Mill creek Canyon is a canyon in the Wasatch Mountains and part of Mill creek City on the east side of the Salt Lake Valley, Utah. It is a prominent amusement region both in the late spring and in the winter. It was named by Brigham Young on August 22, 1847 preceding the majority of the mills that were implicit and beneath the thickly forested canyon. It is home to two cafés and six Boy Scout Day Camps.
Mill creek Canyon is by Parley's Canyon on the north and Big Cottonwood Canyon on the south. In spite of the fact that maybe the most open canyon to Salt Lake City, its upper ranges are considerably less visited than neighboring canyons.
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