The Historic Benson Grist Mill
For those of you who like to take a step back in time, Tooele County's Benson Grist Mill is the sight that can't be missed.
Now more than 150 years old, the mill was hailed as the most significant structural landmark between Salt Lake City and Reno, Nevada when it was placed on the National Register of Historic Sites in 1972.
Other Interesting Buildings at the Mill
Bolinder Blacksmith Shop – This building was moved from Grantsville, Utah to its present site in 1987. Built in the late 1920's, it was owned and operated by William “Billy” Bolinder, a skilled craftsman, who learned the blacksmith trade from his father.
Forsyth Pioneer Cabin – Built by Andrew Barker Forsyth for his bride, Emily Elizabeth Moss, in 1872. Three of the 10 children were born in this cabin. Emily grew up on a small farm nearby and regaled her children and grandchildren with stories of buying beads from Indians and helping her father boil down salt water from the Great Salt Lake.
Tooele County Wild Horse and Heritage Days Tours and Demonstrations
June 6, 7, 8, 2013
Harvest Days - Farmers Market (Saturdays Only)
Begins August 3, 2013
Benson Grist Mill Performing Arts "Unsinkable Molly Brown"
August 9, 10, 12, 2013
October 18, 19, 2013
Old Fashion Christmas
November 30, 2013