Campground. This campground is located along Forest Road #137. There are no facilities at this campground other than a vault toilet. This is a beautiful high mountain retreat that offers good fishing for Rainbow Trout and Native Arctic Grayling.
At a Glance
The current fee is $10.00 per day. There are 13 camp sites with tables, barbeque grills, fire rings and pits. 50% discount is offered with the America the Beautiful Pass. Camping limit is 14 consecutive days. Elevation is 9,900 feet. Vault toilet available. Potable water is not available. A designated ATV parking area is located on the west side of the campground to access available ATV trails. ATVs are not allowed to be operated in the campground. Dogs must be on a leash.
ATVs are not allowed in the campground. Pets must be on a leash. Camp fires are limited to fire rings in the camp sites.
Beaver, Utah is 22 miles west on Forest Road #137 and is 32 miles east to State Road #153. The longer distance in the quickest. Junction, Utah is 14 miles east.
From Beaver, Utah travel est on state Route #153 for 29 miles to the junction with Forest Road #137. Turn right on Forest Road #137 and follow for 3 miles to the campground. From Junction, Utah follow State Route #153 west for 11 miles to the junction with Forest Road #137. Proceed west to the campground.
Camping & Cabins
Fire rings provided
No. of Sites
No reservation required. First-come first-served.
No. of Accessible sites
12 camp units
Dispersed camping allowed in areas outside the campground. Check with the campground host to see how far away from the developed campground you need to be for dispersed camping.