Picnicking

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Photo of a camp site that has a fire ring, picnic table and a cement parking pad.The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is perfect place to spend the day picnicking in the great outdoors. Picnic areas provide people with the opportunity to have a picnic or barbecue with friends and family….or, a place simply to relax and enjoy the sounds and scent of nature. While Evanston and Mountain View Districts do not have area dedicated for solely for picnicking, visitors are more than welcome to set out a blanket and picnic the old fashioned way. Some picnic table within campgrounds area available to picnickers, as well.

Some areas may charge a fee or require advance reservations with www.recreation.gov. Check out the district pages to see what’s available.

In developed areas, campfires are only permitted in Forest Service constructed permanent cement or metal fire rings.  A pallet closure has been signed which prohibits any firewood material containing nails, screws, or other metal hardware on the forest.