Rock Corral

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Rock Corral


(435) 586-2401

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Things To Do


The Rock Corral Recreation Area is located on the west side of the Mineral Mountain Range. Towering from the desert floor are spectacular granite peaks and enormous standing rocks with Granite Peak being the most notable feature in the area. Granite Peak rises 9,771 feet above sea level and has several times been proposed to be set aside as a wilderness area. The Rock Corral Recreation area provides a variety of recreational opportunities such as hiking, picnicking, primitive camping, rockclimbing, horseback riding, rockhounding and more. Two improved picnic areas are available to visitors. Each area provides picnic tables, and fire pits. The Big Rock Corral Picnic area also provides restrooms, and covered picnic tables which will provide some relief from the blazing desert sun. Rockhounding is a very popular activity, as the Mineral Mountain Range is one of the most mineralized in the state of Utah. Just some of the rock collecting opportunities in this area include Smoky Quarts Crystals, Obsidian, Garnets, Feldspar, Pyrite, Blue Beryl and many more.

Map of Rock Corral

Latitude, Longitude: 38.373580, -112.832172



  • Camping

    Primitive camping available.

  • Climbing

    Rockclimbing available.

  • Hiking

    Hiking permitted.

  • Hunting

    Please contact the park for regulations.

  • Picnicking

    Picnicking permitted.



From Beaver Utah travel on HWY 21 to Milford Utah 30.4 miles. Just 1/2 mile before Milford you will see a sign marking the Rock Corral Canyon turn off. This road is called Pass Rd. Travel for 2 miles to a fork in the road. The right fork will take you to the Rock Corral Recreation Area and the left to Ranch Canyon.

Phone Numbers


(435) 586-2401