Dispersed Camping in Wellsville Wilderness

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Most National Forest System lands are open, free of charge for your use and enjoyment. Entrance and user fees may be charged at some areas. Some of the areas are operated by private concessionaires under special use permits issued by the Forest Service. Please practice Safety and Leave No Trace to make your visit safe and enjoyable while protecting resources we all enjoy. Rules for Forest Visitors.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information

Current Recreation Conditions

Area Name Status Area Conditions
Albion Basin Campground Closed Closed
Alpine Scenic Loop Backway Closed Closed
Aspen Grove Trail None None
Cemetery Point Marina Open Open
Deadhorse ATV Trail Open Open
Echo Picnic Area Open Open
Green Canyon Picnic Area Open Open Please bring your own
Grey Cliffs Picnic Area Open Open no water
High Creek Campground Closed Closed
Mirror Lake Scenic Byway Closed Closed
Perception Park Group Sites Open Open
Perception Park Picnic Area Open Open
Taylor Fork ATV Trailhead Closed Closed This is now under Shingle Creek
Timpooneke Trail #053 None None
Whiskey Springs Picnic Area Open Open No water available in this picnic area, please bring your own
Yellow Pine Campground None None This campground does not have a water system please bring your own water


Mirror Lake Scenic Byway

Evanston Ranger District

Heading east from Kamas through the national forest, Mirror Lake Highway is one of the most popular mountain routes in the state.  The road winds through farm and ranch lands and rises to heavily forested, mountain terrain, accented by meadows and rugged peaks.  There are numerous access points into the High Uinta Wilderness along this byway.