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Honeyville is a city in Box Elder County, Utah, United States. The population was 1,441 at the 2010 census.
Honeyville was first established in 1861 when a ferry was put across the Bear River at this location. In that same year, Anson Call built a sawmill in Honeyville. He later sold the mill to Abraham Hunsaker. The place was known as Hunsaker’s Mill until it was organized as an LDS ward named Honeyville in 1877. Hunsaker was the branch president in Hunsaker’s Mill and then the bishop of the Honeyville Ward until 1889.
Family Life in Honeyville
Honeyville Park is located in the west end of town across to tracks. It has a soccer field that the town let soccer teams play games. The park is also set up with a baseball diamond that baseball teams play games or practice on. The park is used for the Fourth of July celebration by the town. Many families come to the park for family parties and other get to gatherings. On the east side of the park, kids can play in a fenced-in playground. People can eat under the Bowery. To schedule the park, bring in the for reservation form from this page or stop by the city offices and fill one out. There will be a fee for the use of the park.