Dugway Proving Ground, UT - Recreation

    Local Dugway Proving Ground, UT Parks

    Bonneville Salt Flats State Park - 100 miles away
    Phone: (801) 977-4300
    Wendover, UT 84083
    Description: Imagine a place so flat you seem to see the curvature of the planet, so barren not even the simplest life forms can exist. Imagine the passing thunder of strange vehicles hurtling by on a vast dazzling white plain. This is not an alien world far from earth; it is Utah's famous Bonneville Salt Flats.The Bonneville Salt Flats is one of the most unique natural features in Utah. Stretching over 30,000 acres, the Bonneville Salt Flats is a fragile resource administered by the Bureau of Land Management. It is located along I-80 near the Utah-Nevada border. Wendover is the closest city
    This is the Place Heritage Park - 87 miles away
    Phone: (801) 582-1847
    2106 Sunnyside Avenue
    Salt Lake City, UT 84108
    Description: Experience the daily life of 19th Century pioneers in the Intermountain West. Costumed docents and historical interpreters staff more than 40 pioneer-era homes and shops in Heritage Village, where you'll see craft/trade demonstrations and experience a wide range of "hands-on" educational and entertaining activities.
    Camp Floyd - 45 miles away
    Phone: (801) 768-8932
    18035 West 1540 North
    Fairfield, UT 84013
    Description: Believing Mormons were rebelling against the laws of the United States, President James Buchanan dispatched 3,500 troops, nearly one-third of the entire U.S. Army, to suppress the rumored rebellion in Utah. No rebellion or war ever took place in Utah. However, the army stayed to monitor the Mormons, explore the western frontier, and provide safety for immigrants moving west to California, Oregon, and Washington. Camp Floyd, named in honor of Secretary of War John Floyd, was built by the army with the help of local citizens, providing a financial boost to the local economy. At their height, Camp Floyd was the largest military installation in the United States. The population of Camp Floyd and the town of Fairfield grew to 7,000, making it the third largest city in the Utah Territory.
    Frontier Homestead State Park Museum - 250 miles away
    Phone: (435) 586-9290
    635 North Main Street
    Cedar City, UT 84721
    Description: Frontier Homestead State Park Museum tells the story of development in Iron County when in the 1850s, Brigham Young sent Mormon missionaries here to mine and process iron. Museum displays include horse-drawn vehicles used from 1850 to 1920 and a collection of pioneer artifacts. An iron industry exhibit features the only known remaining artifact from the original foundry - the town bell. In addition to the permanent collections, changing special exhibits highlight artists from the local region, as well as rarely seen artifacts from the museum's collections. Other items of interest include several historic cabins, a large collection of horse-drawn farm equipment, and a replicated pioneer household.
    Liberty Park - 85 miles away
    Phone: (801) 533-0485
    589 East 1300 South
    Salt Lake City, UT 84105

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    Antelope Island State Park - 130 miles away
    Phone: (801) 773-2941
    Antelope Island Road
    Syracuse, UT 84075
    RVs Allowed? Yes
    Description: Antelope Island State Park, the largest island in the Great Salt Lake, is home to a roaming herd of 500 bison. Pronghorn and bighorn sheep also share the rangelands that overlook the desert lake. Opportunities to view wildlife are available on backcountry trails, which are open to horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking and cross-country skiing. Please keep in mind that pets on leash are allowed on the island except on the Frary Peak trail. A visitor center offers information on the island's unique biology, geology and history.
    Yuba State Park - 140 miles away
    Phone: (435) 758-2611
    Yuba State Park, UT 84639
    RVs Allowed? Yes
    Description: The sprawling waters of Yuba State Park provide a variety of recreation opportunities for visitors. Warm water and sandy beaches, along with nearby off-highway vehicle riding areas, lure visitors during summer months. Anglers fish for rainbow trout, walleye, catfish, and northern pike. Yuba is one of the few state parks with boat-in camping and is very popular with water recreationists.
    Utah Lake State Park - 90 miles away
    Phone: (801) 375-0731
    4400 West Center Street
    Provo, UT 84601
    RVs Allowed? Yes
    Description: Utah's largest freshwater lake provides fishing access for channel catfish, walleye, white bass, black bass, and several species of panfish. Spend an evening RV or tent camping, then powerboat, canoe, or sail the day away on Utah Lake.
    Deer Creek State Park - 100 miles away
    Phone: (435) 654-0171
    Wallsburg, UT 84082
    RVs Allowed? Yes
    Description: Deer Creek State Park lies in the southwest corner of beautiful Heber Valley and consistently provides some of Utah's finest year-round fishing. Anglers fish for rainbow trout, brown trout, perch, large mouth bass, small mouth bass, and walleye. Beautiful Deer Creek reservoir is also extremely popular for boating, wind surfing, sunbathing, swimming, and sailboating.
    Wasatch Mountain State Park - 140 miles away
    Phone: (435) 654-1791
    US 40
    Midway, UT 84049
    RVs Allowed? Yes
    Description: Year-round adventure awaits - golf, hike, bike, camp, horseback ride, snowmobile, cross-country ski, and snowshoe at Wasatch Mountain. During warmer months, reserve a tee time at the popular Lake and Mountain golf courses. In winter, ski or snowmobile through the alpine terrain.