Haight Creek Trail – Farmington Hollow Section

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Hiatt CreekHaight Creek Trail – Farmington Hollow Section


Length: 0.5 mile
Time: 15 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Elevation Gain: 54 feet

Description: This is a pleasant little nature walk through a heavily wooded hollow along Haight Creek. The trail starts at the southern edge of the Farmington Hollow Subdivision and emerges a short distance later in the middle of the subdivision. A sidewalk connection is available to the north providing access to Main Street in Kaysville, Cherry Hill, and the Oakridge Preserve Trail (#5.1) to the south. Please stay on the trail as private property is on either side.

Access Locations:
Access #1 – 1475 S.: Go north off 1475 S. in Kaysville where the road crosses from Farmington over Haight Creek into Kaysville.

Access #2 – Farmington Hollow: 1800 N. Stayner Dr. in Farmington


  • Enjoy a pleasant nature walk through a beautiful hollow.
  • Find a bench to sit on and read a book or just enjoy nature.
  • Young mothers with babies can have a relaxing stroll for some fresh air.
  • If you are quiet, you may even see a deer or two.
  • If you are up for a morning jog, make this part of your route.
  • The trail was built by three Eagle Scout projects.

Trail Surface and Status: An excellent nature trail with smooth, compressed “crusher fines” gravel.