At White Cliffs Wagon Trail Park , you will see part of the old wagon road that was used to bring ore down from the Stockton Hill Mines to the railroad.
From the 1870s to the early 1900s the wagons carved deep ruts in the soft volcanic bedrock.
Wagon masters used the evenly spaced holes beside the road for braking or leverage with long poles.
Another road bypassed this spot in 1912, leaving the old road in its original condition. The site lies near a pretty canyon just a short drive from town on White Cliffs Road.