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5 unforgettable ghost town adventures across the state of Utah

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  • Lagomorph Salt Lake City, UT
    Oct. 29, 2012 11:06 a.m.

    Please note that while some of the Frisco townsite is on public land, the majority of the historic Frisco mining district (which has several well preserved structures of its own, including the remarkable Old King David headframe) is on private property. It is posted, gated, and patrolled. Visitors should respect private property. The same may apply to the other sites mentioned.

  • county mom Monroe, UT
    Oct. 29, 2012 12:51 p.m.

    Widstoe is almost all private land as is Frisco do not go there without permission. People have a right to not have their property trampled and grafitied, in many cases. I am pretty sure most of the other ghost towns that are mentioned are on private property. Get permission first. There was a time that people allowed visiters to take pictures and enjoy the scenery, but thanks to the burning down of the Bundyville Church by enviromental extremests, property owners do not trust vistors.