The McPolin Farmstead is a historic farm north of Park City, Utah, United States. It has buildings constructed c. 1921 and later, including a large “improvement era” dairy barn, approximately 100 by 35 feet (30 m × 11 m) in footprint. It was purchased by, and is owned by, the nearby city of Park City, Utah. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
|Silver Lake (3.8 miles)|
Guardsmans Pass Overlook (5.1 miles)
Big Cottonwood Canyon (6.2 miles)
Donut Falls Trailhead (7 miles)
Arcadia Trailhead (14.9 miles)
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Beehive House (20 miles)
Temple Square (20.1 miles)
Ensign Peak (20.7 miles)
Utah Lake (32.3 miles)
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McPolin Farmstead, 3000 Utah 224
Park City, Utah 84060
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