The Historic Johnson Mill, built in 1893 is a perfect getaway from the hectic everyday life. The fourteen acre property provides guests with the unique opportunity to enjoy a stroll along the lake at sunset, to picnic in a secluded area along the banks of a picturesque cascading waterfall, to enjoy a snooze in a hammock stretched between two towering trees being lulled to sleep along a gurgling brook, or take a romantic evening canoe ride in the shade of the majestic Mt. Timpanogos (this is not your typical bed and breakfast).
The Inn was recently renovated to preserve its historic charm and style and offers a variety of activities to its visitors. Centrally located halfway between Park City and Sundance, your stay at The Mill provides easy access to Deer Valley, Park City, The Canyons and Sundance Ski Resorts claiming the 'Greatest Snow on Earth'!
Nestled in a pristine high mountain valley surrounded by a crystal blue lake and a meandering river flowing with rainbow trout. Historic Johnson Mill is situated on 25 spectacular acres adjacent to a 300 acre nature preserve, providing an unparalleled picturesque setting for the enjoyment and benefit of its guests. Whether staying a week or only a night, Johnson Mill provides an unforgettable experience guaranteed to last a lifetime.
The property is located along the banks of the Provo River, adjacent to eleven miles of newly created Blue Ribbon Fishery. One of the most striking features of the grounds is the large four acre lake, sporting 18-24" German Browns and 16-18" Rainbows flowing into a 35 foot waterfall. There is also a gazebo on the lake, accessed by a pier, where one can sit and admire the sunset or watch the swans glide gracefully across the water.