Welcome to Fillmore Field Office Outdoor Recreation - where visitors can experience diverse recreational opportunities, ranging from hiking and hunting to sightseeing and rock hounding.

                                 Notch Peak

Hikers, rock hounders and geology buffs may find Notch Peak, Fossil Mountain, Wah Wah Mountains, Crystal Peak, Tabernacle Hill and Pavant Butte of interest.

Sightseers can explore areas such as the Great Stone Face (an eroded lava vent), Gunnison Massacre Site, Fort Deseret State Historic Site, Sunstone Knoll (golden labradorite rock hounding), Cove Fort, Clear Lake Waterfowl Management Area, and the Fillmore Territorial State House, Utah’s first capitol.

Whether you are an experienced hiker, amateur rock hound, well-traveled sightseer, avid hunter or ATV enthusiast, the field office area provides chances for travelers to pursue their hobbies and enjoy the rugged landscape.  Hikers, rock hounds and geology buffs can take in the astounding sights and terrain of Notch Peak, the second-highest limestone cliff face in the U.S. 

After taking in Notch Peak, visit the Wah Wah Mountains, Pavant Butte, Fossil Mountain, Crystal Peak, or Tabernacle Hill and its surrounding lava beds.  

Explore the webpages listed on the right to learn more.


Recreation  Information

Millard County Tourism

Off-Highway Vehicle Use

Special Recreation Management Areas

Special Recreation Permits

Take it Outside!

Wilderness Study Areas