Campground. Above the canyon floor, visitors can view the beautiful Beaver River. Fishing is popular in Beaver River one mile below. The campground is located in a grassy meadow with patches of mahogany, pinion, juniper and ponderosa pine trees. This campground contains seven units with parking spurs, permanent tables, grills, drinking water and vault toilets. Trailers are permitted.
At a Glance
The entire campground can be reserved for $60.00 per night through www.RECREATION.GOV. It can accommodate up to 75 individuals for group camping events such as family reunions, scout troops or church group activities.
$10.00 per night; $4.00 for extra vehicles. 50% discount is offered when an America The Beautiful pass is presented. Potable water is available during the summer season. The elevation is 7,500 feet. Camping limit is 14 consecutive days. There are 7 campsites including a group site. Each site has tables, firerings and barbeque grills. This entire campground can be reserved through the Recreation.gov web site. ATVs are not allowed to operate in the campground and must remain on trailers for transport to ATV trailheads. Dogs must be on a leash.
SR 153 goes around three-sides of the campground: exercise caution with children and pets. Fireworks are always prohibited on all National Forest lands
Concessionaire: High Country Recreation, c/o Dwight and Sandy Daniels, PO Box 300474, Glenwood, UT 8
Located 12 miles east of Beaver, Utah. Travel east on paved State Road 153 road approximately 12 miles. The campground is adjacent to State Route 153.
Single family campsites are first-come first served. The whole campground (seven sites) can be reserved for $50 per night. Contact the Beaver Ranger District at 435-438-2436 to reserve the campground. Group reservations will be posted in the campground several days in advance. Reservable through http://www.recreation.gov/camping/Mahogany_Cove_Campground_Ut/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=NRSO&parkId=75509&topTabIndex=CampingSpot