Middle Canyon

Location: 1.3 miles southeast of Tooele City’s Oquirrh Hills Golf Course. Campsites are inside the canyon.
Season: Canyon is closed during winter months.
Facilities: Several improved and unimproved campsites can be found throughout the canyon. Improvements include fire pits, picnic tables. No water. No disposal available; must pack out all trash. At Left Hand Fork six camping spots with small amphitheater and vault restroom.
Reservations: None. First come, first serve basis.
Availability: Check in anytime. Maximum stay seven days. No daily fee.
Restrictions: Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Tooele City Hall, proceed south on Main Street (SR-36) for one-half block to stoplight. Turn left onto Vine Street and continue east for two miles to canyon’s mouth. Continue up canyon. Campsites are found on either side.
Contact: Tooele County Corporation at (435) 843-4020.

Deseret Peak Complex

Location: At the intersection of SR-112 and Sheep Lane between Tooele and Grantsville Cities.
Season: Year-round
Facilities: Six RV pads with full hookups.
Reservations: Call (435) 843-4020 year-round. Reservations are recommended.
Availability: Check in and check out 10 a.m. No access 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. Monday through Saturday; 6 p.m. to 7 a.m. Sunday. No maximum stay. Fee: $15 per day.
Restrictions: No open fires allowed.
How to get there: From Tooele City Hall, proceed north on Main Street (SR-36) for one half block to stoplight and turn left onto SR-112. Continue west for six miles to Deseret Peak Complex. Stop at gate and see attendant before proceeding.
Contact: Tooele County Corporation or Deseret Peak Complex at (435) 843-4020.

Other areas across Tooele County

Locations mentioned below offer mostly unimproved to primitive campsites with limited to no RV access. Call contact numbers ahead of time for availability, restrictions and road conditions.

Silver Island Mountains at Bonneville Salt Flats

Contact: Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office. (801) 977-4300.

White Rocks in Skull Valley

Contact: Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office. (801) 977-4300.

Horse Shoe Springs in Skull Valley

Contact: Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office. (801) 977-4300.

Lookout Pass on Pony Express Trail

Contact: Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office. (801) 977-4300.

Five Mile Pass at southern end of Oquirrh Mountains

Contact: Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office. (801) 977-4300.

Pony Express Trail from Five Mile Pass to Ibapah

Contact: Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office. (801) 977-4300.

Knolls OHV Area in the Great Salt Lake Desert

Contact: Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake Field Office. (801) 977-4300.
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