GOOSEBERRY I-70 TRAILHEAD
I-70 Trailhead is located on a sand bar point with Salina Creek flowing to the south. Shade is provided by Russion Olive trees. There are six dispersed camp sites with picnic tables. Facilities include a vault restroom, information kiosk, parking, and graveled road and camp spurs. ATV trails (50") and horseback riding (Great Western Trail) begin from the trailhead. Please pack-out what you pack-in. Camping stay limit is 16 days. Please stay on designated routes.
At a Glance
|Closest Towns:||Salina, Utah|
|Water:||No water available|
The Gooseberry I-70 Trailhead is located about 9 miles east of Salina Utah. In Salina at the junction of Main Street and State Street, head south on State Street for approximately 2 miles until you reach I-70. Turn left (east) onto I-70 east-bound from Salina, for approximately 6.5 miles. Exit I-70 at Gooseberry Road (Exit 63), and then turn right (south) on the Gooseberry Road for approximately 375 feet. Turn left on the frontage road and travel about 0.4 miles to the dispersed campsite and trailhead. Watch for signs.
OHV Trail Riding
The Fishlake National Forest has completed a route designation process as shown on the official Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM) dated August 2007.
The State of Utah has a reciprocity ATV/OHV licensing agreement with several other states. This link shows a list of states that do not have a reciprocity agreement with Utah. If your state is listed here you must purchase a "Non-Resident Permit".
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