These ruts are remnants of the Oregon/California Trail pioneers. This route was established in 1842 and was used for more than 40 years. The ruts are visible on the left as you enter the Oregon Trail Park. Approximately 2
The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers built this museum in 1983. It features antiques, photographs, and books depicting local history. Special tours outside regular hours and days can be arranged by calling (208) 547-3706, 547-3472, or 547-3888
Fairview Cemetery was formally established in the late 1800's and is the largest cemetery in Caribou County. Although many early settlers and founders of the City of Soda Springs are buried here, the best known graves are the Wagon Box Grave and "Carriboo Jack's" Grave.
WAGON BOX GRAVE