Mill Creek Parkway


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Mill Creek Parkway Facts

States: Utah
Counties: Grand
Length: 2 miles
Trail end points: S 100 W and Rotary Park along S Mill Creek Drive
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 9645587

Mill Creek Parkway Description

The hallmarks of Mill Creek Parkway are its ease and family-friendly pace. This is the trail you want to be on in Moab if you just want to take a stroll along the water, if you want to read outdoors under the shade of a poplar, walk your dog in the late afternoon, or if you simply want to safely take your kids to the park. It’s a trail that encourages lingering: riparian birdlife flits on the water’s edge or in the trees above, inviting the curiosity of trail users.

The trail begins in Rotary Park, whose highlight is the “free notes” musical playground. From there, the trail snakes north and west along Mill Creek, passing the Youth Garden with its outdoor pond; Bark Park dog park and the Arbor Day Grove where the trees were planted in 1999. The trail can also be used for commuting as it connects to Grand County Middle and High schools.

The trail ends at S 100 W.  Note that the City of Moab prohibits the use of electric bikes of any class on the Mill Creek Parkway.

Parking and Trail Access

The Rotary Park trailhead is the best place to park. To get there, from US 191, make a slight right onto S Mill Creek Dr. Stay on S Mill Creek Dr. for about a mile and half. The park will be on your left. 





Mill Creek Parkway Reviews

Lovely bike path

Great for getting around town, or as a destination in itself. There are now road signs to help you find your way.

The new bike park is now finished and accessible from the path. Midway, you’ll cross Main Street (UT-191), and can detour for coffee, lunch or ice cream.

At the end of the path on 100 w., you can pedal quiet city roads to access other town recreation sites, like the BMX park and Slack line park on 500 w., or the City Park and swimming pool complex on 100 w.

From the other end of the path at Rotary Park, it’s a short ride up to Sand Flats and the Slickrock Trail.

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