From SLC head north on I-15, and take exit 322. Turn right on W 200 S, then right again on S 200 E. Turn left at the cemetery for Woodland Drive. Continue following Woodland as it turns into a rougher paved road, past the barricade. You will park at the reservoir on your right, in the large parking lot. The trail actually starts about 100 yards up the road from here, but there's only space for 2 cars at the TH. There are no restrooms.
Distance: 1 mile
Elevation gain: 423 ft
Time: 1 hour
Dog friendly? Yes, off lesh
Kid friendly? Yes
Look for the reservoir on your right.
The very large parking lot for the trailhead.
As you walk up the road, you'll pass the Triumph Trail on the left. The Davis Creek Trail is about 50 yards past that TH, on your left, and starts in a very shaded area.
The Davis Creek Trail immediately gains elevation.
After 10 minutes the trail will start to level out a little, and you will have a nice view of the hillside.
At the bench on your right, you will be able to see Davis Creek Waterfall. Continue along the trail, and at the first trail split, you will see the sign pointing towards the "Indian Bathtubs".
Beautiful flowers were everywhere along the trail.
Just after you turn left on the first trail split, you should see this rope to help the little hikers up this section.
Climbing down by the waterfall are more ropes to help hikers up.
Too much water to see the Indian Bathtubs!
After checking out the waterfall, head back up the main trail, and you will come to another trail split. We decided to go left, but if you continue straight, it will make for a longer hike.
Crossing the only bridge.
We hiked our way down the Triumph Trail with a view of Farmington, UT ahead of us.
Although it was hot and dry on this afternoon hike, we found even more flowers.
The Triumph Trail connects to the BST, and once you get here, turn left to reach your car, making a loop.
Pass by this gate, and you'll be back to the parking lot.
Davis Creek Waterfall trail map.