Pony Express Trail Interpretive Sign

The Pony Express Trail Interpretive Site was established by the Bureau of Land Management in the early 1990s to provide a valuable resource for visitors traveling across the Great Salt Lake Desert to view the many Pony Express Station markers. The site features a sign that encourages visitors to respect the land and its history, and to tread lightly as they explore this remarkable region. It’s important to note that visitors to the Pony Express Trail should be aware that there are no services available on the trail for over 100 miles between Vernon and Ibapah. Despite the remote nature of the area, the Pony Express Trail Interpretive Site serves as a fascinating destination for anyone interested in the history of the American West and the intrepid riders who helped to shape it.