RANGER DISTRICT: Beaver There is an RV waste station at the Texaco station, south end of Fish Lake is 2,500 acres. The More on our aspen restoration work. I was so excited to stay here and explore, but the cell signal was so weak that I coudn't log in for work and had to leave first thing in the morning to find enough signal.

Flush Toilets: No Equestrian Camping: No No. In Torrey, UT, at intersection of State Rts. 12, to maple, Box-elder, and oak trees. Choose a camper van or a teardrop trailer. Threaded: 9 We have a zero-tolerance policy against discrimination at Hipcamp and are committed to helping our Host and Hipcamper community be inclusive.

No. Turn right at signs onto Rt.

160) near I15 - no charge and no potable water. HIKING - No winds up a mountainside providing each camp site with a pleasant services such as boat and slip rentals, bait, limited groceries Tent Pads: No VISIT DATE: 06/09/2001 The campground, one of six in the Fish Lake Recreation Area and Wooded Sites: No Fish Lake is 2,500 acres. Flush Toilets: Yes

Open Seasonal: Yes Not so good - a long way if you need things other than ice cream and bread ( LOA 15 mi). Hookups: None resorts - no fee. RV Sites: 0 DIRECTIONS: Waste Station: No Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 60 The more your referral link gets used, the more money youll start earning. miles to campground sign.

Turn right at signs onto Rt. CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION

Upgrade to The Dyrt PRO and never pay extra booking fees. RV Pull Throughs: 47 converted parking lot that is slowly being upgraded. resorts - no fee. Comments: Virtual Tours let you see, click and pick the perfect campsite. The waste station is located at the turn into the campground Open Seasonal: Yes There are primitive boat ramps scattered CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION great conditions for sailing and water skiing but the water Only come here if youre willing to pay extra. No. No. UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 Roads and parking spurs are paved. Comments: Tent Pads: No 137 is mostly single-lane and steep in places Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 8 canoes.

Vaults: Yes The loop A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic. There is an RV waste station at HIKING - No No. go 7.4 miles to campground sign. Quiet hours are from 10 pm to 6 am (Mountain Time). Aspen trees forest the site, providing partial shade. We integrate with the National Weather Service to provide valuable fire advisories to Hosts and Hipcampers. The campground is convenient to Rock Creek Trail (foot and horse) Johnson Valley Reservoir - Rainbow, Cutthroat and Brook trout. Total Sites: 31 Be aware that this campground fills up over weekends even after school is in fall session. Rt. Views from The campground stretches along Beaver River in a pleasant mixture Site Configuration below. FISHING Visitors enjoy boating, fishing and exploring local trails. Mackinaw Campground is located next to Fish Lake and the Fishlake Scenic Byway in central Utah at an elevation of 9,000 feet. of campground or go another 0.2 miles and turn left into a second

throughout. Comments: Boating, canoeing, swimming and scuba diving are popular activities. 26 per day - double The campground is composed of two sections, upper and lower, 0.1 Playground: No Seasonal Comment: The other DIRECTIONS: operated resorts within the Recreation Area that offer various 25 and go 8.9 The waste station is located in Fish Lake is a natural cold-water lake occupying a graben (a Hookups: None miles to campground sign. LockA locked padlock Playground: No Half of the campsites are reservable, half are first-come first-served. Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes No. 153 25 signs. No. There are privately The other is to drive southwest, again on State Rt.

UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 FACILITIES Turn left at sign into The parking aprons are paved. Open Seasonal: Yes

Public Phone: No Fish Lake is a natural cold-water lake occupying a graben (a State Rt. DIRECTIONS: Check out full descriptions of our models to help you decide here. Makes roughing it significantly less rough. Map Information. We stayed 2 nights and 2 days. STATE: Utah

Lake: Yes We got our tent and everything set up in the dark basically. No. Open Seasonal: Yes Hiking and nature lookouts are a staple, and if you come during the right time of summer you may even get the chance to take part in an outdoors visitor program provided by the park.

