LeBaron Campground is located in the Fishlake National Forest at an elevation of 9,900 feet. This is a beautiful high mountain retreat that offers good fishing for Rainbow Trout and Native Arctic Grayling. The campground has 11 single units and one group unit. All sites are back-in and will accommodate trailers from 12 to 45 feet long. Each campsite has a table and campfire ring. One vault toilet serves the campground. Drinking water is not available. There is a camping limit of 14 consecutive days. A designated ATV parking area is located to the west side of the campground to access available ATV trails. No hook-ups or dump station are available. The nearest dump station is located in Beaver, Utah.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Snow may limit access|
|Operational Hours:||There is no campground host onsite|
|Reservations:||Open to first come first serve until reservations are available July 5, 2022. Reservations available at RECREATION.GOV or call 877-444-6777.|
$10.00 per day. 50% discount is offered for the America nbsp;the Beautiful Pass.
|Open Season:||June - September|
|Restrictions:||Pets must be on a leash. Camp fire are limited to fire rings in the cap sites.Open to all street legal vehicles including street legal ATV/UTV for ingress and egress only.|
|Closest Towns:||Beaver, Utah is 22 miles west on Forest Road 137 and is 32 miles east to State Route 153. The longer distance is the quickest. Junction, Utah is 14 miles east.|
|Water:||No water available|
|Operated By:||Forest Service|
LeBaron Campground is 22.3 miles from Beaver, Utah. From Beaver, Utah travel east on UT-153 for 10 miles. Turn right onto Kents Lake Road (FR137) and travel another 12.3 miles. Turn right on FR636 into the campground.
From Junction, Utah follow State Route 143 west for 11 miles to the same junction above. Proceed west to the campground.
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Lake and Pond Fishing
Check the Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on fishing in Utah, along with where to purchase fishing licenses.
Look to see how many varities of wildlife you can see. Remember, you are visiting their home so be polite and don't litter or disturb the wildlife.
Boating - Non-Motorized
With an ever-increasing demand on Utah's limited number of rivers, lakes, and reservoirs, boaters must use their water recreation resources wisely. Check the Utah State Boating website for more information.