National Trail Day celebrations coming to Davis County

Published May 30, 2012 3:15 pm
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Davis County will be celebrating National Trails Day on June 2 at several spots along the Denver and Rio Grande Western Rail Trail.

Games, prizes, refreshments, doggie prizes, trail information and bike safety information will be available at all sites from 10 a.m. to noon. Guests are encouraged to wear superhero costumes (yes, that's for real), and leashed pets are welcome.

Locations and extra attractions are as follows:

Clinton — 2300 N. 1000 West: Superhero costume contest, scavenger hunt

Clearfield — Steed Park, 300 N. 1000 West: Wheel of Fortune, fishing

Layton — Ellison Park Elementary, 750 N. Cold Creek Way: Geocaching, other games

Farmington — Legacy Events Center, 151 S. 1100 West: Superhero costume contest, superhero games

Kaysville — corner of Webb Lane and Flint Street: Geocaching, bike/skate repair booth, bike helmet sale, balance bike demo (10:30) & race (11 a.m.) for pre-school age children, superhero costume contest, Kaysville police K-9 demonstration

— Erin Alberty

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