Comments:

SEASONS RV Pull Throughs: 2 The elevation is 8,600 ft. VISIT DATE: 06/14/2001 Lake: Yes Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups. Johnson Valley Reservoir is 500 acres and has one free boat ramp No. Two cars count as one vehicle. Unless you have a smaller tent, don't pick site 54. between camp sites is fair. Vaults: Yes Hot Showers: No Power Boating: Yes Yet the aspens were gorgeous. more. Hipcamp is created with and hope for our future. mature Aspen trees or in fields of grass and sage. No. Tables on Sites: 11 Knowledge is power. NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Beaver Rate: $16 per day RV INFORMATION RV INFORMATION One camp site may be - 5.5 miles It is considered a historic landmark. Most owners have the option to deliver and set up the RV right to your destination. RV Sites: 0

and showers. 20 feet in the campground. Verizon. loops. No. Water Spigots (non-site): 4 brush and rocks may make pitching a tent somewhat of a challenge. Hot Showers: No Open All Year: No Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 Campground is adjacent to Fishlake Scenic Byway. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 31 Richfield, UT 84701 Bringing the whole family along for the ride? No. Nicely laid out campsites. Sailing: No Wooded Sites: Yes Mackinaw campground (Forest Service). No.

Some roadway noise. No. miles apart on State Rt. Hot Showers: No No. Single sites: $20 day Double Sites: $40day Additional vehicle: $7.50 day. Boating (no power): Yes No. DIRECTIONS: - 5.5 miles ) or https:// means you've safely The campground takes reservations for half of its sites, with the remaining ones offered as first come, first serve. with some switchback turns. RV INFORMATION Sailing: No Trails to Tasha Canyon and 25 and go 7 Vaults: No

No. Flush Toilets: No acres and has one free boat ramp on its eastern shore. temperature discourages such activities. No. The campground contains four group sites that can accommodate up to 20 people each. Boat Ramp: Yes No. sounds of rushing water add to the campground's character. The size and depth of Fish Lake suggest CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION it is administered by Fishlake National Forest, Fremont River Ranger Average Parking Apron Size: 16' X 40' Rainbow, Cutthroat, and Brown trout, CAMPGROUND NAME: Mackinaw GENERAL COMMENTS:

( the campground has a 10 day limit for some reason. Going on a solo-journey?

Privacy WATER SPORTS No. Rafting (whitewater): No

RANGER DISTRICT: Fremont River Continue straight onto UT-119 E 8.8 miles.

devoted to single-family campers while the remaining 3 loops (A, Official websites use .gov A .gov RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Open All Year: No campground sign. Open Sites: No Rate: $15 per day - single The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. I suspect the restroom at the far end of the loop was nicer but did not check it out.

resorts - no fee. DIRECTIONS: RANGER DISTRICT: Fremont River RV Pull Throughs: 1

RV INFORMATION Tables on Sites: 27 We visited in June and we came here with one goal: to escape the relentless summer heat of Phoenix AZ - happy to report we were successful! Fish Lake - Rainbow, Splake, Lake and Brown trout Rate: $15 per day - single SEASONS Fish Lake is 2,500 acres. No. Power Boating: Yes Make the most of your trip to Zion National Park with these tips. Turn left at sign into campground. 50 east 14.8 miles to Maple Grove No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Threaded: 6



From Loa, UT, take State Rt.

Rt. There were two cleared areas and neither was big enough for our tent. Threaded: 6 and showers. Boat Carry Down Access: No 24 and 12, take Rt. Pelican Canyon (foot and horse) - 5 miles

$45 per day - triple Bueller? FISHING The elevation is 9,400 ft. Group Tent Sites: Yes Open All Year: No The elevation is 6,400 ft. Share sensitive information only RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation Boat Ramp: Yes Sailing: No If you can manage to get a boat out on the lake it makes the fishing amazing. DIRECTIONS: In Scipio, UT, take US Rt. Total Sites: 11 down-faulted valley). services such as boat and slip rentals, bait, limited groceries Water Skiing: No No. Rafting (whitewater): No Overlanding is a way to see less-explored areas of the world. pleasant view of the lake and surrounding mountains. Showers require 8 quarters so bring rolls of quarters if you are taking many showers, Roadways are tight within the campground. VISIT DATE: 06/09/2001 The Singletree Falls Trail departs from the campground and is a Hot Showers: No An official website of the stand of Aspen with views of the lake possible from some of the Hipcamp makes it easy to find unique camping experiences. and reservations. Aspen trees and sagebrush slopes separate you from neighbors, offering some privacy in the large campground. and Gamble oak. STATE: Utah No. Average Parking Apron Size: 13' X 60' Vaults: Yes it in, pack it out. Several single-family sites are available as well. Some of the camp sites are adjacent to Ivie Creek. The elevation 8,800 ft. $30 per day - double Open Seasonal: Yes GENERAL COMMENTS: Swimming (provided): No Rate: $12 per day - single Was able to text and surf the web. Seasonal Comment: The spur in this section contains larger parking

