Description & Overview

From the descriptive plaques, this is a pygmy forest.  It is also a children's forest.  Descriptive signs were written and drawn by children for children.
The Kiln is about 50 feet out of your vehicle.  You can journey through well maintained rock trails and plant identification throughout the Children's Forest At The Kiln. 
This wonderful historical educational trail is a great activity for families.  Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy an afternoon of exploration, education and history.

  • Tips: No Restrooms
  • No Potable Water supply
  • A picnic table and park benches exist along the trail.

  • Area: Leeds, Utah (Silver Reef)
  • Course: Out and back
  • Terrain: Dirt Road
  • Distance: 50 ft from parking
  • Map: see details below
  • GPS Route: none needed
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Length: 0.4 miles
  • Duration: Less than 1 hour
  • Family Friendly

For references, additional photos and information, visit Utah's Washington County Historical Society.

Historic Charcoal Kiln & Walking Trail
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