Recreation

The Fishlake National Forest offers a variety of recreation opportunities including fishing, hunting, camping, hiking, horseback riding, prospecting, rock hounding and of course, off-highway vehicle riding.

On these pages you will find information about these various recreation activities and opportunities to help you enjoy your visit to the Fishlake National Forest. Remember Its All Yours, Go. Play.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Recreation Conditions Report

 Area Name Status Area Conditions
Adelaide Campground Closed to Visitor Water is off.  Vault toilets available.
Alunite Ridge Trailhead #072 Open to Visitor
Anderson Meadow Campground Closed to Visitor
Anderson Meadow Dam CUA Open to Visitor
Aquarius GS Cabin Closed to Visitor
Bicknell Bottoms GWT Trailhead Open to Visitor
Big John's CUA Dispersed Open to Visitor
Black Flat CUA Dispersed Open to Visitor
Bosman-Big John Flat Trailhead Closed to Visitor
Bowery Creek - Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Bowery Creek Group Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Bullion Pasture Trailhead Open to Visitor Snow limits access
Castle Rock Rec Site Closed to Visitor No water. Open until snowed out.
Deep Creek Lake Trailhead Open to Visitor
Delano Ridgeline Trail Open to Visitor Snow may limit access
Doctor Creek Group Rec Site Closed to Visitor Closed.  Scheduled to open for dry camping in January 2019.  For reservations, call the Fremont River RD office at 435.836.2800.
Doctor Creek Rec Site Closed to Visitor Closed. Scheduled to open for dry camping in January 2019.
Doctor Creek Trailhead Open to Visitor
Elk Horn Rec Site Open to Visitor Open with vault toilets and no water until closed by snow.
Elk Horn Trailhead Open to Visitor
Fish Creek Trailhead Open to Visitor
Fishlake Hightop (South) Open to Visitor
Fishlake Hightop (North) Open to Visitor
Fishlake Lodge Interpretive Closed to Visitor
Forsyth Reservoir Boat Ramp and Rec Site Open to Visitor
Forsyth Reservoir Trailhead Open to Visitor
Frying Pan Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Gooseberry Rec Site Open to Visitor No water until end of May.
Hogan Pass Trailhead Open to Visitor
Homestead Overlook CUA Dispersed Open to Visitor
Indian Creek CUA Dispersed Open to Visitor
Ivie Canyon Trailhead Open to Visitor
Jimmy Reed Trailhead Open to Visitor
Johnson Reservoir Rec Site Open to Visitor
Kents Lake Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Lake Creek Trailhead Open to Visitor
Lakeshore National Recreation Trail Open to Visitor
Lakeside Fish Cleaning Station Closed to Visitor
Larb Hollow Overlook CUA Dispersed Open to Visitor
LeBaron Rec Site Open to Visitor
LeBaron Trailhead Open to Visitor
Little Cottonwood Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Little Reservoir Rec Site Open to Visitor
Loa Office Interpretive Open to Visitor
Lower Bowns Campground and Rec Site Open to Visitor Open with vault toilets until closed by snow.
Mackinaw Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Mallard Bay Overflow Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Maple Grove Rec Site Closed to Visitor Water is off.  Vault toilets are available.
Maple Hollow Rec Site Open to Visitor Water is off.  Vault toilets are available.
Mill Creek Rec Site Open to Visitor
Mill Meadow Reservoir Boat Ramp and Rec Site Open to Visitor
Mud Lake Trailhead Open to Visitor
Oak Creek Campground-Fremont River RD Closed to Visitor
Oak Creek Rec Site-Fillmore RD Closed to Visitor Water is off.  Vault toilets are available.
Paiute Rec Site Open to Visitor Open with vault toilets and no water until closed by snow.
Pelican Trailhead Open to Visitor
Pleasant Creek Campground Closed to Visitor
Pole Canyon Trailhead Closed to Visitor
Ponderosa Rec Site Open to Visitor
Riley Springs Trailhead Open to Visitor
Rosebud ATV Campground and Rec Site Open to Visitor Open with vault toilets until closed by snow.
Rust Spring Trailhead Open to Visitor
Shingle Creek Rec Site Open to Visitor Please use extreme caution when the weather is rainy. This road becomes very slick and travel is not recommended.
Singletree Campground Closed to Visitor
Skyline-Big Flat Trailhead Open to Visitor Snow may limit access
Skyline-Big John Flat Trailhead Open to Visitor Snow may limit access
South Creek (Upper) Trailhead Open to Visitor
Splatter Canyon Trailhead Open to Visitor
Sunglow Rec Site Open to Visitor Open through winter without water and toilets.
Tasha Creek Trailhead Open to Visitor
Tasha Equestrian Rec Site Closed to Visitor
Torrey GWT Trailhead Open to Visitor
Twin Creeks Amphitheater Closed to Visitor
Twin Creeks Rec Res Open to Visitor
Twin Creeks Rec Site Open to Visitor Restroom open.
Wildcat Rest Area and Information Center Closed to Visitor
Zedds Meadow CUA Dispersed Open to Visitor
Zedds Meadow Trailhead Open to Visitor

Spotlights

Bowery Creek Group Rec Site

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

Bullion Falls Trail System

Image looking up Bullion Falls

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/recmain/fishlake/recreation