Come and see! There is plenty to do and space to do it in!
Millard County is home to some of the best ATV/UTV opportunities in the country.
Famous Paiute ATV Trail
Central Utah’s 275-mile long Paiute ATV Trail, part of which falls in Millard County, is a loop trail with no beginning and no end! It passes through several towns and has side trails leading to others. Dirt Wheels magazine rates the Paiute ATV Trail as one of the 15 best trails in the country. It has been rated as one of the top five trails in the country by ATV Illustrated magazine. Many riders consider the Paiute Trail to be the top in the United States.
The Black Rock Desert is a volcanic area, or volcanic field, covering more than 700 square miles in eastern Millard County. See landforms including volcanic cones, lava tubes, pressure ridges, and craters.
Dark Skies & Sunsets
Dark Skies, Endless Stars, Amazing and Beautiful Sunrises and Sunsets. The wide open spaces of Millard County allow endless space and opportunities to witness the grander of the cosmos. Come witness the stellar views of the night skies of the Great Basin.
Crystal Ball Cave & Warm Springs
Located in Gandy, Utah – north west Millard County, Crystal Ball Cave features beautiful formations, walls, floors and ceilings made of calcite crystal.
Wild horses still run free on Millard County’s west desert. Come and see!
Notch Peak’s sheer cliff juts up about 3000 feet above the desert floor. It is an amazing site-one of the most dramatic cliff faces in America.
Joy Ghost Town
Joy was settled in 1872 as the center of the Detroit mining district. Significant gold, silver, manganese and copper were extracted from the area.
Pahvant Heritage Trail
Nine beautiful points of interest make up this culturally rich trail in Millard County.
Great Basin National Park
From the sagebrush at its alluvial base to the 13,063-foot summit of Wheeler Peak, Great Basin National Park includes streams, lakes, alpine plants, abundant wildlife, a variety of forest types including groves of ancient bristlecone pines
Painter Springs is a treasure of the desert. A beautiful canyon full of pink granite upthrust.
A cabin built in a hollowed out section of a large boulder by a skilled craftsman.
The Hermit of Marjum Pass made a living keeping the pass clear of debris. A cave turned into a home.
Great Basin Museum
Great Basin Museum was established in 1989 to tell our story, the story of Millard County and nearby areas. Our region is rich in cultural and natural history and our mission is to describe and interpret that history in a way that will make your visit pleasant, educational, and thought-provoking. We gage our success by the number of visitors who pass through our doors and so we will do all we can to make your visit to Delta memorable and hope that you soon return.
Travel back to the days when travel was by horseback and covered wagon, and discover what sort of accommodations a nineteenth-century traveler could have expected.
Take a step back in time and experience Utah’s oldest existing governmental building. The Statehouse served a variety of purposes after 1858. It functioned as a civic center, religious meeting center, school, theater and even a jail.
Topaz Relocation Site and Museum
The government and the U.S. Army, citing “military necessity,” removed 110,000 men, women, and children from their homes and took them to ten remote camps.
Old Fort Deseret
Travelers stopping at Fort Deseret will have an opportunity to see first-hand the ingenuity of early settlers as they walk through the old mud fort.
Great Stone Face
A stone with an uncanny resemblance to a man.
Located only 38 miles from Delta in Juab County, the Little Sahara Recreation area is one of the few in Utah that is totally devoted to the OHV recreational sport. The whole recreation site is a giant designated riding area. It will take only moments after you reach the dunes that you are suddenly thankful that you have a whip flag on your machine to make you visible to your fellow recreationists as they come at you from every direction.
A monument that stands in recognition of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in shaping this nation, past and current.
Fishlake National Forest
The Fishlake National Forest in central Utah features majestic stands of aspen encircling open mountain meadows that are lush with a diverse community of forbs and grasses.
Clear Lake Bird Refuge is located south of Delta, off of Hwy 257. It consists of a series of small lakes and ponds that are used heavily by migratory waterfowl and other birds and animals.
Two different and unique Elephant Rock Attractions in Millard County to seek and find… You’ll have to find the right angles to view these sneaky elephant look-alikes. Can you find them both?!