Special Places

The Fishlake National Forest offers a wide variety of outdoor experiences including exploring remote backcountry on horseback, afoot, or by off-highway vehicle; camping in developed campgrounds or undeveloped areas; or learning more about the natural world around us.

Highlights

Fish Lake Recreation Area  

The Fish Lake Basin offers visitors a chance to escape the heat of the summer and enjoy the forested mountains and some of the finest outdoor experiences in central Utah.

Visitors can enjoy one of six developed campgrounds, or stay in one of the cabins available for rent at one of the three resorts located along Fish Lake.

Fish Lake is known for its large Lake Trout, or Mackinaw. These fish grow to over 50 pounds and can put a stretch on an angler’s line. In addition to the Macs, Fish Lake is home to rainbow trout, tiger muskie, Splake and yellow perch.

Come and enjoy all the area has to offer.

Gooseberry

Nestled just off Interstate 70 on the Richfield Ranger District is the Gooseberry Administrative Site. The complex has served as a Ranger Station, Experiment Station, a Civilian Conservation Corps camp, Latter-Day Saints camp, and Young Adult Conservation Corps camp and a Youth Conservation Corps Camp. It is now used for Environmental/Conservation Education programs. more...

Bullion Canyon ~ Canyon of Gold Auto Tour

This is a driving tour along national forest roads that passes many buildings, mines, and other cultural history artifacts. A brochure is available at the beginning of the driving trail and in all Fishlake National Forest offices.

The tour takes visitors back to a bygone area when gold was king and men would endure nearly any hardship to find it. more...

Highlighted Areas

Bowery Creek Group Rec Site

Group picnic area will accommodate 100 people and 15 vehicles.  Day use only. 


Bullion Falls Trail System

Bullion Waterfalls is a beautiful and majestic system of waterfalls where hikers can overlook the massive 75 foot falls. The falls are fed by year round melting snowdrifts that adorn parts of Bullion Canyon. Access to Bullion Falls is by horse or foot only and is approximately one mile from the Pine Creek bridge.




https://www.fs.usda.gov/attmain/fishlake/specialplaces