Leeds is in the center of Southern Utah’s many national and state parks including Zion, Bryce Canyon, Quail Creek and Snow Canyon.
The “country” Town of Leeds is well known for its history. Noted in the past for its abundant fruit and sorghum, the town has always been the area having the longest growing season in Utah. Quiet Main Street has numerous buildings dating from the 1800’s. Fifteen houses built prior to 1900 remain standing on the Town’s Main Street. Friendly people and long seasons of pleasant days and nights make this country town an enjoyable place to visit and wonderful place to live.