Tropic, one of three small communities nestled in the valley of the red cliffs of Bryce Canyon National Park, is a community, whose name reflects the beautiful fruit blossoms in the spring, green grass of summer, and the brilliant colors of fall...
The climate is relatively mild, with the last frost usually occurring in the latter part of April and begins freezing in Mid-October. Winter bring cold temperature and snowfall.
Tropic is centered in some of the most beautiful scenery in the Western United States. Located in Garfield County on Utah's All American Road and Scenic Byway 12, just off Utah Heritage Highway 89 south of the City of Panguitch. In addition to Bryce Canyon, there are three state parks and a national monument all within a few miles; Kodachrome Basin, Escalante Petrified Forest, Anasazi Indian Village and the Grand Staircase National Monument.
From its humble beginnings in 1892 with approximately 15 families, Tropic has prospered to a thriving community of over 550 residents; and continues to enjoy the benefits of country living.