Holmgren Nature Preserve and Trail

 

A project 40 years in the making, Tremontons Malad River Corridor Trail System is finally coming to life.  Dating as far back as Tremonton City’s 1978 General Plan, it has been the City’s objective to preserve and establish a trail system within the Malad River Corridor .  This first Phase of the trail system is located in the Holmgren Nature Preserve which is a 14.23 acres of ground in and around the wetlands of the Malad River and is 10′ wide and is approximately 1-mile in length. The trail is projected to be completed in the late spring or early summer of 2019.  The trail will be accessible from a trailhead which is located at intersection of 300 North and 775 East that has a completed parking lot and restroom.  Tremonton City is grateful for the following partners for providing contributions to the construction of the Trail:

  • National Park Service – River and Trails
  • LeRay McAllister Funds
  • Holmgren Properties LLC
  • Intermountain Hospital
  • Box Elder County TTAB (2016 and 2017)
  • Recreation Trails Program (2015)
  • Recreation Trails Program (2017)
  • Bear River Association of Governments

Check back at the City’s website find out more information and updates on the construction of the trail.

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