New Timpanogos Cave Visitor Center Proposals Unveiled

February 21, 2012 / Utah, United States, North America
Entrance to Timpanogos Cave

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Last week during an open house in Highland, Utah, the National Park Service outlined its proposals for a new visitor center at Timpanogos Cave National Monument.

To replace the “temporary” trailer, put in place after the previous visitor center burnt down in 1991, the National Park Service is hoping to build an interagency visitor center at the mouth of American Fork Canyon to be used in conjunction with the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest.

In addition, a new smaller “visitor contact station” will be constructed at the cave trailhead. A shuttle to transport people between the two locations is also being considered.

For more information on the proposal or to send in your comments, visit the Timpanogos Cave National Monument Park Planning website.

Highland optimistic cave visitors center will become reality [Daily Herald]

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