Spring Creek

Springs in the park feed this natural stream year round. In 1873, Mormon settlers built what you now see, the Lake Bottom Irrigation Canal, which seasonally diverts water from the Provo River. This waterway provides habitat for many creatures, including muskrat, raccoon, deer, garter snakes, and a variety of birds.

This plaque is located in Lions Park at 1280 North 950 West in Provo, Utah