Cascade Springs Interpretive Trail is a 0.7 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Midway, UT that features a waterfall and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible from May until October.
Fun little walk. The drive there is beautiful in the fall and the springs are great with well maintained paths.
Easy hike. Beautiful scenery.
Not really challenging, but very beautiful.
very easy but great for kids. Completely paved.
Great for little kids very pretty. Short hike! Waterfalls and creeks with bridges.
$6 cash for state park 3 day pass.
This is a nice little paved trail which goes through and around the springs. Great for families with small children. Love the drive up through American Fork Canyon to get there. You will need to pay to use the grounds. No picnicking allowed, either. The temperature there isn't much different than what you experience in the valley.
although this trail starts about 18 miles up American Fork Canyon this place is worth seeing. this is a easy walk for the whole family, the trail is all paved making it easily accessible for strollers and wheel chairs. their are several little waterfalls, pretty yellow flowers and when we were their we even saw a deer.
it was nice and easy for the kids that like it alot and hes fun
This is a beautiful little walk. It was totally paved. This is a great place to take friends or family that don't actually hike. We saw a moose right off of the trail today.
Very beautiful. Not strenuous. Just nature at its best
Best for sunrise before the crowds arrive. Great place to enjoy solitude early in the day.
Nice trail, all paved or boardwalks. Pretty falls and cascading water. Great spot for photos with the family.
Have been going here since I was a kid. We like to go during the fall when the colors are gorgeous. You can make this hike as long or short as you want. The easiest is a boardwalk along the springs with great views of waterfalls, ponds, and interpretive signs. All the trails loop back and start at the same place. Great place for families and kids.
Great for small children.
Beautiful area when the leaves are changing, can be crowded on the weekends.
It is a nice and easy trail that is paved. It has some nice benches to sit down and enjoy the scenery. There are some steps on one of the loops but I saw someone with a wheel chair that seamed to be having a good time. There is a upper parking lot and also a bottom parking lot. I parked at the top and it was nice and easy.