Millcreek Canyon is a result of 20 million years of geologic activity. Nomadic Paleo-Indians most likely hunted in this area during the late ice age from about 12,000-8,000 B.C. The canyon got its name from mills established from the 1850s through the 1890s by Latter-day Saint pioneers. These mills dotted the trail all the way up to the top of East Millcreek Road. More History To explore this site, scroll over or touch images below.
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