Springville is a city in Utah, United States situated between the cities of Provo and Orem. The population was 29,540 at the 2010 census. A few minutes south of Provo, Springville is a community known for its peach and cherry orchards as well as its heavily visited temple (which has made it one of the most religious places in America). It has also won recognition for its historic downtown and cultural diversity.
The geography of Springville consists mainly of rolling hills, which makes for very scenic views. The land outside of these mountains tends to be flat farmland stretching from Salt Lake City down to the marshes bordering Utah Lake. However, as stated before, there are mountains as well as several rivers and creeks that run through the area.
Springville’s main attractions are its historic downtown and it’s temple. The large Mormon influence also adds to the culture of the area, as nice restaurants and shopping centers cater to locals and visitors alike. Tourism is a major source of income for Springville. There are many local attractions that people come from all over the world to see. This includes City Creek Center – a large shopping center built along the creek of the same name – and some incredible sites found in Springville’s Historic District.