Children’s Forest at the Kiln – Leeds, UT
The Children’s Forest at the Kiln is a easy quick trail that was created just for kids by kids. Along the pathway are simple facts about plants and animals that live nearby and end at a historic kiln. For more information about the kiln, click here.
From Interstate 15, take Exit 23 or 24 to Main Street in Leeds. From Main Street, turn west on Silver Reef Road. Wind through Leeds until the road turns into Oak Grove Road. After you pass the last houses, the road crosses a creek bed and turns to gravel.
Continue to the “Y” intersection, and follow the signs toward Oak Grove Campground. Soon after the intersection, the road crosses another creek, so look for a sign and parking area on the right.
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|ROUND TRIP LENGTH:||.50 mile|
|AVERAGE HIKE TIME:||10-15 minutes|
|PROPERTY MANAGEMENT:||US Forest Service|
|BEST TIME OF YEAR TO HIKE:||Late Spring, Summer, Early Fall|
|BEST TIME OF DAY TO HIKE:||Day|
|GROUP LIMIT:||No Limit|
|PERMIT INFORMATION:||No permit required|
|WATER SOURCES AVAILABLE:||None|
|CAMP SITES:||No camping available; although there are campgrounds located nearby|
|SUN EXPOSURE:||Full sun exposure|