Campground. Within walking distance from Anderson Meadow Reservoir the high mountain scenery and fishing are great at this campground. Campsites are nestled in a mix of Engelmann spruce, aspen and fir trees.
Anderson Meadow Reservoir has been completely drained due to dam issues. Utah DWR will issue the contract to make the necessary repairs summer of 2014.
At a Glance
Snow limits access
Reservations are available on RECREATION.GOV or call 877-444-6777.
Camping fee is $12.00, extra vehicles are $6.00 each. There are 10 campsites in the campground. 3 sites are first-come first-served basis, 6 are reservable at recreation.gov and 1 is for the campground host. Camping limit is 14 consecutive days. 50% discount is offered with the America the Beautiful Pass. Tables, fire rings and pits are at each camp site. Vault toilets available. Potable water is available during the summer season. The elevation is 9,400 feet. Dogs need to be on a leash. No ATV access in the campground.
There is no ATV use within the campground or on FS Road 137 unless street legel.
2 vault toilets
Directions: 18 miles east of Beaver, Utah. To reach this campground from Beaver travel 10 miles east on paved State Road 153, turn right onto gravelled Forest Road 137 and travel another eight miles. To reach this campground from Junction, Utah travel 9 miles west on State Road 153, turn left on Forest Road 137 and travel another 7 miles.