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Campamento Freemont Indian State Park

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hiking
1 month ago

This is a great location. I have been 3 times and will be back. Cost is totally fair and the hot springs are great! I haven't done the hike... but I will be there tomorrow.

Snowshoed from the gate to Bullion Falls. The frozen falls were amazing

hiking
2 months ago

Check in with the staff at the Visitor Center for a map. I went up the trail marked Canyon Overlook and followed that trail as it turned into a Forest Service trail heading off into the hills. I backtracked and followed the signs for Hidden Secrets ridge and that took me down through the Court of Ceremonies. There are many petroglyphs here and there. You are right above the highway much of the time, but it is still a nice area and the park itself is full of interesting stuff, as well as a small museum.

hiking
2 months ago

Interesting archeological/historical site, but not much of a hike. You are along the highway. The woman in the Visitor Center was very helpful and informative.

camping
2 months ago

Don’t listen to Celynda Tingey review a couple down! This place is awesome. She seems to be like entitled or something like from the movie mean girls. Go get your 66$ hotel with your cockroaches. This place is not garbage filled or dilapidated at all place is beautiful and well worth the 30$ per person to Camp and soak. I guess 66$ is a lot when you live off your parents money or work at McDonald’s.

Hiked from the visitor center and almost missed the road crossing because I wasn't paying attention. I seen hand prints on rock but never this many.

hiking
3 months ago

I got confused at a sign and came down the wrong trails. Should have followed the AllTrail app

hiking
3 months ago

Interesting and informative trail and trail guides

6 months ago

6 months ago

Hiked with small children. 99% of the hike was easy enough for them. To get down to the waterfall, look for a white strap/rope tied to trees. That will help you go down the steepest parts. There are another couple of pink ropes to help you too. Not crowded, fun destination.

hiking
6 months ago

Perfect little detour hike heading south. We did this with 2 instagram teenage girls with little complaints. Dog friendly but did not see a safe path to the water so we enjoyed the view about 30 years away.

hiking
6 months ago

Trail is more overlooked than others. it has as much to offer as the other, don't miss.

hiking
6 months ago

Take binoculars, other wise hard to view because of distance away

Nice leisure walk to cave with rock art.

hiking
6 months ago

Short trail doable by most exhibiting rock art.

Numerous rock art. Not a hard trail while at Fremont

hiking
6 months ago

Short trail to a bluff shelter with rock art. Do while doing others at Fremont.

on Mystic Hot Springs

7 months ago

Fun place

nature trips
9 months ago

This spot is a great addition if you are camping or driving near by! The hot springs ranged from warm to very hot depending on what your preference is. Mystic also offers old hippie bus rentals, live music, and a little store filled with hippie goodies like clothes, rocks, and jewlery. $16 a person is a great deal when you consider it goes towards preserving, maintaining and cleaning these natural springs.(also we did not see any trash on the site, only a homemade stage and a few cabins) It may not be for everyone but if you love supporting local business and relaxing in hot natural baths it's perfect!

road biking
Sunday, December 31, 2017

Spectacular Trail - starting in Elsinore the dedicated bike trail hugs US 89 on a well kept trail up until it reaches the Big Rock Candy Mountain rail trail that winds up the canyon providing stunning scenery. We did the 32 mile out and back on this trip. Going out is mostly uphill but gradual and only about 750 feet of ascent. The trail ends at the Candy Mountain Resort. We did this trip on Dec 29th, 2017 on a aberrant, warm day of 65 degrees in Utah and the trail was stunning in the dead of winter. I can only imagine it is even more beautiful when there are leaves on the trees...

hiking
Sunday, October 01, 2017

This hike was very beautiful! The waterfall was not as full as I've seen in other pictures but hiking it today it still had a lot of water. A very good hike!

hiking
Sunday, September 10, 2017

We had fun looking around the old mine sites and cabins on and around the trail. We only saw 2 other people the whole time, which was really nice. It was a good hike overall, and we'll do it again. The Falls were beautiful!

camping
Monday, July 10, 2017

I came here with my boyfriend, who had been before and said it would be a good addition to our camping/hot spring road trip. As many reviews have mentioned, the garbage and run down buildings were quite an eye sore but we continued in to soak and camp for the night. Once we were told the outrageous prices by the woman at the counter we didn't even consider staying for a soak. $33 PER PERSON to camp and/or $16 per person just to soak. I'm sorry, but there is no way in hell Im staying on a garbage filled dilapidated property for $66 per night.....more than I would spend on a hotel!! Don't waste your time, there are many other nicer hot springs in Utah.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

we were able to push the small stroller the whole way.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

small kids had a blast

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Very easy, very fast trail. My kids loved the cave and the lizard we saw on our way there.

Friday, April 21, 2017

It is an Indian cave. I used to hike to this as a kid. They had to put up bars at the opening of the small cave to prevent vandals from ruining the hind prints.
Nice hike for kids and not dangerous at all. Worth seeing.

snowshoeing
Sunday, February 05, 2017

Because of the snow we had to start near the city water tank. It added an extra 2.5 miles each way and the snow was packed enough that we didn't need snowshoes. Once we got to the trailhead the powder was deep enough to require snowshoes. We broke trail is 6-10 inches of powder. The trail had beautiful views and climbed gradually until half way then more steeply to the view of the Falls. The Falls were completely iced over and beautiful.

walking
Thursday, January 12, 2017

This was surreal. I actually felt like I was invading private space; it seems to be an old-style hippie enclave, with the residents living in vintage and relic vw vanagons, school buses and gypsy trailers. The trail is not marked, and no one was there to tend the springs, although the folks I ran into were extremely friendly. There's also a leftover 1800s cabin circle, not marked or anything. Fascinating from a historical standpoint, but a bit weird.

hiking
Friday, August 19, 2016

Great little trail for the kids. There are not 100 hand prints... :( it's more like the Cave of 10 hands and some really faded not sure it's Indian Cave... :)

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