Bureau of Land Management, Utah.
White Rocks is a unique uplifted geomorphic rock formation in the south end of Skull Valley near Dugway, Utah. This site provides excellent opportunities for dispersed camping, hiking, climbing, and photography. The cone shaped rock formations rise several hundred feet off the desert floor and are fun to explore and climb around on for kids and adults. Sandy soils and juniper shade trees make it a great location for spring and fall camping. No developed facilities, water, or restrooms. No fees are required.
Interstate 80, Exit 77 Dugway-Rowley, drive south on SR 196 for 30 miles, turn west at White Rocks sign onto gravel road, drive west 6 miles, turn left at fork, continue driving west for 3 miles.