Cave Spring, Canyonlands National Park
Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Cave Springs Cowboy Camp was a line camp operated by the Scorup-Sommerville Cattle Company in what would become Canyonlands National Park, Utah. The site consists of a cave-like shelter under a rock overhang on the side of a small canyon. The canyon was arranged with a fence across the opening that allowed its use as a cattle pen. The site contains a great deal of material that was abandoned as the site became disused. The shelter was used from the late 1890s through the late 1960s when the park was established.By using our Canyonlands National Park itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Cave Spring and other attractions in Canyonlands National Park.
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This is a short hike, but it is packed with interesting things to see. There is an old cowboy camp with quite a few artifacts preserved under a large alcove. At Cave Spring there are a couple of picto... read more »
Awesome hike with kids.Short, interesting , few ladders to climb on, we really enjoyed it Highly recommended,
You won't want to miss the Cave Spring, self guided tour. We started at the parking lot and went to the old cowboy camp. Great display of old gear. There were a few overhangs that let you get out of t... read more »
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