INDIAN CREEK CUA DISPERSED


Area Status: Open
Image of a lake in a forest setting

Access to this area is available via Indian Creek road, FR119. This is a Dispersed Camping Area with a number of areas for camping. The reservoir is usually stocked with rainbow trout throughout the summer months.

At a Glance

Reservations: None
Fees: No fee.
Open Season: June
Usage: Light
Best Season: Summer
Busiest Season: Summer
Restrictions: Indian Creek is closed to all unlicensed vehicles and operators. No ATV travel is allowed except street legal vehicles per Utah state law. Exceptions are ATVs can access the Forest Road #119, Indian Creek Trail, between the Forest Road #589, Pole Canyon Trail, to the Forest Road #1129, Twitchell Canyon trail. Below the Forest Road #589, Pole Canyon Trail, and above the Forest Roads #1129, Twitchell Canyon Trail, ATV travel is prohibited.
Closest Towns: Beaver, Utah
Water: No water available
Restroom: Vault toilet at Manderfield Reservoir
Operated By: Fishlake National Forest
Information Center: Beaver Ranger District Office,(435) 438-2436

General Information

Directions:

The Indian Creek CUA Dispersed camping site is approximately 18.7 miles northeast of Beaver Utah. Travel north from Beaver, Utah for approximately 1 mile and turn right onto Highway 357 for 2.4 miles. Continue staight on Manderfield Road for 4.4 miles. Turn right onto the Indian Creek road for 4.7 miles. Continue straight as the road becomes FR119 for 6.2 miles. 


Activities

Dispersed Camping

Dispersed camping guidelines.

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.

River and Stream Fishing

Check the Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on fishing in Utah, along with where to purchase fishing licenses.

Day Hiking

Hiking.

Horse Camping

Equestrian camping areas.

Big Game Hunting

Area open to hunting during Utah state hunting seasons. See Utah Division of Wildlife website for more information on big game hunting.
 

Gold Panning

Gold panning.

Boating - Motorized

Motorized boating allowed. 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.

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities

Location

 
  Latitude : 
38.42562

  Longitude : 
-112.48043

  Elevation : 
7000 feet - 8000 feet

 

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