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About Huntsville

The small community of Huntsville lies in the center of Ogden Valley, a small valley surrounded by the Wasatch Mountains. When the Huntsville Reservoir was built, it approached the town both on the north and the south, leaving it on a peninsula. With the reservoir, a nearby ski resort, and picnicking and camping in the nearby canyons, Huntsville is surrounded with recreational opportunities. Ranches and farms cover the surrounding valley, giving way to the forested slopes of the mountains.

Jefferson Hunt, his family and other settlers arrived in Huntsville in 1860, buying the land from the indians for 2 ponies and other payments made over a period of seven years. The settlement grew to 800 people by 1880 and is the main town in Ogden Valley. As of the year 2000, the population was 649.

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6800 East
6900 East
7000 East
7100 East
7200 East
7300 East
7300 East Street
7400 East
7400 East Street
7500 East
7600 East
7700 East
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Fifth South Street
Fourth South Street
Huntsville Reservoir
Main Street
Second South Street
Sixth South Street
Third South Street

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