CLIMATE: High altitude, above 9000 feet
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Summer only
Can be found by traveling north of vernal on us 191, go about 23 miles or so to the red cloud loop road turning west. Travel on this road toward what is called east park, keep traveling about another mile and a half to where the road turns westward to what's called kane hollow. Almost another two miles you'll find a little used two-track road going up a steep hill and between a couple old cabins. 1/4 mile further and there you are.
REMAINS: Numerous cabins and stuff
|In the 1880's, a cowboy/prospecter named L.P.Dyer was looking for gold in the high Uintahs; he found a little but there was alot of copper to be had. Alot of mines opened opened up soon afterward and Bullionville sprang up to support the miners. Town prospered until the early 1900's when the copper veins where played out. In the 1930's the Civilian Conservation Corps gave the site another breath of life when they established a camp there Submitted by: Paul J Tabbee(Snake