Area Status: Open
Image of campers in a forest setting

Singletree Campground is east of Boulder Mountain in central Utah at 8,200 feet elevation.

This campground has several single-family sites and two group sites. Flush toilets, drinking water, and a dump station are provided. Roads and parking spurs are paved. 

Natural Features
The campground is situated in a scenic ponderosa pine and aspen forest. Summer wildflowers are abundant and autumn leaves put on a spectacular show. From the campground visitors will see beautiful open views of Capitol Reef National Park and the Henry Mountains.

A one-mile hiking trail begins within the campground, leading to Singletree Falls. The trail follows Singletree Creek and offers sweeping views of the red rock desert landscape below. The campground has horseshoe pits and a volleyball court near the group sites.

At a Glance

Operational Hours: Quiet hours from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
Reservations: Reservations can be made on-line at the Singletree campground on website or by telephone: 1-877-444-6777; Tdd 1-877-833-6777. 
Area Amenities: Accessible, Tent camping, Camping trailer, Picnic tables, Toilets, Drinking water, Parking
Fees: Call for fees and reservations on-line at the Singletree campground on website or by telephone: 1-877-444-6777; Tdd 1-877-833-6777. Firewood and Wi-Fi are available for additional fees.

Please Note: All campgrounds on the Fishlake National Forest are managed by High Country Recreation under the terms and conditions of a concession permit that was issued to them by the Forest Service in 2020.

​Phone: 435-979-6868
Open Season: May
Restrictions: Camping is limited to 16 consecutive days.  Pets must be on a leash.  Fires in the fire circles only. OHVs are not allowed in the campgrounds.
Closest Towns: Loa, Utah; Torrey, Utah; Teasdale, Utah
Water: Drinking water available
Restroom: Flush toilets
Operated By: High Country Recreation Campground Host in camp

General Information


The Single Tree Campground is 13 miles southeast of Torrey, Utah. Head east on UT-24 (main Street) for approximately one mile. Turn right (south) onto UT-12 for 11.8 miles. Single Tree Campground  will be on the left (east) side of the road.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Mountain Biking

Campground Camping

No. of Sites Reservable sites are sites 1-4 and 22-31. Universally accessible sites are numbers 12 and 31.
Fire Information Fire ring provided in group area
No. of Accessible sites 31 camp units

RV Camping

No. of Sites 31
Pavement Type for Parking Paved
Reservation Info Reservations are required 4 days in advance. Sites 1-4 and 22-31 require reservations. Reservations can be made on-line at the Singletree campground on website or by telephone: 1-877-444-6777; Tdd 1-877-833-6777. 
Hookup - Water no
Size Restrictions Large RVs may be accommodated at some sites.
Hookup - Sewer no
Dump Stations yes
Hookups - Electric no
Fire Information Fire in rings only
No. of Accessible sites 2

Group Camping

Day Hiking

Viewing Scenery

Scenic Driving

National Scenic Byway 12 "A Journey Through Time" All-American Road: Explore some of the most diverse, remote and ruggedly beautiful landscapes in the country. Travel through the remains of ancient sea beds and across Boulder Mountain, one of the largest high-elevation plateaus in the United States. Because of the high terrain and winding road, the speed limit across Boulder Mountain is 50 mph in the lower elevations and 40 mph in higher elevations. Be sure to plan enough time to view all of the sites at pullouts provided along the way. Most of all - slow down - enjoy the scenery - and have a safe journey!


Toilets: Flush toilets available end of May through August - Pit toilets available September and October
Accessible: Universally Accessible Sites: 12 & 31

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities


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8200 feet