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CAMPGROUND NAME: Barker

VISIT DATE: 06/02/2001

UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016

STATE: Utah

REGION: Intermountain

RANGER DISTRICT: Escalante

NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Escalante

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

DIRECTIONS:
From Escalante, UT, take State Rt. 12 west 3.7 miles to Barker
Reservoir sign.  Turn right after the sign onto a gravel road
(not marked) and go 0.1 miles to another Barker Reservoir sign
(Forest Rt. 149).  Immediately after the sign, turn right onto Rt.
149 (gravel) and go 12 miles to a "Y" intersection.  Bear left,
staying on Rt. 149, and go 3.4 miles  to campground.

NOTE: The last 3.4 miles of Forest Rt. 149 are steep, single-
lane, and switch-back with few turn-outs.

GENERAL COMMENTS:
The elevation is 9,500 ft.

NOTE: Campground is undergoing renovation.  Water is
temporarily turned off.  Check with Escalante Ranger District
Office for status.

The campground is a collection of four sections - Porter
Equestrian, Old Lady Young, Gates and Barker.  Each section is
named for early settlers to the area.  The Barker section has the
largest concentration of single family camp sites.  Gates is the
smallest with one large site that can be for a single family when
not used by a group and is adjacent to the Barker section.  The
Old Lady Young section is similar to Gates but near the Lower
Barker Reservoir.  Porter Equestrian, located away from the other
sections, offers both single family and a large group camp site. 
Each site in this section has hitching rails.  All the camp sites
are in a stand of young and mature Aspen below the Barker
Reservoirs.  Although the camp sites are RV friendly,  the access
road (Forest Rt. 149) is not recommended for travel trailers and
large RVs.  Ground-hugging understory of grass, wildflowers and
shrubs limit privacy between camp sites.  As this is a new
campground (2001), understory will likely increase in time
providing more privacy.  Each camp site has a bear-proof food
storage container.  Some sites have a dutch oven pad.  The
campground is pack it in, pack it out.

This is bear country; practice safe food storage techniques.

There are several day-trip possibilities, two of which are:

- Driving from Escalante to Boulder, UT along State Rt. 12 to
  enjoy the Escalante-Grand Staircase National Monument - awesome
  views of navajo sandstone canyons.
- a drive down the graveled Hole in the Rock Road (east of
  Escalante, UT off State Rt. 12) to Lake Powell.  Enjoy the heart
  of the Escalante-Grand Staircase National Monument.  It is not
  necessary to drive all the way to Lake Powell.

SEASONS
Open Seasonal: Yes
Open All Year: No

Seasonal Comment:
Open Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day.

RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED
Rate: $10 per day
Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14

CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION
No. RV Sites: 0
No. Tent Sites: 0
No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 19
   
   Total Sites: 19

Tent Pads: No
Open Sites: Yes
Wooded Sites: Yes

No. Tables on Sites: 19
No. Grilles on Sites: 19
Equestrian Camping:  No

RV INFORMATION
Hookups: None
No. RV Pull Throughs: 0
Waste Station: No
Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 49'

Comments:
The parking aprons are dirt.

FACILITIES
Vaults: Yes
Flush Toilets: No
Hot Showers: No
Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes

Public Phone: No
Playground: No
No. Water Spigots (non-site): 6
  No. Threaded: 0

Comments:
Water temporarily turned off; see General Comments.

WATER SPORTS
Lake: Yes
Swimming (provided): No
Sailing: No
Boat Ramp: Yes
Boat Carry Down Access: No
Power Boating: No
Boating (no power): Yes
Water Skiing: No
Rafting (whitewater): No
Kayaking (whitewater): No

Comments:
The Upper Barker Reservoir is 4 acres and has a primitive boat
ramp.  Lower Barker Reservoir is 5 acres and has a boat dock.

HIKING - No

Comments:
Located at the day-use area adjacent to the Upper Barker
Reservoir are connectors to the Great Western Trail plus a
network of trails to the back country.

