An abundance of recreational activities await visitors to the Richfield Field Office, including bird watching, camping, hiking, Off Highway Vehicle activities, horseback riding, whitewater boating or just driving for pleasure. The area contains some of the most spectacular landscapes and some of the most unusual and least explored recreation opportunities in the region. BLM recreational opportunities are generally dispersed and without constructed facilities. Visitors willing to take the time to explore and discover this region will not be disappointed.
McMillan Springs and Starr Springs campgrounds will be undergoing construction during the winter of 2015 through the spring of 2016. Construction activity will occur as weather permits. It's likely that work at Starr Springs will be completed in April of 2016 and work at McMillan Springs completed in June of 2016.
The campgrounds will remain open during construction. However, your visit during this time may be affected by the construction activity (heavy equipment, facilities temporarily unavailable, etc.)
With this in mind, if you choose to stay in the campground, the daily fee will not apply. If you do stay during this time, we encourage you to be mindful of the activity around you in an effort to keep everyone safe.
Feel free to contact our office if you have any questions or concerns. Thanks for your patience.
Motorized Travel Maps:
For more information on routes or recreation in the Richfield Field Office or Henry Mountains Field Station please contact us.
Richfield Field Office
150 East 900 North
Richfield, Ut 84701
Fax (435) 896-1550
Henry Mountains Field Station
380 South 100 West
Hanksville, Utah 84734