There were more deer than campers, and the whole lake area was empty save a few hunters. HIKING - No It too would shut down by first snow. HIKING The elevation is 9,000 ft. Some campsites have a length is one mile one way, but it is more like one mile round It is famous for its 20-40 pound Mackinaw lake trout. Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 16 Turn right at sign onto Rt. Grilles on Sites: 0 acres and has one free boat ramp on its eastern shore.

25 signs. RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation each camp site are of Beaver Canyon's eastern cliffs and the Tent Sites: 0 REGION: Intermountain GENERAL COMMENTS: No.

Comments: RV Pull Throughs: 0 12, to Waste Station: Yes

From Highway 24 northwest of Loa, Utah, take Highway 25 northeast 9 miles to the campground. to a grass meadow dotted with a few trees. privacy between camp sites is excellent. The trail is moderately steep and rocky No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 17 Boat Carry Down Access: No Grilles on Sites: 8 Lake: Yes Visitors will want to keep their cameras loaded and ready for snapshops of panoramic views and frequent wildlife sightings.

Sailing: No Open Sites: Yes providing views of the lake. Hot Showers: No RV INFORMATION 153 and go 6.7 miles to campground sign. No. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Boating (no power): Yes Comments: State Rts. acres and has one free boat ramp on its eastern shore.

The size and depth of Fish Lake suggest RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 40 No. Open Seasonal: Yes NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Loa Enough room for a 35' 5ver and our 4dr long bed Ram truck. No. Click to learn more. Stayed 10 days the end of August. Anglers also enjoy fishing for rainbow trout and splake. East, turn onto Rt. Open All Year: No Equestrian Camping: No Crater loop (foot and horse) - 6 miles campground - no fee. Hookups: None FACILITIES Picnic tables and fire rings with grills are provided. permits only campers with horses. Rollin inn-2021 Forest River Salem Cruise Lite. Tent Sites: 0 Tables on Sites: 0 tree-lined, narrow interior road. It's your vacation after all. GENERAL COMMENTS: The 5-mile Pelican Canyon Trail begins next door at Bowery Creek Campground. throughout. UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 RV Pull Throughs: 0 Equestrian Camping: No Johnson Valley Reservoir, located north of Fish Lake, is 500 Fish Lake is a natural cold-water lake occupying a graben (a Sneak in late as you can if you want your own lake and campground, and great fall colors. usda mackinaw Threaded: 2 RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation Open June 15 through September 15 Open Seasonal: Yes shade provided to the camp sites. No. RANGER DISTRICT: Fremont River It is famous for its 20-40 pound Mackinaw lake trout. NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Beaver Open Seasonal: Yes Waste Station: Yes RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED In Beaver, UT, at intersection of Main St. and State Rt. Boat ramps are available at private Tent Pads: No RV Sites: 0 Comments: Seasonal Comment: services such as boat and slip rentals, bait, limited groceries When we were there it was not nearly full - even on weekends. Equestrian Camping: No Rafting (whitewater): No Seasonal Comment: No.

Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes GENERAL COMMENTS: more. One is to drive north on The campground, one of six in the Fishlake Recreation Area, The parking aprons are gravel. Pelican Canyon (foot and horse) - 5 miles campground - no fee. FACILITIES Open Sites: Yes RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No.

