Located in remote north-central Box Elder County west of the Golden Spike National Historic Site. The springs were named early in 1869 by Central Pacific Railroad crews who used the fresh water springs as a water source for their Locomotives. It's also a great spot for fishing, waterfowl hunting, camping or bird watching. This a Drive to or Fly in cache
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