House Range Recreation Area

Quick Facts

House Range Recreation Area


(435) 743-3100

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Things To Do


An arid mountain range filled with geologic wonders. Notch Peak is the third largest vertical drop in North America. Travel to the top of the world up Amasa Valley and see both the Tule Valley and White Valley. Deer hunting is popular. Hike into the canyon to see an authentic old hermit's cabin. Bristlecone pine abound in the high country. There are no accomodations but dispersed camping is available throughout. Take Marjum Pass through the Howell Peak to the north and the Sawtooth Mountains to the south. Great rockhounding in the Antelope Springs trilobite beds.

Open year-round.

Map of House Range Rec. Area

Latitude, Longitude: 39.042920, -113.405514



  • Bicycling

    Mountain biking opportunities are available.

  • Camping

    Primitive camping is available.

  • Hiking

    Numerous hiking trails are available. A little known hike in the area is the Tule Valley hike. To find the trailhead, take U.S. Highway 6/50 southwest from Delta for 12 miles to Antelope Springs Road (dirt road). Turn right and continue 24 miles. Turn right toward Antelope Spring. Continue on the dirt road to the right to a corral at Tule Spring. The hike offers great view through high altitude wetlands and forests. Maps are available from local visitor's centers.

  • Horseback Riding

    Horseback riding is permitted.

  • Hunting

    Hunting is permitted, check with park for more specific rules and regulations.

  • Off Highway Vehicles

    Off-highway vehicle use is permitted, but please contact the field office for specific rules and regulations.


Open year-round.



40 miles west of Delta Mountain on US 50/6.

Phone Numbers


(435) 743-3100