This Haunting Road Trip Through Utah Ghost Towns Is One You Won’t Forget
Harrisburg Utah had a short, tragic history. Originally founded as Harrisville in 1859, the town was flooded in 1869 and moved farther north up Quail Creek. The new town, Harrisburg, also flooded. Indian attacks and a locust plague finished the town off by 1895. Several stone houses, including the Orson Adams Home (pictured here) still stand.