FISHING   
Rainbow and Brook trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Cedar Canyon VISIT DATE: 05/21/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Cedar City RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: In Cedar City, UT, at intersection of State Rts. 130 and 14, take Rt. 14 east 12.2 miles to campground sign. Turn left at sign, crossing over bridge, into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 8,100 ft. The campground, adjacent to State Rt. 14 and convenient to the Ashdown Gorge Wilderness, stretches out between a mountainside and the seasonal Crow Creek which feeds into Cold Creek. Rt. 14 is lightly traveled so traffic noise is minimal. The camp sites are nestled in a pleasant mixture of Aspen, spruce and other conifer trees with some having split parking aprons. This is a good overnight campground. Privacy between sites is fair. A good day trip from the campground is Cedar Breaks National Monument (about 12 miles). Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks are also a possibility but they are about 50 and 67 miles away, respectively. This is bear country; practice safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Memorial Day weekend through September 8 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 18 Total Sites: 18 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 18 No. Grilles on Sites: 18 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 40' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. An RV waste station with potable water is available at Duck Creek campground (Forest Service), 15 miles east on State Rt. 14. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 7 No. Threaded: 3 WATER SPORTS - None HIKING - No Comments: The campground is convenient to the 34-mile Virgin River Trail and a network of trails in the Ashdown Gorge Wilderness. FISHING - No Comments: Rainbow Trout fishing is available for children at Kid's Pond at the nearby Woods Ranch - county facility.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Crackfoot VISIT DATE: 04/24/2012 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Pine Valley NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Veyo RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Veyo, UT, take State Rt. 18 north 6 miles to Pine Valley sign (Pine Valley Rd.). Turn right onto Pine Valley Rd. and go 8.2 miles to "T" intersection and Pine Valley Recreation Area sign (Main St.). Turn right and go .1 mile to the Pine Valley Recreation Area's entrance gate. NOTE: Directions created using mapping software. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 6800 ft. NOTE: The authors did not survey this campground. Skeletal information provided by the Pine Valley Ranger District office and concessionaire. The campground, a single loop, is one of six in the Pine Valley Recreation Area. It is located near the Middle Fork of the Santa Clara River in a stand of Ponderosa pines and deciduous trees overlooking the Pine Valley Reservoir. The campground is convenient to the Whipple trail head and site of a former keg factory, operated during the 1860s. Open and grass areas give this campground a spacious feeling but minimal privacy. The river is fed by snow melt and may be dry after spring thaw. Campground has a mix of walk-in tent only campsites and sites that can accommodate campers with both recreational vehicles and tents. The campground is adjacent to Effie Beckstrom Group campground (not included in this review). The Pine Valley Recreation Area is adjacent to the Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness. Gas and limited groceries may be available in Pine Valley, UT. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: Seasonal Comment: Open second weekend in May through September 30 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 16 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 5 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 18 Total Sites: 23 Tent Pads: Yes Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 23 No. Grilles on Sites: 23 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 60' Comments: The parking aprons are paved and all about same size. A Forest Service RV dump station is available, with no portable water, at west end of Pine Valley, Utah. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 2 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: Coin-operated showers are available at the Pine Valley Lodge in Pine Valley, UT. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Pine Valley Reservoir is about 5 acres. HIKING There are 18 trails in the Pine Valley Recreation Area including: Whipple #31018 (foot only) - 6 miles Brown's point #31008 (foot and horse) - 4 miles Gardner Peak #31006 (foot only) - 3 miles FISHING Rainbow trout A wheelchair friendly fishing pier is located at the reservoir.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Dean Gardner VISIT DATE: 04/24/2012 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Pine Valley NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Veyo RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: From Veyo, UT, take State Rt. 18 north 6 miles to Pine Valley sign (Pine Valley Rd.). Turn right onto Pine Valley Rd. and go 8.2 miles to "T" intersection and Pine Valley Recreation Area sign (Main St.). Turn right and go .1 mile to the Pine Valley Recreation Area's entrance gate. NOTE: Directions were created using mapping software. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 6800 ft. NOTE: The authors did not survey this campground. Skeletal information provided by Pine Valley Ranger District office and concessionaire. The campground, a single loop, is one of six in the Pine Valley Recreation Area. It is located near the Middle Fork of the Santa Clara River in a stand of Ponderosa pines and deciduous trees overlooking the Pine Valley Reservoir. The campground is convenient to the Whipple trail head and site of a former keg factory, operational during the 1860s. Open and grass areas give this campground a spacious feeling but minimal privacy. The river is fed by snow melt and may be dry after spring thaw. This campground was formerly known as Loop E of Pine Valley Recreation Area. The Pine Valley Recreation Area is adjacent to the Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness. Gas and limited groceries may be available in Pine Valley, UT. