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Centerville Canyon Trail

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Highlights:

Beautiful Canyon Along Centerville creek
Near:Centerville, UT
Scenery:
Distance:1.3 miles round trip
Elevation Gain:951 ft
Hike Time:1 hours
Difficulty:Moderate
Trail Condition:Well maintained trail
HikeType:Out and Back



Summary: Davis County in Northern Utah contains some of the greatest hiking trails found anywhere in the country. Nestled between View Mont peak and Centerville peak is a Beautiful canyon. Suitable for a day hike or a weekend camp. The Trail is excellent and you will find several nice camp or picnic spots where you can enjoy the soothing sounds of Centerville creek as it meanders its way down the canyon. To begin your hike you will climb up a fairly steep trail for the first .25 mile, then you will drop into the canyon where you will enjoy a shady hike among the scrub oak and some evergreens. There are some creaky bridges for you to cross the creek as you work your way up the canyon. The three times I have hiked this canyon we only went about 1.3 miles the trail continues further but You will have to discover how far it goes.
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Trailhead: From I 15 take The Centerville Parrish lane exit (exit 322). Follow Parrish lane East to the end. Take the narrow road to the left. After it curves around up the hill to the right you will see the trail head sign. Continue about .25 mile and park near the reservoir. The trail begins up the hill to the East. (Lat:40.91741 Lon:-111.86388)
Trail Guides for Centerville Canyon Trail:
Best Seasons: Fall, Spring, Summer,
User Groups: Hikers, Dogs, Bikes, Horses,
Ranger Contact: Ogden Ranger District 507 25th Street, Suite 103, Ogden, Utah 84401; 801-625-511
Localhikes Reporter: This hike was submitted by Matty Ross, who has posted  26 other hikes on this site
Trail Reviews  Page 1 of 2   Submit your own review
Reviewed by BP on 7/24/2013
Nice hike. Lower trail is easier missed the swing but other hikes said it was about 10 from where we turned around. Very fun.

Reviewed by Jensen fam on 4/30/2012
For Gus- Yes, we went on the Deuel Creek, and it is the same thing. We went maybe 2 miles up the canyon, and it was BEAUTIFUL! The scarriest thing was the rivers with young kids. There was sudden drop offs into the river. It was a warm, but nice, hike. We COULDN'T find the swing, which seemed like it would be fun. I would recomend it to any family with older kids (8+ maybe...)

Reviewed by Gus on 8/11/2010
I followed your directions and it took me to Deuel Creek North and Parrish Creek trails. Am I missing something?

Reviewed by KG on 7/23/2010
We followed directions to find this hike, and we could not find this trail. We found Parrish Canyon hike, and then drove down the road by the reservoir and the next hike we came to was the Duel Canyon North, but the Duel Canyon South not apparent.

Reviewed by Viewer on 12/3/2008
If you want more information on the trial you can check my block at: http://centervillecanyon.blogspot.com/ Jim Smith

Reviewed by Nicole on 6/29/2008
My group ended up doing this by mistake. But, it turned out to be such a beautiful mistake! It was perfect for a hot day. We continued until the trail faded away. There is a really cool swing if you go far enough. Us adults had a blast!

Reviewed by Nicole on 6/29/2008
My group ended up doing this by mistake. But, it turned out to be such a beautiful mistake! It was perfect for a hot day. We continued until the trail faded away. There is a really cool swing if you go far enough. Us adults had a blast!

Reviewed by Jim Smith on 6/8/2008
If you hike down to the creek you can make a loop of the trial by turning right and follow the creek down to the gun ranch gate. From there you can follow the road down to the reservoir where you park your vehicle.


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