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Wellsville Pond
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Overview
Location

Wellsville, Cache Valley, Northern Utah

Sights

Large Pond, Birdwatching, Fishing, Walking Trail

Distance

~ .5 mile

Parking Lot Elevation

N/A

Summit Elevation

N/A

Elevation Gain/Loss

N/A

Time Required

15+ min

Pets

Yes on a leash

Fees

No

Water Info

None potable

Best Season

Late Spring, Summer, Fall

Hours

Closes at dusk

Sun Exposure

Moderate

Trail Condition

Paved trail around the entire pond

Restrooms

Yes

Visitor Center

No

Camping

No

Food

None, so bring snacks

Equipment

N/A

GPS Coordinates: 

Trailhead:41.62838 N, 111.93128 W

Driving Directions:

The pond is right in the center of town near the tabernacle. The parking lot is right off of 100 East in Wellsville.


The Trail: 

This is a beautiful pond in Wellsville, Utah in Cache County. There is a very nice paved walking trail around the entire pond. The trail is about a half mile long. Its a great place to go for an afternoon walk or for a picnic.

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This trail and pond are a great place to view lots of different birds at different times of year. When I was here last there were a lot of Coots.

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The pond is in a beautiful area with the Wellsville mountains providing an amazing back drop. There is a baseball field, play toys, and batting cage as well.

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The pond is stocked with lots of fish. I have caught some very large rainbow trout here. There are several fishing decks around the pond.

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There is also a very large picnic area that can be reserved for familys. There are also several individual picnic tables.

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Personal Thoughts:

This is a really nice place to go for an evening stroll. Its fun to do some quick fishing, or play some catch on the field. I love to see the birds, and other animals. I have seen several muskrats swimming here. This is a great place to take your family for some relaxing fun.

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About The Author
Josh1990
I love adventure! I live in Cache Valley, Utah. Do you have questions on any of my Treks? Email me @ joshua.oyler@gmail.com

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