U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Salt Lake Field Office|
The Salt Lake Field Office is located in the northwest corner of Utah and encompasses 3.3 million acres of public lands. Much of this area is part of the Great Basin region, a place of isolated mountain ranges separated by desert playas and wide sweeping sagebrush flats.
This area is also a land of illusions, floating islands and vanishing water mirages. Almost touching the Utah-Nevada border are the Bonneville Salt Flats, a unique expanse of pure, white salt crust. This geological oddity is world-renowned as the location of international landspeed racing. Just south of the Salt Flats lies the Pony Express Trail, where young riders risked their lives from 1860-61 delivering the mail from Missouri to California in only 10 days. [more] To learn more about opportunities on your public lands, please contact or visit our office.
Salt Lake Field Office