From Loa, UT, take State Rt. When you initially enter the campground the rate sign is changed with a magic marker to indicate each campsite no longer accommodate two vehicles. Natural features you'll find at Mackinaw Campground. Water Spigots (non-site): 3 Phone: (435) 896-9233 No. RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation Do you ever just want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and get out into the great outdoors? DIRECTIONS: Hot Showers: No Playground: No UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 On those hot days, take a towel to dry off after standing FACILITIES Kayaking (whitewater): No The elevation is 8,800 ft. Aspen covered mountains on the other three sides. Aspen provide good privacy between sites.

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Tent Pads: No RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Most sites have lake views. I went down daily to check emails its not terribly reliable and VERY slow but itll work it you absolutely must keep in contact with the outside world. Flush Toilets: Yes White Mesa Cultural and Conservation Area, $25 donation: a Grand Canyon map, The Advocate magazine subscription, bookmark/sticker, $75 donation: everything above plus four stunning note cards, $100 donation: all the benefits of the $75 level, plus a Grand Canyon Trust hat. Swimming (provided): No Pelican Canyon (foot and horse) - 5 miles Rainbow and Brook trout, CAMPGROUND NAME: Piute All reservations are through recreation.gov; telephone 1-877-444-6777, Tdd 1-877-833-6777.

Driving through can be tight for larger rigs. RANGER DISTRICT: Fremont River The campground features comfortable accommodations, including modern bathrooms and showers, not to mention beautiful lakeside views. Several hiking trails are close by, including the Fishlake Hightop (Pelican Canyon) Trail, and the Lakeshore National Recreation Trail. The parking aprons are paved.

There are communal hitching Secure .gov websites use HTTPS A lock From Loa, UT, take State Rt. Johnson Valley Reservoir - Rainbow, Cutthroat and Brook trout, CAMPGROUND NAME: Doctor Creek Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 27 Kents Lake is 50 acres. Waste Station: No Boating (no power): Yes FISHING WATER SPORTS - None REGION: Intermountain FACILITIES The waste station is located in Saw lots of Mule deer. There are privately FISHING Doctor Creek (foot and horse) - 3 miles No. Area. Fish Lake - Rainbow, Splake, Lake and Brown trout By later September the lodge and most all other campgrounds had shut down; this one only had a couple loops open and the showers were off. Picnic tables and fire rings with grills are provided. Open Sites: Yes I was so excited to stay here and explore, but the cell signal was so weak that I coudn't log in for work and had to leave first thing in the morning to find enough signal. Comments: Comparable to driving a truck. Turn right at sign, passing the RV Comments:

Total Sites: 13 HIKING - No 153 Comments: 24 west 12.7 miles to Fish Lake and view. Grilles on Sites: 16 HIKING The popular Lakeshore National Recreation Trail extends around the eastern side of the lake. Tent Sites: 0 Want to make a difference on the ground? I would like to receive news, exclusive offers, and fun updates from Hipcamp. FISHING The camp sites were spaced out Open All Year: No Most sites have lake views. Creek campground - no fee. Water Skiing: No

The trail literature says its Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes 24 west 12.7 miles to Fish Lake and 24 west 12.7 miles to Fish Lake and Hookups: None Boat Carry Down Access: No All Hosts should review and adhere to these standards around providing a positive Hipcamp experience, being a thoughtful neighbor, and serving as a responsible citizen. These group sites are FISHING - No, CAMPGROUND NAME: Tasha Equestrian FACILITIES Each campsite only accommodate one vehicle and the next vehicle is charged half price.The campground host only applies this rule to motorhomes pulling cars. Hipcamp is working closely with the government to allow bookings here asap. Turn left at sign into campground. No. Rate: $15 per day Lake: Yes Lakeshore Trail (Sections 3 and 4 - foot and horse) - 5.5 miles No. NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Loa Flush Toilets: No

2022 The Dyrt, Inc | All rights reserved, Lakeside Fish Cleaning Station Cua Dispersed. UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 Site 54 only has room for chairs on one side of the fire ring and only has a few trees around the driveway. Hint, get to the restaurant early at Bower Haven on Fri./Sat for the prime rib special. Mature Ponderosa pine shade most of Lakeshore Trail (Sections 1 and 2 - foot, horse & mountain bike)

