The Eureka Cemetery was established in 1894 to serve the Tintic Mining District in what is now Juab County. Cemeteries are not typically added to the National Register of Historic Places, but the organization noted that the Eureka Cemetery is an important representation of the history of the Tintic Mining District. The Tintic Mining District was one of the first mining companies in Utah. The grave markers reveal that diverse nationalities and religions made up this early group of miners. The district produced significant amounts of gold, silver, and base metals and was named after a Goshute Indian chief.

This cemetery spans 10 acres and is located in Juab County, but is not to be confused with the Fitch Cemetery which is located nearby.


Eureka Cemetery is located just west of Eureka off of U.S. Route 6. The geographic coordinates are: 39°56′42″N 112°08′46″W. You can find Eureka Cemetery on Google Maps here.