Farmington Creek Trail

Ezra T. Clark Park, Utah

Distance2.2mi
Elevation Gain52ft
Trailhead Elevation4,237ft
Top4,250ft
Elevation Min/Max4231/4250ft
Elevation Start/End4237/4237ft

Farmington Creek Trail

Farmington Creek Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Farmington, Utah. It is within Davis County Fairgrounds, Farmington Pond Park, and Ezra T. Clark Park. It is 2.2 miles long and begins at 4,237 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is a mile with a total elevation gain of 52 feet. The Teton Terrace, Wasatch Terrace, Black Hills Terrace, Cascade Terrace, Sawtooth Terrace, Meadow Terrace, Targhee Terrace, Clearwater Terrace, and Canyon Terrace shelters and the Legacy Event Center RV Parking are near the trailhead. There are also trees. Bridger Terrace, Park Valley Terrace, Birch Terrace, Elm Terrace, Copperfield Terrace, Pioneer Pavilion, Cedar Terrace, Honey Locust Terrace, Bighorn Terrace, Rockport Terrace, Willow Terrace, Aspen Terrace, Castle Rock Terrace, Juniper Terrace, and another shelter, the Lagoon Campground camp site, the Model Train Museum and Telephone Museum museums, and the Rattlesnake Rapids attraction can be seen along the trail. There are also restroom and a water along the trail. The trail ends near the Uintah Terrace shelter. This trail connects with the following: D&RGW Rail Trail.

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60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Salt Lake City (Menasha Ridge Press)
Greg Witt
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"The trail follows Farmington Creek, the largest stream or river in Davis County, up a broad canyon to a primitive U.S. Forest Service campground. A 40-foot waterfall near the top of the trail and expansive views make Farmington Canyon a rewarding destination, especially in spring and fall." Read more
"This urban fishery, in the midst of the city of Farmington, gets a lot of pressure, especially in the evenings. Locals know the hatchery truck schedule for Farmington Pond well. As a result, the planted fish rarely last longer than three days. The city manages the fishery and does not allow ice fishing. Farmington City Reservoir is usually open to fishing April to December; the season varies depending on the weather. Key Species: Rainbow trout, bluegill, and channel catfish." Read more

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Trail Information

Ezra T. Clark Park
Nearby City
Farmington Pond Park
Parks
USGS: Bountiful Peak, Peterson
Local Maps

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Dec 2018