Explore snow-capped mountains, lush valleys, and sweeping deserts that are habitats to diverse wildlife. Ideal destination for outdoor enthusiasts seeking a unique adventure.
Limited entry units and spike-only bull hunting opportunities on the Oquirrh/Stansbury Unit #18 and West Desert/Deep Creek Unit #19. Numerous seasons and dates are listed.
Limited entry opportunities are available on the West Desert/Vernon Unit #19. General season buck hunting is available on the Oquirrh and Stansbury Unit #18 and West Desert/Deep Creek Unit #19. Numerous seasons and dates are listed.
Limited entry permits for Rush Valley Unit #18, West Desert Riverbed Unit #19, West Desert Snake Valley Unit #19, and Puddle Valley Unit #1. Numerous seasons and dates are listed.
New hunting opportunity under development.
Limited entry for West Desert/Tintic-Vernon Unit and Oquirrh/Stansbury Unit.
Limited entry statewide. Shooting or trapping only.
Timpie, Horseshoe, Blue Lake, Fitzgerald and Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge (Juab County) are the best locations. Species: Mallards, Pintails, Wigeons, Gadwalls, Teals, Shovelers, Ring-Necked, Scaup, Canvas Back, Red Heads, and Common Snipe.
Canadian Geese at Timpie, Horseshoe, Blue Lake, Fitzgerald and Fish Springs National Wildlife Refuge (Juab County).
Rio Grande Turkeys
Available on the Oquirrh, Stansbury, Sheeprock, Simpson, and Deep Creek Mountains.
Found on all mountain ranges countywide. Requires Upland Game permit.
Mostly found in Tooele and Rush Valley areas, primarily on private land. Other opportunities are available at commercial hunting areas.
Available on Carr Fork Wildlife Management Area and Deep Creek Mountains.
Available in most alpine areas in the Oquirrh, Stansbury, Sheeprock, and Deep Creeks Mountains.
Strong partnerships between landowners, officials, and several outdoor organizations are behind Tooele County’s vibrant hunting environment. For a hunting adventure in America’s West that’s rugged, unique—and mostly unknown outside of Utah—come and discover Tooele County.
Except otherwise posted, hunting is prohibited in military operation areas and Indian reservations in Skull Valley and Ibapah. All croplands are considered no-trespassing areas unless permission is granted from the landowner.