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Trails

  • W 2425 S
  • Woods Cross, 84087
  • 801-292-4421
The 2425 S Legacy Trailhead has parking and sitting areas, a kiosk, limited landscaping, and bike parking.
  • 1500 S 1210 W
  • Woods Cross, 84087
  • 801-292-4421
This parkway connects to the north end of Mills Park. It is paved and has a bench alongside it.
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  • 1900 S 1320 W
  • Woods Cross, 84087
  • 801-292-4421
This parkway connects to the south end of Mills Park. It is paved and has benches alongside it.
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  • 1850 S 1200 W
  • Woods Cross, 84087
  • 801-292-4421
This is a paved parkway traveling within Mills Park and connecting to the North and South Drain Parkways.
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  • 1816 S Redwood Rd.
  • Woods Cross, 84087
  • 801-292-4421
Mountain View Estates Trail is a concrete walkway about a half mile long.
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  • 1875 W and 2290 S
  • Woods Cross, 84087
  • 801-292-4421
Valentine Estates Trail is a concrete walkway about a .68 miles long traveling throughout the Valentine Estates. It eventually connects to Legacy Parkway.
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  • 314 S 1800 E
  • Fruit Heights, 84037
The Baer Creek Trail is an awesome hiking trail, but it is a little tougher than average. It is one of the undiscovered wonders of the Wasatch mountains. Hiking this trail, one enjoys the peaceful sound of the creek cascading its way down the mountain. Small picnic or camp spots can be found along the way to rest or spend the night. The trail is steepest near the top, but the reward is incredible when you see the view of the Great Salt Lake and the mountains to the west.

Length: 9.5 miles
Time: 5-6 hrs up and back
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  • Canyon Creek Circle and Eastside Drive
  • Kaysville, 84037
It’s safe to say that Adams Canyon is Davis County’s most popular trail due to accessibility and the 40-foot waterfall at the end of the canyon. Adams Canyon was named for Elias Adams, an early pioneer, but today the trail is much more developed than it was in his day. The hike begins on a sandy, sun-exposed climb where barriers have been built to keep the trail from dissolving down the hillside. Once in the canyon, the trail is shaded and runs next to the north fork of Holmes Creek. You enjoy the sights, sounds, and coolness of the stream as you climb your way to the fresh and impressive waterfall at the top.
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  • 950 N and 1875 W
  • Farmington, 84025
Paved trail running along the old railroad corridor. The trail continues north into Kaysville and south into Centerville.

Trailheads:
950 N (and 875 N)
Burke Lane (Between 1725 W & 1525 W)
1525 W (North of Spring Meadow)
Clark Lane (East of 1315 W)
1100 W (North of 175 S)
500 S (West of Tippetts)
Glovers Lane (and Davis County Road)
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