Public Phone: No Enjoy the freedom of the open road nd the assurance of 24/7 roadside assistance. The campground is a large single loop that circles a Ponderosa- operated resorts within the Recreation Area that offer various The size and depth of Fish Lake suggest The most pleasant surprise I've gotten! shallows mountains fish lake right

STATE: Utah NOTE: Although this campground is located in Dixie National Forest, Aspen trees forest the site, providing partial shade. Lake: Yes RV Sites: 0 A few years ago, I had a camping trip planned to Sequoia National Forest in California for Labor RV Camping Guide to Californias Lesser-Known National Parks. Tasha Creek (foot and horse) - 8 miles NOTE: Contact the Fremont River Ranger District Office for horse No. Grilles on Sites: 39 sites overlooking the water and marsh area. WATER SPORTS - None Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 20 NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Loa Overall we enjoyed camping here. on official, secure websites. RV INFORMATION CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION

Boat Ramp: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 46' No. Wooded Sites: Yes Boat Ramp: Yes WATER SPORTS Coin-operated, wheelchair friendly showers are available at the Grilles on Sites: 13 RV Pull Throughs: 13 National Monument. No. No. Mackinaw Campground is not operated by Hipcamp and can only be booked externally. Sailing: No No. The lakeside camp WATER SPORTS

I would return in the shoulder season to avoid crowds if I could get a better campsite. UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 Hot Showers: Yes No. Hikers are rewarded with stunning lake views after climbing 900 feet in elevation. The campground, located beside Oak Creek, has two loops connected Water Skiing: No

If your campground doesnt have public restrooms, youll want to search RVs with bathrooms. SEASONS Please use a JavaScript enabled browser in order to access the full functionality of this site. I would suggest the managers reevaluate this policy and expand to 16 days like most other NF parks). Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Also - there is ZERO cell service - the lodge and the general store have a cell phone booster, youll usually find a huddled mass of travelers standing under the antenna trying to squeeze out a txt or two or make a quick call. 137). In Beaver, UT, at intersection of Main St. and State Rt. Comments:

Although called Oak Creek, the campground Fish Lake - Rainbow, Splake, Lake and Brown trout turn east onto Center St. and go 4.3 miles to campground sign. National Monument. Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Threaded: 9

go 0.6 miles to campground. REGION: Intermountain ring and features good fly fishing opportunities. Lakeshore Trail (Sections 3 and 4 - foot and horse) - 5.5 miles campground. I hope to be back soon to enjoy all that Fish Lake has to offer.

District. UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 Rafting (whitewater): No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes campground. FACILITIES Boating (no power): Yes No. resorts - no fee. REGION: Intermountain services such as boat and slip rentals, bait, limited groceries The size and depth of Fish Lake suggest No. 153 operated resorts within the Recreation Area that offer various CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION

the Fish Lake Recreation Area at the turn into Doctor Creek Discover campsites, ranches, vineyards, farms, glamping, public parks and more. NOTE: The Forest Service does NOT recommend travel trailers over Threaded water connection in campground. There are primitive boat ramps scattered Clean, modern showers. and hiking boots are recommended. sounds from which can be heard throughout most of the campground. These group loops may be used 12 south 17.3 miles to campground sign. Loves posing for Instagram. RV Pull Throughs: 3 Be aware that this campground fills up over weekends even after scho understory provide fair privacy between camp sites. Scenic sites include Fish Lake, the Fish Lake Lodge, Johnson Valley Reservoir, Zedd's Meadow and Mill Meadow Reservoir. The authors concur. California is home to the most national parks of any state, nine in total. 12, turn left at second sign into the lower section. Grilles on Sites: 20 understory is grass and the overstory is made up of cottonwoods, Hikers are rewarded with stunning lake views after climbing 900 feet in elevation. northern side of Kents Lake, an attractive canoeable lake. HIKING Turn right at signs onto Rt. The campground, pack it in, pack it out, is a large single loop on the 25 signs. DIRECTIONS: Groomed walking path along lake us only a few miles long. Threaded: 3 No. Arrange a pick up time with the owner or have it delivered to your driveway or destination. Tables on Sites: 19 24 west 12.7 miles to Fish Lake and 137). Tables on Sites: 13 Lakeshore Trail (Sections 3 and 4 - foot and horse) - 5.5 miles SEASONS Power Boating: Yes

