Recreation

Dispersed Camping in Wellsville Wilderness

Most National Forest System lands are open, free of charge for your use and enjoyment. Entrance and user fees may be charged at some areas. Some of the areas are operated by private concessionaires under special use permits issued by the Forest Service. Please practice Safety and Leave No Trace to make your visit safe and enjoyable while protecting resources we all enjoy.

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Recreation Conditions Report

 Area Name Status Area Conditions
Albion Basin Campground Open to Visitor
Alpine Scenic Loop Backway Open to Visitor
Aspen Grove Trail   
Bear River Campground Open to Visitor No Water
Beaver View Campground Open to Visitor No water
Botts Campground Closed to Visitor
Box Elder Campground Open to Visitor open with fees and water group areas still closed
Bridger Lake Campground Open to Visitor
Cemetery Point Marina Open to Visitor
Cemetery Point Picnic Area Open to Visitor
China Meadows Campground Open to Visitor No water no reservations
China Meadows Trailhead Open to Visitor No water no reservations
Christmas Meadows Campground Open to Visitor No water
Currant Creek Campground Open to Visitor Only loops C & D are open
Dead Horse Campground   
East Fork Bear River Campground Open to Visitor No water
Echo Picnic Area Open to Visitor With Water
Green Canyon Picnic Area Open to Visitor no water
Grey Cliffs Picnic Area Open to Visitor with Water
Hayden Fork Campground Open to Visitor No Water
High Creek Campground Open to Visitor No water
Hoop Lake Campground Open to Visitor No water no reservations
Hope Campground Open to Visitor No water available
Jefferson Hunt Campground Closed to Visitor
Ledgefork Campground Closed to Visitor
Lewis M. Turner Campground Closed to Visitor
Lilly Lake Campground Closed to Visitor
Little Lyman Lake Campground Open to Visitor No water
Little Mill Campground Open to Visitor with fees, water available
Lodgepole Campground Closed to Visitor
Lost Creek Campground Open to Visitor First 7 Sites are open
Lower Meadows Campground Closed to Visitor
Lower Provo River Campground Open to Visitor
Marsh Lake Campground Open to Visitor
Middle Inlet Day Use Open to Visitor
Middle Inlet Picnic Area Open to Visitor
Mill Hollow Campground Closed to Visitor
Mirror Lake Campground Open to Visitor Only the Horseman loop is open. The water has not been turned on yet so please bring water with you
Mirror Lake Scenic Byway Open to Visitor
Monte Cristo Campground Closed to Visitor
Moosehorn Campground Closed to Visitor
Perception Park Family Campground Open to Visitor
Perception Park Group Sites Open to Visitor
Perception Park Picnic Area Open to Visitor
Pine Valley Group Campground Closed to Visitor
Ponderosa Campground Open to Visitor
Ponderosa Group Campground Open to Visitor  No water
Preston Valley Campground Open to Visitor water available
Redman Campground-SLRD Open to Visitor
Renegade Campground Open to Visitor
Shady Dell Campground Open to Visitor No water
Shingle Creek ATV Campground Open to Visitor No water
Smith-Morehouse Campground Open to Visitor
Soapstone Campground Closed to Visitor
Soldier Creek Campground Open to Visitor Only Loop A is Open
Spring Campground Open to Visitor No water
Strawberry Bay Campground Open to Visitor Only Loops B, C, D, and E are open
Sunrise Campground Open to Visitor with water and fees
Taylor Fork ATV Trailhead Closed to Visitor This is now under Shingle Creek
Timpooneke Trail #053   
Tony Grove Day Use Area Open to Visitor fees are being charged
Tony Grove Lake Campground Open to Visitor Some sites still have snow only vault toilets open, this campground does not have water available
Trial Lake Campground Closed to Visitor
Upper Meadows Campground Closed to Visitor
Washington Lake Campground Closed to Visitor
Whiskey Springs Picnic Area Open to Visitor Water is on, picnic area is first come, first serve
Wolf Creek Campground Closed to Visitor
Wood Camp Campground Open to Visitor No water
Yellow Pine Campground Closed to Visitor There is no water system in this campground

Spotlights

Mirror Lake Scenic Byway

Evanston Ranger District

Heading east from Kamas through the national forest, Mirror Lake Highway is one of the most popular mountain routes in the state.  The road winds through farm and ranch lands and rises to heavily forested, mountain terrain, accented by meadows and rugged peaks.  There are numerous access points into the High Uinta Wilderness along this byway.