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Cascade Springs, Davis County
(4.6/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • the site is well laid out with plenty of walkways to keep people dry. It is a bit overgrown which hides some of the geology from view but it is still a fascinating place to walk around and read about ...  more »
  • Very easy walk with lots to see. Babbling brooks and and small falls. Very pretty in fall. Easy, wide, paved trails circle around back to the entrance. Perfect for kids and families. 
  • I would so give Cascade Springs 5 stars if the darn toilet wasn't so nasty. I know, picky I guess. I love the springs though. So beautiful year round. We have seen a moose in the water before and we l...  more »
  • Beautiful but they always leave the restrooms locked. What's the point of having them if you're going to lock them for the public? Not cool. Other than that the area is nice and there is no litter and lots of wildlife. The hike is short but scenic.
  • Absolutely beautiful! It's a very nice and easy walk around the water. Be sure to have 6$ to pay for parking if you go up past Soldier Hollow. But we really enjoyed it!
  • gorgeous natural springs, not many places i know of like it. the drive up the canyon was fun and the views were breathtaking! its not strenuous and its very peaceful!
  • Cascade Springs is a go-to place for a short walk up in the mountains. The whole family can take the walk with only a few stairs or steep points. The whole trail is either high-quality boardwalk or asphalt, making it an easy walk for anyone. There are educational signs along the way that teach about local plants, animals, and the geology that creates the spring where it is. If you go in the morning or near dusk (when they close), you may see small brown trout that live in the pools and don't have any contact with outside species. This place is one of our favorites!
  • Beautiful place to visit! If you have disabled or elderly consider parking at the lower lot. It's adjacent to the springs entrance. Bathrooms at the upper lot are much better though. You can't picnic at the springs, but there are lots of picnic spots on the way up if you're coming from Cedar Hills/Lehi side. The road is very windy and narrow most of the way, 2 cars barely being able to pass, so drive carefully and consider bringing a small vehicle, if possible. We will be frequenting this canyon for sure.