Utah Mining Claims

Utah Mining Claims for Sale

  • Historic Scheelite Queen Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Amasa Valley, Utah

    Historic Scheelite Queen Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Amasa Valley, Utah

    The Amasa Valley is one of the most remote areas of the state, tucked high in the House Range, the Amasa Valley is know for its prevalent and free-milling gold. There is still an active placer operation less than 1 mile from the Scheelite Queen mines, and gold ore bodies were seen throughout the workings of the Scheelite Queen.

  • North Elephant Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Beaver County, Utah

    North Elephant Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Beaver County, Utah

    The North Elephant is located in the historic Star mining district. The entrance is deceiving. It's the tailings that really hint at the actual size of the mine. The tailings are so large and stable that the miners workshop was built on top of them. This is an excellent mine for a small scale miner. The workings are extensive and there are lots of rich ores still inside the mine.

    $32,000.00
  • Gold Leaf Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Star District, Utah

    Gold Leaf Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Star District, Utah

    The Gold Leaf mine is located in the southern part of the Star Range in Beaver County, Utah. The claim is loaded with tailings and muck. Rich bodies of quartz and iron are common. Iron and quartz being a breeding ground for native gold. The surveyors did not report any visible gold in the tailings, but the historical reports speak of average values of 2-5 ounces of gold and 80-100 ounces of silver to the ton, and the host is certainly right for those types of values.

  • Historic Bell Hill Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Juab County, Utah

    Historic Bell Hill Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Juab County, Utah

    The claim covers a series of adits, shafts and a massive open pit. There is also an extensive series of drifts and tunnels that are only accessible from the shaft below the headframe. Those workings have not been touched since the mid 1970s. The workings bear some of the most brilliant fluorspar ever cut. This mine has produced blue, purple and ruby fluorite. There are still countless tons of fluorite to be worked and this may be better than a gold mine for a jewelry maker or specimen collector.

    $38,000.00

- We have spectacular 20 acre mining claims. We typically have claims for sale in the summer. Utah has over 150 different mining districts, with some of the most notable producing millions of ounces of gold. The Gold Hill Mining District has produced over 25,900 ounces of gold. The Bingham Mining District has produced over 25 million ounces of gold. The Mercur Mining District has produced over 2.6 million ounces of gold. The Tintic Mining District 2.7 million ounces of gold. Utah’s rich mining legacy has left thousands of abandoned mine shafts and adits, historic structures such as headframes and buildings, and tailings. The BLM estimates that there are approximately 10,697  abandoned mines on BLM lands in Utah, but no formal survey has been conducted. If we currently don’t have any mining claims in Utah feel free to check out our other mines in the Western United States, and for more information on Utah's mining districts visit the National Bureau of Mines website. 

Current Mining Claims in the Western United States

Arizona

  • Snyder Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Tucson, Arizona

    Snyder Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Tucson, Arizona

    The Snyder Mines are a very old, and very large complex of mines in the southern section of Arizona. The Snyder is one of those rare sites where native gold and horn silver occur in the same ore bodies in substantial quantities. This equates to a land fall for today's miners. The ores can be easily crushed to extract the free milling gold and break off a little horn silver while you are at it.

    $48,000.00
  • Worlds Fair Gold Mine – Lode & Placer claims – Patagonia, Arizona

    Worlds Fair Gold Mine – Lode & Placer claims – Patagonia, Arizona

    The Worlds Fair Mine is one of the largest mines located in southern Arizona it’s also one of the richest with documented reserves of gold and silver. By 1915 the property is reported to have produced more than $1,000,000, of which over $500,000 was in high-grade ore. $1,000,000, and $500,000 in today’s value would be $23,060,667.80 and $11,530,333.90 respectively.

    $80,000.00

California

Colorado

Idaho

Montana

Nevada

  • Historic Phillipsburg Mine – 20 acre Lode Claim – Eureka County, Nevada

    Historic Phillipsburg Mine – 20 acre Lode Claim – Eureka County, Nevada

    The Phillipsburg Mine was the primary producer for the Diamond Mining District. The Mine was discovered in 1864 by a man named Phillips. There was a bonanza with some ore measuring 6 ounces of gold and 20 ounces of silver per ton. A rush was made on the area, but the majority of the ores came only from the Phillipsburg property. Reported in 1902, “a small community has endured with thousands of feet of underground workings that still show a profit after all these years.” According to maps and surveys, there are roughly 2800' of workings, not including stoping.

  • East Range Gold Mine -40 acre lode claims – Lovelock, Nevada

    East Range Gold Mine -40 acre lode claims – Lovelock, Nevada

    The East Range Gold Mine is all that you could want or ask from a high quality, Nevada gold mine. The site is very remote and rarely visited or seen. The claims cover 40 acres and are divided into the north and south claims. The claims cover the lower edge of a small knoll with exposed gold ores. These ores have been identified and gold has been produced from the site.

    $55,000.00

New Mexico

  • Christmas Tree Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Lordsburg, New Mexico

    Christmas Tree Gold Mine – 20 acre lode claim – Lordsburg, New Mexico

    The Christmas Tree Mine has been historically worked for the native gold that the area is known for. The claim covers 2 large decline shafts and a group of prospects. The mines were located in roughly 1870, some work was done from 1870-1880, and $10,000.00 in gold was reported. Indian raids were the main cause of the abandonment of the workings.

Oregon

Wyoming

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