The sinkhole is located on land administered by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management about 6 miles northeast of the small unincorporated community of Eskdale in western Millard County. This area is remote, so please plan accordingly. Eskdale has no services; the closest gas is available in Baker, Nevada, about 15 miles to the southwest.
From the Wasatch Front, head south on I-15 towards Nephi. Take exit 225 and turn right onto Utah State Route 132 (100 North). After 34 miles, turn left onto U.S. Route 6. After 16 miles, turn right onto U.S. Route 6/50. After 84.6 miles, turn right onto the paved two-way road towards Eskdale. There are no road signs beyond this point. Continue by using GPS navigation or the indicated mileage, beginning where you leave U.S. Route 6/50:
3.7 miles Turn RIGHT at the T-intersection.
0.4 miles Turn LEFT.
0.9 miles Turn RIGHT. (Pavement ends in Eskdale.)
0.6 miles Road curves to the left.
0.2 miles Continue straight/north at junction.
4.5 miles Turn RIGHT onto the unimproved two-track dirt road, which is passible in moderate to high-clearance vehicles. Proceed with caution or walk in.
0.7 miles End at sinkhole. The hole is surrounded by a wire fence, presumably to keep cattle out. The southwest corner of the fence has a stile for access.
Coordinates: 39.175017°, -113.902319°.
The sinkhole is located on the Hole-in-the-Ground 7.5-minute quadrangle map.