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What a wonderful place to stop. This place is so clean and well taken care of. The have a beautiful grass area with tables for a picnic. One of the elders gave us a tour of the fort and told us about its history. Don’t...More
We enjoyed our stop -- although it was HOT! We'd been driving for too long with small kids and this was cool, clean and super-interesting. No high pressure from informative LDS missionary guides and lots to see. There is also a shady place with picnic...More
Great historic site. Story about one man and his family that came to build a fort for the church. The fort became the center for Telegraph and mail carriers and cowboys alike. There's some really great innovations that Pioneers came up with.. take the tour.
The Mormons own this place and there is no fee, nor any pressure from their beliefs. Elder Luke gave us a warm welcome and showed us around in this pioneer-settlement that is a fort but never saw any battle. Outside there is a corral like...More
As we traveled up the I-15 toward Salt Lake City from St. George we took the very minor detour off the 70 E to visit Cove Fort. They've got many older full-time volunteers there who like nothing better than to take people through the old...More
We originally stopped at the gas station to use the restroom. But, we saw the signs and decided to have a little break from our drive home. It was so fun to learn about the fort, it's purpose, and take a tour of the entire...More
To be honest, I wasn’t expecting much. It was a cold, rainy day with not much to do while we were visiting in Beaver, so we went to Cove Fort. Our guide was Sister Fund and she was great! She is very friendly and informative....More
The Cove Fort, was an excellent stop for our family. Taking under an hour with an informative short video, this historic spot really showcased the grit, ingenuity and thoughtfulness of the areas founders.
Thank you Elder Bateman for the tour!