Kiwanis Park at Battle Creek Canyon Paranormal Investigation
We are going to the historic Kiwanis Park at the mouth of Battle Creek Canyon in Pleasant Grove, Utah to conduct a paranormal investigation. We are inviting individuals, couples, and small groups (up to a total of 40 people) interested in the paranormal to join us as we investigate this historic place.
Battle Creek Canyon was the site of the first armed engagement (on March 5, 1849) between Mormon pioneers and the Native Americans that inhabited Utah Valley.
People have reported many paranormal activities at this venue including hearing voices, and seeing orbs, faces, and shadow people in the trees.
To get to Kiwanis Park at the Mouth of Battle Creek Canyon in Pleasant Grove, drive east on 200 South until the road ends, and look to your left for the big blue Kiwanis Park sign above the bridge. We will be starting at 8:30 P.M. at the pavilion just across the bridge.
This investigation is totally outside but will not require strenuous hiking. The area we are investigating has several small meadows, unpaved trails, brush, weeds, trees, and the remnants of an old electric power station.
For your safety, we recommend wearing long pants, sturdy, close-toed shoes or boots, and a good flashlight.
For your comfort, we recommend bringing a sweatshirt or jacket as it may get cold as it gets later in the night (we will be in a canyon). Also, consider bringing a folding chair as some of the areas we will investigate don’t have chairs or benches.
Kiwanis Park at Battle Creek Cayon may or may not have running water available, but it does have two “port-a-potties”. Advanced Paranormal Services will provide bottled water for the participants.
We will start at 8:30 p.m. with a check-in, a safety briefing, evidence sharing, and a question and answer session. We will then split into small groups led by experienced investigators and then begin the investigation of specific locations.
1. All participants MUST be at least 18 years old and sign a liability release.
2. No alcohol or drug use permitted. Intoxicated event participants will be asked to leave the event.
3. Because of the fire danger, no open flames or cigarettes will be allowed during the event.
3. As always, we strive to create an entertaining event; however, paranormal activity can’t be guaranteed.