Beautiful high mountain lake with plenty of fishing. Hiking trail connects to Bayhorse Lake. Three primitive campsites are equipped with picnic tables and fire rings. There is a toilet within the campground, but no drinking water or garbage pick-up available on site. Road access is steep and narrow. The last 1/2 mile to the lake is rough, trailers are not recommended here.
At a Glance
no reservations taken
no fee at this time
7/1 - 10/15
Camp trailers and RV's not recommended.
From Stanley: The Bayhorse Road (Forest road #051) takes off Highway 75, 19 miles downriver from the Yankee Fork Work Center Office. Continue 6 miles to Little Bayhorse turnoff. Little Bayhorse Road (#382) is extremely hazardous when wet. It is steep and narrow and not recommended for trailers. From Challis: approximately six miles east on Highway 75, turn right onto Forest Road #051 (at sign), and continue upward and onward 6 miles to Little Bayhorse turnoff(#382). Little Bayhorse Road is extremely hazardous when wet. It is steep and narrow and not recommended for trailers.
Bayhorse State Park is an attraction you wont want to miss on your way to this site. Take the time to wander through the old town site and learn about the area's rich mining history. There are also several ATV trails which provide the opportunity to visit mine sites in the area.