Milford is a small city in Western Utah with a population of approximately 1,400 in 2018. It's on the eastern side of the Great Basin, being neither too far from I-15 to the east nor Great Basin National Park to the west.

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"Milford" is an abbreviated form of "mill" and "ford."

History Edit

Settlers established ranches in the area in the 1870s, but the construction of the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad in 1880 brought about development in Milford. A road was constructed from Milford to Beaver, Utah by works from a nearby CCC camp during the Great Depression.

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Although Milford is not a very large town, those who enter it from the sparsely populated region to the west via State Route 21 will see it as a great, thriving city compared to the lack of development in the surrounding regions. It is also notable for being a farming region in the Great Basin.

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Map of Milford (Utah)
  • 1 Veterans Park & Garden, 485 W Center Street (Intersection of 600 South Street and South 100 East Street). Artificial waterfall and a lawn area with a few trees.

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  • 1 Brody's Taco, 485 W Center Street (close to the Oak Tree Inn), +1 435 387-5042. M-F 10AM-9PM, Sa noon-8PM, closed on Sunday.

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  • 1 Oak Tree Inn (Travelodge), 777 West Highway 21 (Near State Route 21), +1 435 631-9603. A decent motel close to a restaurant and with a garden area. Also includes a restaurant called Penny's Diner.

Go next Edit

  • Baker is a small community close to the Utah-Nevada border.
  • The nearby town of Beaver will make you think you are at the foothills of the Rockies; however, you are actually closer to Bryce Canyon.
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