SILVER KING MINE INTERPRETIVE


Area Status: Open

Interpretive Site (Minor). This is a historic Gold Mine that was claimed by Brigham "Brig" Daniel Darger of Spanish Fork, Utah in 1894. It was a working gold mine throughout the 1890's and it was his place of residence with his wife Pansy Permelia Brown and their ten children. Throughout this interpretive area there is a trail with 8 interpretive information posts.

At a Glance

Open Season: June
Usage: Medium
Restrictions: No camping allowed. Pets must be on a leash. Fires are prohibited.
Closest Towns: Marysvale, Utah
Water: No water available
Restroom: Vault toilet
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions:

The Silver King Mine Interpretive Site is located approximately 12 miles northwest of Marysvale, Utah. From Marysvale, Utah go west on  West Bullion Avenue for 0.6 miles. Follow North Beaver Creek Road (FR113) as  it turns right for 11.7 miles. The site will be on the left.  Optional access can be made from exit 17 on Interstate 70. On the North side of this interchange take FR 113 11.6 miles heading south to the Silver King interpretive Site.


Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Activities

OHV Road 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".

Help prevent soil erosion and resource damage.

Interpretive Areas

Throughout this interpretive area there is a trail with 8 interpretive information posts.

Group Picnicking

Picnic areas.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
38.481235

  Longitude : 
-112.371280

  Elevation : 
9,400 feet