Trail-ways developed along the creek provide campers staying in Carbon’s campground with a tour of this picturesque valley. The campground is adjacent to a ball diamond, outdoor swimming pool, basketball court, and playground. The walking/biking trails loop into downtown Carbon where a leisurely stroll is the order of the day.
Relax in the Heritage Garden in the back of the historic Farmer’s Exchange Building where you can not only have a picnic, but also peruse the art gallery and read about Carbon’s Mystery Murder in its mining days.
Municipal Campgrounds, Trail System, Farmer’s Exchange Building – Museum, Gallery, Heritage Garden, Pottery, Outdoor swimming pool, and skating rink, Diamond Valley Subdivision.
Prickly Pear Gallery; Farmer’s Exchange Museum; Carbon Lions Sports Day; Carbon Lions Oktoberfest
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