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open second weekend in May through Septeber 30 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 16 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 24 Total Sites: 24 Tent Pads: Yes Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 24 No. Grilles on Sites: 24 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 2 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 60" Comments: The parking aprons are paved and all about same size. A Forest Service RV dump station is available, with no portable water, at west end of Pine Valley, Utah. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 2 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: Coin-operated showers are available at the Pine Valley Lodge in the town of Pine Valley. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Pine Valley Reservoir is about 5 acres. HIKING There are 18 trails in the Pine Valley Recreation Area including: Whipple #31018 (foot only) - 6 miles Brown's point #31008 (foot and horse) - 4 miles Gardner Peak #31006 (foot only) - 3 miles FISHING Rainbow trout A wheelchair friendly fishing pier is located at the reservoir.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Duck Creek VISIT DATE: 05/21/2001 UPDATE DATE: 8/6/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Cedar City RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: In Cedar City, UT, at the intersection of State Rts. 130 and 14, take Rt. 14 east 27.9 miles to campground sign. Turn left into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 8,600 ft. The campground, adjacent to Duck Creek Pond, is composed of five loops - A, B, C, D, and E. Loop A has paved parking aprons, flush toilets (and a vault), raised fire grilles and camp sites in spruce and Aspen trees. Loops B through E are tucked into lava beds and mixed stands of conifer trees with gravel parking aprons. Two volley ball courts are available and interpretive programs are presented on weekends during the summer. Possible day trips from the campground are Bryce Canyon National Park (about 51 miles), Zion National Park (about 66 miles) and Cedar Breaks National Monument (about 15 miles). This is bear country; practice safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Memorial Day weekend through September 30 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $17 per day - single $34 per day - double NOTE: American the Beautiful (Senior or Access discount) pass accepted only for single sites. Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 1 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 91 Total Sites: 92 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 92 No. Grilles on Sites: 92 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 2 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 50' Comments: The parking aprons are paved in Loop A; the remaining loops are comprised of gravel parking aprons. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: Yes Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 29 No. Threaded: 1 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: No Boating (no power): No Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Duck Creek Pond is 3 acres. HIKING Lost Hunter Trail (loop - foot, horse & mountain bike) - 3.5 miles Old Ranger Interpretive Trail (foot) - 0.5 miles FISHING Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Ebenezer Bryce VISIT DATE: 04/24/2012 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Pine Valley NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Veyo RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Veyo, UT, take State Rt. 18 north 6 miles to Pine Valley sign (Pine Valley Rd.). Turn right onto Pine Valley Rd. and go 8.2 miles to "T" intersection and Pine Valley Recreation Area sign (Main St.). Turn right and go .1 mile to the Pine Valley Recreation Area's entrance gate. NOTE: Directions were created using mapping software. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 6800 ft. NOTE: The authors did not survey this campground. Information provided by Pine Valley Ranger District office and concessionaire. This small walk-in tent only campground is one of six in the Pine Valley Recreation Area. It stretches along the Middle Fork of the Santa Clara River in a stand of Ponderosa pines and deciduous trees. It is convenient to the Whipple trail head and site of a former keg factory, operational during the 1860s. The campground is the furthest from Pine Valley Reservoir. Open and grass areas give this campground a spacious feeling but minimal privacy. The river is fed by snow melt and may be dry after spring thaw. This campground was formerly known as Loop K of Pine Valley Recreation Area. The Pine Valley Recreation Area is adjacent to the Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness. Gas and limited groceries may be available in Pine Valley, UT. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open second weekend in May through September 30 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 16 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 14 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 0 Total Sites: 14 Tent Pads: Yes Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 14 No. Grilles on Sites: 14 Equestrian Camping: No FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 2 No. Threaded: 0 Comments: Coin-operated showers are available at the Pine Valley Lodge in the town of Pine Valley. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): Yes Comments: Pine Valley Reservoir is about 5 acres. HIKING There are 18 trails in the Pine Valley Recreation Area including: Whipple #31018 (foot only) - 6 miles Brown's point #31008 (foot and horse) - 4 miles Gardner Peak #31006 (foot only) - 3 miles FISHING Rainbow trout A wheelchair friendly fishing pier is located at the reservoir.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Honeycomb Rocks VISIT DATE: 05/22/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Pine Valley NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Enterprise RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: In Enterprise, UT, take Main St./State Rt. 219 west to where both routes end (west end of town). Continue straight on an unnamed road for 5.4 miles to "Y" intersection and campground sign. Bear left and go 4.8 miles to sign saying, among other things, "Campground." Turn right at sign and go 0.6 miles to campground sign. Turn left into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 5,700 ft. The campground, located in a high desert environment, is located across from Enterprise Reservoir. Camp sites are located among a unique rock formation of volcanic tuff - good rock climbing, bouldering. Privacy between sites is excellent. Ponderosa pine, Gamble oak and heavy sagebrush are scattered throughout campground. This is a "rustic" campground in an unusual environment best visited during the spring and fall. All camp sites are shaded with ramadas and tuff boulders. