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The Kenney Creek Trail Head is located at Mueller Park in Bountiful. Kenney Creek Trail is on the north side of the paved road. Parking is limited at the trail head. Restrooms and picnic facilities are available.
The Mueller Park Trail Head is located in Mueller Park. It is a 13 mile out-and-back trail rated as moderate. The trail is popular and used by mountain bikers, families, dog walkers, trail runners, and hikers. It is 3.6 miles to Elephant Rock, a perfect spot to watch the sunset over the Great Salt Lake.
Elephant Rock is a part of the Mueller Park Trail. It is popular and used by mountain bikers, families, dog walkers, trail runners, and hikers. It is 3.6 miles to Elephant Rock which is a perfect spot to watch the sunset over the Great Salt Lake.
North Canyon Trail is a 3.6 mile trail rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
Bountiful Pond is a beautiful, fun area to take the family! It has several wildlife observation areas, picnic areas, parking, a large trail system, fishing piers, a boat ramp, and restrooms.
This urban trail is a network of pavement and sidewalks. There are informational kiosks describing the historic Bamberger Railroad. These trails connect the surrounding neighborhood with shopping, the Centerville Library, and Porter-Walton Park.
Parrish Canyon Trail connects to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. The Parrish Sunset Trail is approximately 0.75 miles long and fairly steep. The trail is exposed to direct sun until the very end, thus providing an incredible view of the Great Salt Lake, Antelope Island, and gorgeous sunsets.They are on the very east end of 400 N. Follow the paved road up to the dirt parking lot at Firebreak Road.
This trail is a family-friendly half-mile loop with two bridges that cross Ricks Creek. There is a picnic area with two tables and plenty of shade.
A kiosk marks the start of this trail, just off the Fire Break road. It begins with a fairly steep climb. The trail levels and passes a campsite, then descends to the creek side and continues up the canyon where it merges with the Deuel Creek South Trail.Length: 2 miles round trip
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