Rodeo has been voted one of the best outdoor rodeo's for several years.

I want business leads, will the Chamber help me?

The Chamber is designed to enhance the marketplace. The Vernal Area Directory of Businesses is open only to Chamber members and referrals are made only to Chamber members listed in the Directory. Here you make important contacts which enhance your business.

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Vernal is also home to the Utah Field House of Natural History Museum that showcases the geological and prehistoric grandeur of the area. The Field House is a natural partner with nearby Dinosaur National Monument home of the largest deposit of Jurassic era fossils found to date.

Flaming Gorge dam and reservoir is located just a short drive north of Vernal and are located on the Ashley National Forest. The forest, along with the Bureau of Land Management, offer fantastic opportunities for hiking, fishing, camping, white water rafting and horseback riding.