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Memorial Day weekend through September 30. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $11 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 3 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 18 Total Sites: 21 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: No No. Tables on Sites: 21 No. Grilles on Sites: 16 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 3 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 40' Comments: The parking aprons are dirt and gravel. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 7 No. Threaded: 7 Comments: Campground potable water has high sodium content. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Enterprise Reservoir is 475 acres. HIKING - No FISHING Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Kings Creek VISIT DATE: 05/29/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Powell NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Tropic RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Tropic, UT, take State Rt. 12 west 7.6 miles to Kings Creek campground and Scenic Backway signs. Turn left at Scenic Backway sign onto gravel road and go 7 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign and go 0.8 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 8,000 ft. NOTE: The campground is also known as King Creek campground. The campground, within walking distance of Tropic Reservoir, is composed of two loops in the shape of a figure "8." It is tucked in among Ponderosa pines with an understory that tends to be rocky and dirt with patches of grass. None of the camp sites overlook the reservoir. Privacy between camp sites is fair and the campground is pack it in, pack it out. ATVs are permitted in the campground. Nice day trips are exploring the Bryce Canyon National Park (about 20 miles away) and the Red Canyon hiking and mountain bike trails (about 12 miles west on State Rt.12). SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 15 through October 1. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $12 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 37 Total Sites: 37 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 37 No. Grilles on Sites: 37 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 50' Comments: The parking aprons are rock and gravel. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 9 No. Threaded: 9 Comments: Vault is not wheelchair friendly. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Tropic Reservoir is 120 acres. HIKING Chimney Rock Trail (foot, horse and mountain bike) - 1.8 miles Fremont ATV Trail (ATV) - 50 miles King Creek Trail (foot) - 1.5 miles East Fork ATV Trail (ATV) - 77 miles Convenient to the 72-mile Paunsaugunt ATV Trail and The Great Western Trail (multi-use) - Mexico to Canada FISHING Rainbow, Brook and Cutthroat trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Navajo Lake VISIT DATE: 05/21/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Cedar City RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: In Cedar City, UT, at intersection of State Rts. 130 and 14, take Rt. 14 east 25.5 miles to Navajo Lake and trailer signs. Turn right at signs and go 3.3 miles to campground sign. The campground is on both sides of the roadway. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 9,200 ft. The campground, heavily wooded with spruce and other conifers, has two sections, one along the Navajo Lake shoreline and the other across the road. The walk-in tent sites on the lake side of campground have delightful views of the lake. The nearby Navajo Lake Lodge offers groceries, bait and boat rentals. There is little to no understory. Privacy between camp sites is fair. Possible day trips from the campground are: Bryce Canyon National Park - 56 miles; Zion National Park - 66 miles; and Cedar Breaks National Monument - 15 miles. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Memorial Day weekend through September 14 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - double NOTE: American the Beautiful (Senior or Access discount) pass accepted only for single sites. Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 12 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 15 Total Sites: 27 Tent Pads: Yes Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 27 No. Grilles on Sites: 27 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 35' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. An RV waste station with potable water is available for no fee at the Te-Ah campground (Forest Service), 2.2 miles west of campground. Another waste station with potable water is available for no fee at the Duck Creek campground (Forest Service), 2.4 miles east on State Rt. 14. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 7 No. Threaded: 1 Comments: Threaded spigot located on the upper loop. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Navajo Lake is 418 acres. Boat ramps are available for a fee at Navajo Lake Lodge and campground. The boat ramps are not big-boat friendly. HIKING Navajo Trail - 1 mile Connector to: Navajo Lake Loop Trail - 11.5 miles Virgin River Rim Trail - 34 miles All trails are foot, horse and mountain bike. FISHING Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Panguitch Lake North VISIT DATE: 05/23/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Panguitch RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: From Panguitch, UT, take State Rt. 143 west 18.1 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign into campground. NOTE: Campground sign says: "Panguitch Lake." GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 8,400 ft. The campground, located on a hillside overlooking Panguitch Lake, is composed of one large loop, a small loop and a spur. Most camp sites enjoy a pleasant view of the lake, but there is no direct access to the lake from the campground. Large, mature Ponderosa pines provide most sites with shade with a fragrant bed of needles together with sage scattered throughout. Nearby general store offers groceries, bait and gas. Interpretive programs are offered during the summer season; check the fee station bulletin board. For day trips, the campground is convenient to Cedar Breaks National Monument (about 20 miles) and Bryce Canyon National Park (about 45 miles). SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 15 through September 21 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 46 Total Sites: 46 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 46 No. Grilles on Sites: 46 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 9 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 52' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. A Forest Service waste station with potable water is available for no fee, 0.3 miles east of campground entrance on West Shore Rd. