Dragongoose Farm is an interesting site, featuring an historic home and granary built in 1875. Settler Niels Bergeson planted a box elder tree around 1874 that is listed as a Utah Champion Box Elder. Part of the historic home was used as the Bergeson Maternity Home from 1939-1949. When you visit this site, be sure to take yourself on a tour of the 1/2 acre flower garden, which has more than 300 rose varieties; and in the fall purchase a gallon of Dragongoose gourmet apple cider. See Dragongoose Farm’s website for more the history and ongoing stories of their beautifully kept website.
Please call before you visit.