Hinckley is a beautiful desert oasis in Millard County, Utah and is located along the loneliest highway in America,
Highway 6 & 50 only 34.1 miles from the I15 corridor, northwest of Holden, Utah.
Hinckley was first settled in 1876 by Estraus F. Pack. During this time, the land area was a part of the LDS Deseret Ward and known as Deseret Number Three and then Bloomington. In 1891, the name Bloomington was dropped and the town was renamed Hinckley after Ira N. Hinckley.
As you travel Highway 6 and 50, we encourage you to stop and enjoy our beautiful four acre park located on Main Street and 100 North which offers plenty of shade trees for comfortable relaxing, tables for a picnic, and fun play equipment and swings for children.