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11.3 - Farmington Creek - Pond Section

Length: 0.8
Time: 15 to 30 minutes
Rating: easy
Elevation Rise: 100 feet
Use: jog/walk, mt bike, equestrian

Farmington Creek Pond

Description: This trail connects to the Lagoon Trail on the south and the Bonneville Shoreline trail on the north. The Farmington Pond is a popular destination for fishing and relaxing. Smooth paved pathways are provided throughout the area. From the Pond going south, just after the gate, the trail turns west (at the green fence) to the new segment that provides a pedestrian underpass on 600 N., connecting the trail to the Lagoon segment.

Trailhead location: From Main St. go east on 600 N., then north on 100 E. (Farmington Canyon Road), take the first left into the Farmington Pond area. Take the left fork to reach the parking lot by the pond. The trailhead is a paved path leading south at the bottom of the parking lot. A paved path also leads north behind the restrooms to connect to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, #1.2 and #1.3.

Contact: Megan Crowley at 631-6354


  • Fishing Pond
  • Picnic Tables
  • Restrooms
  • Ample parking
  • Horse trailer load/unload area
  • Pedestrian underpss to connect to Lagoon segment