Spanish Fork, Utah: Icelandic Monument: Viking Ship and Lighthouse Team Field Report

800 E. Canyon Rd, Spanish Fork, UT
Southeast of downtown. From UT-198/S. Main St. turn east at the stoplight to continue on UT-198. Follow UT-198 for eight blocks. You'll see the small lighthouse on the left, at the corner of UT-198/E. Canyon Rd and S 800 E.
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Icelandic Monument: Viking Ship and Lighthouse

Mormons established the USA's first permanent Icelandic settlement here in the 1850s. Report... [01/06/2021]

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Icelandic Monument: Viking Ship and Lighthouse

The Icelandic Monument is very nice, and you can park right next to it.

[Steve Braun, 06/25/2022]

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