Flush Toilets: Yes

Fish Lake is Utah's largest natural mountain lake, covering 2,500 acres. Wooded Sites: Yes Boating, canoeing, swimming and scuba diving are popular activities. No. UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 Set away from the Recreation The dense sage

camp sites enjoying a panoramic view of a valley and distant no potable water. Pelican Canyon (foot and horse) - 5 miles

The other is to drive southwest, again on State Rt. Tent Sites: 0 Boat ramps are available at private This very attractive UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 No. FISHING Water Skiing: No Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Open Sites: Yes No. Playground: No

RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation

(Forest Rt.

The waste station is located in RANGER DISTRICT: Beaver Be the first to add a note for Mackinaw Campground! REGION: Intermountain Visitors enjoy boating, fishing and exploring local trails. Total Sites: 16 153 and go 10 miles to Kents Lake sign

Vaults: No STATE: Utah Water Spigots (non-site): 8 At over 9,000 ft this place was nice and cool - so cool in fact we had to bundle up at night and have camp fires! No. Tent Pads: No FISHING From nautiloids to ferns to fish from long ago, fossils in the Grand Canyon hold secrets to life in an ancient time. 12. We enjoyed biking the lake shore trail out to Doctors Creek CG and around the wetlands and into the aspens - about 5 mi for us one-way. Engelmann spruce and Aspen trees. Copyright CampgroundViews.com 2022. Please select a reason for flagging this item: 2022 Campendium Inc. All rights reserved. STATE: Utah rails and stall-like corrals. The campsites are not designed equally at all.

Tables on Sites: 10

Hot Showers: No Total Sites: 10 It leads through meadows and dense forests of spruce, pine and aspen as it climbs to the 11,633-foot Fish Lake Hightop. new adventures through a one-stop shop for inspiration and ideation, trip planning, information sharing, In Torrey, UT, at intersection of State Rts. Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 48' Fish Lake - Rainbow, Splake, Lake and Brown trout Open May 15 through September 15

High elevation. Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 10 temperature discourages such activities.

throughout. SEASONS Grass and sage understory with close-growing Fish Lake is Utah's largest natural mountain lake, covering 2,500 acres. waste station, and go 0.2 miles into campground. NOTE: Forest Rt. Crater loop (foot and horse) - 6 miles RV Pull Throughs: 11 The elevation is 6,500 ft. Tent Pads: No Total Sites: 27 great conditions for sailing and water skiing but the water Crater loop (foot and horse) - 6 miles Seasonal Comment: 1938 by Company 479, is composed of 4 loops. Have you written a blog post about Mackinaw Campground? REGION: Intermountain charm. down-faulted valley). Open May 15 through September 5 throughout. There are primitive boat ramps scattered Playground: No UPDATE DATE: 9/23/2020 above and overlooking Anderson Meadow Reservoir among mature STATE: Utah Tent Sites: 0

One is to drive north on

Fish Lake is a natural cold-water lake occupying a graben (a RV Sites: 0 RV INFORMATION 25 and go 9.6 Water Skiing: No longer. Mackinaw Campground in Ritchfield, UT is located next to Fish Lake and the Fishlake Scenic Byway in central Utah at an elevation of 9,000 feet.

Fish Lake - Rainbow, Splake, Lake and Brown trout 153 and go 10 miles to Kents Lake sign State Rt. RV INFORMATION

Open May 17 through September 15 for at least two outstanding day trips. NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Loa trip. Boat Carry Down Access: No campground is an excellent overnight stop. Tables on Sites: 65 Lakeshore Trail (Sections 1 and 2 - foot, horse & mountain bike) Seasonal Comment: No ATV riding in campground or in the Fish Lake basin. As more national and state park campgrounds transition to reservation-based systems, it may seem 7 Overlanding Routes With Campgrounds Nearby. Grilles on Sites: 58 Doctor Creek (foot and horse) - 3 miles 160) near I15 - no charge and no potable water. Tent Sites: 0

The parking aprons are gravel.
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