Farmington Creek Trail

Kaysville, Utah

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A 30-foot waterfall near the top, open views of the canyon, tumbled and shot-up early-twentieth-century cars hidden in the trees, a cave, and the wonder of Farmington Creek are the interesting highlights of this easy-access trail located just up Farmington Canyon. The trail begins in a gravel parking lot at the point where the road up Farmington Canyon changes from paved to gravel. ATVs frequent the upper road, but no motorized vehicles are allowed on this lower trail, which cuts quietly up the canyon paralleling Farmington Creek up to Sunset Campground, a primitive forest service campground. The views across the canyon, down to the creek, and out to the Great Salt Lake add to the flavor of the family-friendly trail.

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"A 30-foot waterfall near the top, open views of the canyon, tumbled and shot-up early-twentieth-century cars hidden in the trees, a cave, and the wonder of Farmington Creek are the interesting highlights of this easy-access trail located just up Farmington Canyon. The trail begins in a gravel parking lot at the point where the road up Farmington Canyon changes from paved to gravel. ATVs frequent the upper road, but no motorized vehicles are allowed on this lower trail, which cuts quietly up the canyon paralleling Farmington Creek up to Sunset Campground, a primitive forest service campground. The views across the canyon, down to the creek, and out to the Great Salt Lake add to the flavor of the family-friendly trail."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Kaysville
Distance: 3.8
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 2.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Bountiful Peak, Peterson
Driving Directions: Directions to Farmington Creek Trail

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May 2018