From I-70 take Exit-23 (Panguich/Kanab) about 17 miles south of Richfield onto US 89 south and drive 12 miles to Marysvale.
From Main Street in Marysvale turn west onto Bullion Ave .5 mile and turn north onto Beaver Rd. This road heads west 10.1 miles to Beaver Creek Rd. turning into Kimberly Road. From here you can take the fork and head east down Deer Creek Rd just over 7 miles to the Rest Area on HWY-89 where you can get on the Piute Trail just north of Hoovers Restaurant, and head back south 7 miles into Marysvale, or you can continue heading north over the summit down into Fremont Indian State Park. Kimberly Road heads north 11 miles then turns northeast along I-70 for 4 miles to Fremont State Park.
From Main Street turn west onto Bullion Ave .5 mile and turn south onto Bullion Canyon road. Continue west 6 miles up the canyon to an old Ghost Town called Webster. There are a lot of mining and buildings on display here. You can also ride an ATV up a mile long somewhat rough trail just before the bridge crossing to a trailhead that will take you on a short hike to Bullion Falls.
Deer Creek Road begins just south of Big Rock Candy Mountain across the street from Hoovers restaraunt. Just follow the road heading west through the rest area, and follows along Deer Creek and is just over 7 miles long connecting with Beaver Creek Road and Kimberly Road.
From Marysvale take Thompsonville Road southeast 4.31 miles to Monroe Mountain Rd and head east 1.8 miles to Dry Creek Road. This road heads east then north for 21 miles connecting to Monroe Canyon Road. Just before the end of Dry Creek Road and the junction of Monroe Canyon Road you will pass by Manning Reservoir, and Barney Lake is 1 mile to the west.
From Main Street turn west onto Bullion Ave .5 mile and the road name will change to Rainbow Rd. This road heads west up to Rainbow Mine and dead ends. Back at the fork you can heads south connecting to Bullion Canyon Rd.
This road begins just before Webster City at the end of Bullion Canyon Road and will climb from 7900-ft to above 11,000-ft passing Edna Peak. After 11.5 miles the road name changes to Cottonwood Road. Continue heading northeast 3.1 miles to Deer Trail Rd and another 1.4 miles to HWY-89. You cant ride your OHV on the HWY so you will have to make your way around along the BLM roads. This is about a 30 mile-loop all the way around Fishlake National Forest from Marysvale.