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First Brides Grave

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Charliebones wrote a review Aug 2019
Little Rock, Arkansas153 contributions26 helpful votes
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This is something I did to see every thing mentioned on Trip Advisor. It is across the road from Sargent Floyd’s grave. I recognized the stairs leading to the correct trail and started out great. It is uphill and fairly steep. Once atop the hill the trail splits. There are no signs to help you. Stay right and go down the hill. The interstate is very noisy and is on your left as you go down. You’ll then see the grave surrounded by a fence. Not sure why she ended up here all alone. Her story is in the Pubic Museum.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Sandy H wrote a review May 2019
Sioux City, Iowa158 contributions21 helpful votes
We were out Geocaching and FINALLY found it! It is not marked but everyone locally seems to know where it is.... Take all the Right Turns... and keep going. You'll find it!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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629ada wrote a review Aug 2018
Sioux City, Iowa54 contributions3 helpful votes
I took my kids “hiking” and they loved it. The grounds are very lush and great place for pictures! We even witness people having fun with their paintball guns!!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Karyn B wrote a review Jun 2018
Los Angeles, California170 contributions19 helpful votes
It’s like there is one sign and then you watch the YouTube video of these kind people who recorded their hike up to figure out how to get there. And it is a hike through the brush that hasn’t been cut, since Lewis and Clark passed by. The irony is you can see it from the freeway and it looks easy. Do not be fooled! And you shouldn’t give up, just keep heading up, take plenty of water, wear long pants, apply tons of sunscreen, a hat, and that American can do spirit will get you there. I did not have these, but rather a husband who was allergic to the overgrown plants and a determined daughter who loves haunted places. It was a memory that I will not soon forget. Just watch the YouTube video five times before you go or enjoy the view from the freeway. And take water.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Columbo wrote a review May 2018
Columbus, Wisconsin314 contributions36 helpful votes
The signage is missing for where to walk to see the site and the climb is a little steep. A couple of the steps are rotted and if it is wet, be careful! It was a lot of hiking for little reward, the history is a little sketchy and not impressive. DO NOT use the maps link from Travel Advisor, it takes you to the residential area on the other side where there is no access.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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