Don't forget the amazingly aromatic mountain mahogany forest and canopy at 7200 ft. for half a mile on this trail. This trail is worth it just for the aroma through these woods. No other trail has this.
The Orson Smith Trailhead has a new oval-shaped paved parking lot with a small park just to the north. The trail begins just north of the pavilion at some wooden stairs and heads directly east. After a few minutes of hiking, the trail intersects a north-south trail and has a sign indicating that the Bonneville Shoreline Trail is farther east. This sign says nothing about the Cherry Canyon Trail, but continue east until you reach another main intersection (Bonneville Shoreline Trail) where you will finally see a sign for the Cherry Canyon Logging Trail which continues east. We made it up just fine, but I thought these initial details may be helpful to someone who has never been to the trailhead before.