Great veiwes and awesome glimpse into history.

Crockett Garden Marker
Crockett Garden Marker
User: WarriorHistorian - 2/1/2015

Location: Good Water Trail

Rating: 5stars
Difficulty: 2stars  Solitude: 3stars
Miles Hiked: 8.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments:

Hiked 4 miles in from the Cedar Breaks Park TH past Crockett Gardens. While Crockett Gardens was gorgeous and a great glimpse into history I was saddened to find that a large portion of the area, including where the springs flow out of the limestone cliffside and the old 3 walled structure, are fenced off and marked private property. The landowners have obstructed a large fence that causes a choke point on the trail. I'm absolutely dumbfounded that they would do this to prevent explorers from taking the whole area in especially since it's not easily accessible from the rest of their land due to a good size cliff wall. There was still much of the original structures that we could explore along with the falls. Highly recommend this trek to anyone who loves good views and history. Will return to explore further in the future. As always Id be happy to accompany fellow travelers, marksanderson23@icloud.com.



Log Photos
Crockett Garden Marker
Crockett Garden Falls
Shed ruins
Springs crossing
Old wall
Old corral
Very tall primitive fence
Find me if you can
Nice view
Area around Good Water Trail
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