Nestled along a winding road that winds across the Dugway Mountains and through the geode beds lies the marker for the station at Blackrock, located almost 14 miles from the site of the Dugway Station. Unfortunately, the ruins of the actual site of the station have not been located, but the marker serves as a tribute to the riders who traveled through the area. One of the challenges of this station was that it lacked a nearby water source, meaning that all water supplies had to be transported in. Despite these challenges, the station played a crucial role in the success of the Pony Express and the development of the American West. Visiting the Blackrock station marker is a unique and fascinating way to connect with the history of the Pony Express and the incredible riders who braved the elements to deliver mail across the country.