Area Status: Open
This area is Open

Image showing a cabin and equipment as if from the 1800s

The Miner's Park Interpretive Area shows what life was like for the early gold miners of the Bullion Canyon Drainage. As early as 1865 this canyon has drawn thousands of gold seekers. Gold flecks can still be found in the creek that weaves it's way through this gorgeous canyon. Pay attention to the Forest Service Road that leads to Miner's Park as you will pass by separate stops that illustrate the life of a miner. ATV access is limited strictly from the forest boundary to Miner's Park. This road will lead you to a horse and foot trail #074, Bullion Falls Trailhead.

At a Glance

Rentals & Guides: Self guided walking and driving tours of the history of mining in the area.
Fees None. Donations are accepted for maintenance of the area.
Open Season: May
Usage: Medium
Restrictions: Day use only. No camping allowed.
Closest Towns: Marysvale, Utah
Water: No water available
Restroom: Vault Toilet
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information


Miners Park is located 6.5 miles west of Marysvale, Utah. From Marysvale, at the junction of Main Street and Bullion Ave travel west on Bullion Ave. for 0.6 miles. Turn left on Bullion Canyon Road and continue 6 miles to the park. 


Parking is limited.

Recreation Map

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Day Hiking


Rental info: Self guided tours provided by information brochures available in the area.

Horse Riding & Camping

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Rocks & Minerals

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8120 feet