Silver King Mine Interpretive, UT

US Forest Service

Silver King Mine Interpretive

Interpretive Site (Minor). This is a historic Gold Mine that was claimed by Brigham "Brig" Daniel Darger of Spanish Fork, Utah in 1894. It was a working gold mine throughout the 1890's and...[more]



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From Marysvale, Utah take West Bullion Avenue .5 mile. Follow the road to the right (Forest Road #113) for 12 miles. Optional access is from exit 17 on Interstate 70. On the North side of this interchange take ForestRoad #113 12 miles heading south to the Silver King interpretive Site.

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