Nestled 10 miles east of Milford, you will find the Rock Corral Recreation area at the head of the Corral Canyon. You will be amazed by the towering granite peaks that surround you at this location that has a little bit of everything. This area provides a variety of recreational opportunities such as hiking, picnicking, primitive camping, rock climbing, horseback riding, and rock hounding.
Looking for a geocachers paradise? This is the spot for you. You could spend hours hunting out a wide range of caches that are spread through the desert floor.
Rockhounding opportunities galore abound within the granite monoliths near Rock Corral. Some of the most common finds include smoky quartz and feldspar crystals. The best place to start looking is a half-mile radius around the picnic area, so don’t forget to pack your lunch!
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Go for a Ride out to Mags Brothel
There are so many great rides around the Minerals. A favorite ride is the trail out to Mags Brothel.
Ever wanted to be a detective? Here is the perfect spot for you to earn your sleuth status with geocaching available to visitors. Kid friendly with the difficulty level being a 2 out of 5–you’ll get a good workout in walking this terrain with amazing views of the rough granite peaks that parade from the desert floor up to the highest summit of the range, the 9,771-foot Granite Peak. Pack a lunch and enjoy the covered and uncovered picnic areas.
This is a rockhounds wonderland. At the foot of one of the most mineralized mountains in the state. The Mineral Mountain Range not only offers Smoky Quarts Crystals, Feldspar, Pyrite, Blue Beryl ,Obsidian, Garnets, but an incredible views for you to enjoy during your hunting adventures.