You can journey through well maintained rock trails to find bubbling brook and plant identifitcation throughout the Children’s Forest At The Kiln.
This is an easy trail ideally suited for children and also for adults.
Overall rating = easy
Distance: <0.1 miles return - easy Elevation gain: <100 feet - easy Terrain: flat crushed stone trail - easy Exposure: none - easy To see the trail rating system used here see Trail Rating System
Take exit 23 from the Interstate I15 and turn right onto Silver Reef Road. Follow the paved Silver Reef Road for 1 mile where it changes to the Oak Grove Road.
Follow the paved Oak Grove Road 0.4 miles where the pavement ends at a bridge and the Dixie National Conservation Area sign.
From here follow the gravel forest road 032 up the hill bearing right at an intersection a short ways along.
Continue on road 032 to the Oak Grove Campground Road which turns to the right as Road 031. This junction is 3.2 miles from I15.
Take the Oak Grove Road for 1.2 miles to the trail on the right.
The trail consists of a short loop to a 19th century silver kiln.
The trail is made of crushed rock sided by larger stones, with signs along the way pointing out specific plants.
There is a picnic table part way along overlooking the creek and kiln.
Here are some of the pictures we took on the trail.