Campground. High elevation. Be prepared for cold weather. Campground is three miles north of Fish Lake. Scheduled to close 9/18/16.
At a Glance
Quiet hours 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
All reservations are taken through recreation.gov, telephone 877-444-6777, Tdd: 877-833-6777. Half of the sites are reservable, the other half are first-come first-served .
Single Sites: $12 Group Site: $60 America the Beautiful Pass: A 50% discount will be given on use fees for single sites only. For family sites 1 through 11, the reservation fee includes 1 vehicle. Extra vehicles are charged $6.54 per day.
Camping is limited to 14 consecutive days. ATVs are not allowed in the campgrounds. ATV riding is not allowed in the Fish Lake basin.
Richfield, Utah and Loa, Utah
Drinking water, pressurized water
High Country Recreation. Area Manager Telephone: 435-638-1069. Campgrounds hosts in each campground.
Directions: Fish Lake is located in south-central utah along the Fishlake Scenic Byway (U-25) 35 miles southeast of Richfield via U-24 and U-25 (open year around); 20 miles northeast of Loa, utah via U-24 and U-25 (open year around); 35 miles northwest of Loa, utah via u-72 and U-25 (open May through October, weather permitting).
Frying Pan Group Area: Capacity 1-100 people and 30 vehicles Grassy area for some tent camping. RVs and trailers can park and camp in auto parking area.
Fire rings provided
No. of Sites
Reservations required for half of the sites can be made through the National Reservation System by calling them toll-free at 1-877-444-6777 or visiting their web site: www.recreation.gov. Half of the sites are first-come first-served.
Look to see how many varities of wildlife you can see. Remember, you are visiting their home so be polite and don't litter or disturb the wildlife.
Fishlake Scenic Byway (U-25) begins at the junction of U-24 and ends at the junction of U-72. Scenic sites include Fish Lake, the Fish Lake Lodge, Johnson Valley Reservoir, Zedd's Meadow and Mill Meadow Reservoir. Approximate driving time is one hour. Visitors will want to keep their cameras loaded and ready for snapshops of panoramic views and frequent wildlife sightings.