About Mueller Park Group Picnic
Mueller Park Group Picnic Area is located just 5 miles from Bountiful, Utah, at an elevation of 5,400 feet. Visitors enjoy relaxing in the shade along Mill Creek and exploring local trails. Natural Features: Shady maple, aspen, cottonwood, willow, pine and fir trees surround this beautiful site, offering a cool retreat from the city below. Mill Creek tumbles through the site. Summer wildflowers are plentiful and autumn leaves put on quite a show. Recreation: Mueller Canyon offers excellent trail opportunities. Hiking, mountain biking, dirt biking and horseback riding are allowed here. Mueller Park Trail is 13 miles long, gradually climbing into the Wasatch foothills through dense forests before passing Elephant Rock and ending at Rudys Flat. Kenney Creek Trail is nearby and can be used to access the Great Western Trail. North Park Trail connects with Grandview Peak Trail and Cottonwood Gulch. Facilities: This group area contains 18 day-use picnic sites, accommodating groups as small as 16 people and as large as 100. All sites have tables, campfire rings and grills. Flush toilets and drinking water are provided. Roads, parking spurs and walking paths within the site are paved. A volleyball court and childrens playground are on-site.
USDA Forest Service
Mueller Park Group Picnic is located in Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Utah
From I-15, take the Woods Cross exit. Go a half-mile east on 2600 South, 0.9 miles north on Orchard Drive, a mile east on 1800 South, then 2 miles to the park entrance. The group picnic area is 100 yards east of the locked gate at the east end of park.
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