Miners' Park Trail begins 50 feet beyond the wooden Miners' Park
sign. and in front of the Sylvester-Soderberg Mill railroad
When you have completed the walk around Miners' Park, you
might want to picnic in the area across the road. All 3 of the units
have tables and fire rings. Pleas pack out all that you bring.
A GUIDE BROCHURE
IS AVAILABLE AT THE MINERS PARK TRAIL ENTRANCE.
PLEASE WHEN DONE WITH THE BROCHURE FOR THE MINERS PARK LEAVE THEM IN
THE BOX FOR OTHERS OR LEAVE A DONATION OF $1.00.
HELP PRESERVE THIS PIECE OF HISTORY FOR OTHERS DO NOT CLIMB ON OR
AROUND THE DISPLAYS AND REMAIN ON THE TRAIL.
Acknowledgments for those
who made it all possible.
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If you are in the mood for a scenic walk, a 2 mile
roundtrip trail begins at the bridge below the Bully Boy Mill. The
trail will take you on the north side of the creek to an overlook above
the Bullion Canyon water falls. These 50 foot falls are especially
spectacular in the early summer when runoff swells the volume of the
those who enjoy touring by auto, turn right onto Forest Road 126 by the
Bully Boy Mill. This 10 mile journey will take you near the 11,500
foot summit of Mt. Brigham and down through Cottonwood Canyon to U.S.
Highway 89 just south of Marysvale. Be assured, the scenery is
breathtaking. The road to Cottonwood Canyon is generally free of
snow from mid-June to mid-October. The road tends to be rough in
spots and higher clearance vehicles are recommended.