Eden Creek Ranch was a small family ranch and the center of the community for the mines up in the hills above it. According to Helen Fallini, Giovanni Fallini employed Abe Arigoni to build a stone ranch house at Eden Creek around 1910. The Fallini family lived there and supplied food for local miners and the camp at the Reveille mill. His children walked a couple of miles down to the mill to go to school every day.
There is another small mining camp called Eden a few miles up the canyon. A few buildings and mill remain there.