The Bureau of Land Management manages about 42 percent of Utah, almost 22,900,000 acres of varied countryside. Most of that land is in southeastern and western Utah. It is made up of everything from sprawling desert lowlands to rolling uplands, colorful red-rock canyons and the snow-capped peaks of remote mountain ranges. The BLM manages these lands for the purposes of extracting energy and minerals, providing livestock forage, protecting historical, cultural and natural resources and to provide opportunities for folks to enjoy outdoor recreation and incomparable solitude.

The list below is not nearly complete: there are more BLM recreational opportunities in Utah than even the BLM can keep up with. Slowly I'm finding and collecting data, photos and maps to fill more and more of these items out.