The hills around Peteetneet provide a fun location for free Snow Sledding/Tubing during the winter.
PETEETNEET MUSEUM & CULTURAL ARTS CENTER
10 N 600 E, Payson, UT 84651
The Peteetneet Museum and Cultural Arts Center was named after the Ute Indian Chief, Peteetneet, who lived near the creek that runs through what is now called Payson. Although he died on December 23, 1861, the Peteetneet School, which was erected in 1901, was named in his honor. This building is a historical landmark in Payson. The Victorian-style building served as an elementary school until 1988.