Starr Springs CampgroundElevation 6300 feet. 12 campsites at the southern tip of the Henry Mountains. Scale Mount Hillers, towering above the campground at 10,723 feet or explore the benches and mesas that surround these remote, uplifted highlands. Bring your own water- reliable sources are mighty scarce out here. Information on the resident bison herd.
Driving DirectionsFrom Hanksville travel 25 miles south on Hwy 95; then 17 miles southwest on Hwy 276; and then north via a dirt road for 5 miles to the campground
For Visitors...The things to do at Starr Springs Campground are bike riding, hiking, hunting and wildlife viewing. Visitors taking a southeast Utah vacation can find camping spots here. There's a picnic area.
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