Goshen City

  • 10 West Main Street
  • Goshen, UT 84633

Goshen was once known as "Sandtown" and "Mechanicsville." The city changed names several times before its first Bishop, Phineas W. Cooke, named it for his birth place, Goshen, Connecticut. The city of Goshen is a small farming community located between Santaquin and Elberta on US highway 6. Goshen is located in Goshen Valley, where Fremont Indian rock art, pottery shards, and pictographs can still be found. (Information courtesy utahcountylistings.com, utah-county-real-estate.com)