Campground is closed for the season. A campground host is generally available. Good hunting, fishing, hiking and spectacular scenery is in the area. Winter activities in this area include ice fishing and snowmobiling. Kents Lake is approximately 50 acres in size and suitable for small fishing boats and canoes. Brown, brook tiger and rainbow trout are catchable from a small boat or from the shoreline. Vegetation in the area consists mainly of aspen and fir. Facilities: Kents Lake Campground has 28 single-family campsites and 2 multiple-family campsites. Sites vary from back-in to pull throughs and will accommodate trailers from 24 to 60 feet long. All units have grills and/or fire rings and tables. An old rock building can be used for programs or shelter. ATV: There is NO ATV access to this campground. ATV(s) must be trailered to the trailheads.
At a Glance
Reservations are available at RECREATION.GOV or call 877-444-6777.
Camping fee is $12.00 for a single-family unit, $24.00 for a multiple family unit. Extra vehicle is $6.00. 50% discount is offered with the America the Beautiful Pass. There are 32 campsites in this campground with a 14 consecutive day camping limit, 19 campsites are reservable. 13 sites are first come first serve. If not reserved the rest of the sites are available when not reserved. Tables, fire rings and pits are at each camp site. Vault toilets available. Potable water is available during the summer season. Elevation is 8,800 feet. Dogs must be on a leash. ATVs must stay on trailers while in the campground and moved to ATV access trailheads.
ATVs are not allowed in the Campground. Horses are not allowed in the Campground. Pets must be on a leash. Camping limit is 14 consecutive days.
Beaver, Utah to the west and Junction, Utah to the East
Concessionaire: High Country Recreation, c/o Dwight and Sandy Daniels, P.O. Box 300474, Glenwood, UT
Kents Lake Campground is located approximately 15 miles southeast of Beaver, Utah. Driving time is about one hour. To reach this campground, travel east on paved State Road #153 for 10 miles, then travel southeast for 4 miles on graveled Forest Road #137.
The State of Utah has a reciprocity ATV/OHV licensing agreement with several other states. This link shows a list of states that do not have a reciprocity agreement with Utah. If your state is listed here you must purchase a "Non-Resident Permit".