Located around the northern end of the Fish Springs Range, Boyd Station is one of the best-preserved Pony Express Stations in Utah. Built of stone and featuring gun ports, this small station has been remarkably well-preserved over the years. This is likely due in part to the fact that Bid Boyd, the station master, stayed at the site well into the 1900s. Today, visitors to Boyd Station can explore this historic site and gain a unique perspective on the Pony Express and the riders who traveled through the area. A visit to Boyd Station is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of the American West and the remarkable people who helped to shape it.