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BLM Salt Lake Field Office Seeks Public Comment on Draft Campground Business Plan

Simpson Springs Campground

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Salt Lake Field Office is now accepting public comment on a draft business plan that proposes to increase camping fees at three campgrounds located in Tooele and Rich Counties. To help offset increased operating costs, the BLM proposes to raise overnight fees as follows:  $15 per site at Simpson Springs; $12 per site at Clover Spring; and $12 per site at Little Creek.  New group site fees at Simpson Springs and Little Creek would be set at $60 per night.  The group site fee at Clover Springs would be raised to $45 per night. 

Written comments on the Salt Lake Office Draft Campground Business Plan will be accepted through Dec. 10, 2014.  To download a copy of the draft plan and learn more on how to submit comments, please click on the following link:


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The SLFO is located in the northwest corner of Utah. Much of this area is part of the Great Basin region, a place of isolated mountain ranges separated by wide sweeping sagebrush flats. 

This area is also a land of illusions, floating islands and vanishing water mirages. Almost touching the Utah-Nevada borders are the Bonneville Salt Flats, a unique plain of almost- pure, white salt. This geological oddity is one of the only places in the United States where one can see the curvature of the earth over dry land. Just south of the Salt Flats lies the Pony Express Trail where horse riders risked their lives delivering the mail in 1860 and 1861.  [more]

Salt Lake Field Office
2370 S. Decker Lake Blvd
West Valley City, UT 84119
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