Simpson Springs Campground

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Overview

Simpson Springs Campground provides 20 campsites. The campground is situated on the eastern edge of Utah's West Desert near the historic Simpson Springs station on the Pony Express National Historic Trail. Simpson Springs was the site of a significant Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp in the late 1930s and early 1940s, just prior to the establishment of the US Army Dugway Proving Grounds during World War II.

Recreation

Hiking, picnicking, OHV riding, mountian biking, horseback riding, wildlife viewing, scenic backcountry byway, Pony Express National Historic Trail. 

Facilities

Potable water (seasonally) and pit toilets.

Natural Features

Campground is along the Pony Express National Historic Trail.

Nearby Attractions

Historic Pony Express National Historic Trail site and visitor interpretation. 

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