Clear Creek (Utah)

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This article is about the creek. For the community, see Clear Creek, Utah.

Coordinates: 38°34′53″N 112°15′23″W / 38.58139°N 112.25639°W / 38.58139; -112.25639 Clear Creek is a creek in Utah which joins the Sevier River near the city of Sevier. It flows alongside Interstate 70 just east of where I-70 meets I-15.

It is best known for its Fremont culture Native American archaeological finds and Fremont Indian State Park, which celebrates these finds.

Clear Creek is also the name of what has almost become a ghost town in the same area.

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