Great Western Trail
Booneville Shoreline Trail- Follows the shoreline of Ancient lake Bonneville at 5200 feet. The Bonneville Shoreline Trail is a non-motorized trail, roughly following the shoreline of ancient Lake Bonneville at 5200 feet above sea level. It can be accessed via many of the other trails and trail heads in Davis County. The trail runs across the County north/south and provides many wonderful vistas of the County, Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake. www.bonneville-trail.org
Kays Creek Fernwood Trail - Hikers Only
Kays Creek / Great Western
3.25 miles / 3.5 hours on way / most difficult
National Forests in Davis County
Mueller Park Trail
Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness Park and Web Canyon Trail
From U.S. 89 take 400 North in Fruit Heights . Go east up 650 North and park at the Kaysville East Mountain Wilderness Park. There is a sign indicating the beginning of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, a quarter-mile up, where the trail splits. Take the right fork for Adams Canyon and/or then follow Holmes Creek along the canyon bottom for 1.5 miles. The Webb Canyon Trail begins just north of the new bridge and heads up the steep ridge on the north side of Webb Canyon. The north side leads to the Great Western Trail. The left fork circles west then south back to the parking lot. Hikers and equestrians can use the trail. All dogs must be on leashes!
Baer Canyon Trail- Hikers Only
In Fruit Heights, from U.S. 89 take Old Mountain Road to East Oaks Drive (one block south of the Rock Loft). Head east and take a left on 1800 East until the road ends. Parking is off to the right on a steep paved driveway. This is the official USFS trailhead. It is a big water tank. Trail leads to creek and crosses it several times. Trail is six to seven miles with an elevation gain of 4,400 feet. Ties into the Great Western Trail. 4 miles / 2 hours one way / difficult
Farmington Canyon Scenic Backway
Comprised of three Wasatch-Cache National Forest roads. The South start/finish is in Bountiful. In Bountiful, take 400 N. east to 1300 East. Turn north onto the Ward Canyon Road. This twenty-four mile gravel road ends/starts in Farmington Canyon. Take the Farmington exit from I-15. Head east on 600 N. then north on 100 E.). Road is steep and closed in the winter. There are two campgrounds on top. Sunset Campground has a restroom and water. Bountiful Peak does not. Take your own water, food, cell phone. Open May-October.
In Centerville. Take Parrish Lane exit from I-15 and go east. Continue on Parrish Lane until it terminates at 700 East. Turn left (north) and follow the dirt road up past the water tank until you reach a large graded dirt parking lot. Please obey all signage designating OHV trails and non-motorized trails.
4.5 miles / difficult
Holbrook Canyon Trail
Near Mueller Park Trail, follow Bountiful Blvd. to 1100 S. (south of the Bountiful LDS Temple). Hiking trail is of moderate difficulty, hard to follow in some places and crosses creek several times. Restrooms at trail head. Holbrook Canyon Trail
Moderately difficult to difficult (Crosses a stream several times).
North Canyon Trail
In Bountiful, take Bountiful Blvd. to Canyon Creek Dr. (3300 S.). Turn east and follow the road until the pavement ends. The trail head begins about one mile down the dirt road. The trail is about 1.5 miles long and has an elevation gain of 920 feet . Trail connections to Grandview Peak, Burro Mine and Cottonwood Gulch. North Canyon Trail
3.6 miles / moderate
Antelope Island State Park
Take exit #332 off I-15 and go west. The seven mile causeway to the Island is popular for bikes, roller blades and joggers. The six mile paved road loop offers access to the 20+ miles of back country trails. View wildlife. Trail maps at entrance gate. Park fee is $9 per vehicle and $4 per bike/blade/walk.
SCENIC DRIVE - Farmington Canyon Scenic Backway
The scenic route is comprised of three Wasatch-Cache National Forest roads.