Millard County offers a wide variety of terrain ranging from high, forested mountains to desert lowlands. The area includes a surprising number of lakes and streams, with diverse ecosystems supporting mule deer, elk, pronghorn, cougars, coyotes, waterfowl, swans, eagles, falcons and many other birds, mammals and reptiles.
Much of this land is public, managed by the US Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management, and is open to outdoor recreation.
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Millard Country offers wide open spaces and rugged backcountry, with virtually unlimited opportunity for recreation. You can find solitude here. There is space to pursue your interests... space to enjoy yourself.
Come on down and have some fun!