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 14 No. Threaded: 13 WATER SPORTS - None Comments: The campground is convenient to the 1,054-acre Panguitch Lake - 0.7 miles to a marina and 0.8 miles to a boat ramp (no fee). HIKING - No FISHING - No Comments: Convenient to Rainbow trout fishing at Panguitch Lake.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Panguitch Lake South VISIT DATE: 05/23/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Panguitch RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Panguitch, UT, take State Rt. 143 west 18.1 miles to campground sign. Turn left at sign into campground. NOTE: Campground sign says: "Panguitch Lake." GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 8,400 ft. The campground, located 1.2 miles from Panguitch Lake, stretches out along a hillside above State Rt. 143. Most camp sites overlook Rt. 143, and although lightly traveled, traffic noise is distracting. The camp sites are tucked in among a pleasant mixture of Ponderosa pine, Douglas fir and spruce trees. Good spacing between campsites and the dense stand of trees provide good privacy. Two camp sites have a partial view of the lake. Nearby general store offers groceries, bait and gas. Interpretive programs are offered during the summer season; check the fee station bulletin board. For day trips, the campground is convenient to Cedar Breaks National Monument (about 20 miles) and Bryce Canyon National Park (about 45 miles). SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 15 through September 7 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $12 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 17 Total Sites: 17 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: No Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 17 No. Grilles on Sites: 17 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 9 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 13' X 45' Comments: The parking aprons are dirt with some being irregular shape and eroded. Some aprons have hazardous overhanging branches. A Forest Service waste station with potable water is available for no fee, 0.3 miles east of campground entrance on West Shore Rd. NOTE: Forest Service does not recommend travel trailers. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 3 No. Threaded: 3 WATER SPORTS - None Comments: The campground is convenient to the 1,054-acre Panguitch Lake - 0.7 miles to a marina and 0.8 miles to a boat ramp (no fee). HIKING - No FISHING - No Comments: Convenient to Rainbow trout fishing at Panguitch Lake.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Pine Lake VISIT DATE: 05/30/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Escalante NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Tropic RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: From Tropic, UT, take State Rt. 12 west 4.7 miles to Antimony sign (State Rt. 22). Turn right at sign onto Rt. 22 and go 10.7 miles to campground sign (Forest Rt. 132). Turn right onto Rt. 132 (dirt and gravel) and go 5.5 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 7,700 ft. The campground, pack it in, pack it out and located within walking distance of Pine Lake, is composed of two connected loops. This is a quiet, pleasant campground in stands of Ponderosa pine, spruce and juniper. The understory is primarily grass and privacy between camp sites is good. Two sites have a partial view of the lake. The campground is convenient to the Bryce Canyon National Park (about 23 miles away). This is bear country; practice safe food storage techniques. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Memorial Day weekend through mid-September RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $11 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 27 Total Sites: 27 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 27 No. Grilles on Sites: 27 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 0 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 13' X 60' Comments: The parking aprons are dirt and gravel. The campground will accommodate any size RV. An RV waste station is available for a fee at Ruby's Inn Campground on State Rt. 63, 1.6 miles south of the intersection of State Rts. 12, 22 and 63. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 9 No. Threaded: 5 Comments: Showers are available for a fee at Ruby's Inn Campground on State Rt. 63 (1.6 miles south of intersection of State Rts. 12, 22 and 63). WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: Yes Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Pine Lake is 25 acres. Boat ramp is 0.4 miles from campground on west side of lake. HIKING Pine Lake ATV Trail (ATV) - 22 miles Henderson Canyon (foot and horse) - 9 miles Burro (foot and horse) - 2 miles Great Western Trail (foot, horse, ATV) - 83 miles (Escalante Ranger District) FISHING Rainbow and Brook trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Pine Valley Equestrian VISIT DATE: 05/22/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Pine Valley NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Veyo RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: From Veyo, UT, take State Rt. 18 north 6 miles to Pine Valley sign (Pine Valley Rd.). Turn right onto Pine Valley Rd. and go 8.2 miles to "T" intersection and Pine Valley Recreation Area sign (Main St.). Turn left onto Main St. and go 1.7 miles to Equestrian sign. Turn right at sign onto gravel road and go 0.2 miles to campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 6,800 ft. NOTE: Reservations can be made only for campers bringing a horse(s) to the campground. The campground, one of five in the Pine Valley Recreation Area, is a single loop through a sage-covered area with some Ponderosa pines and lots of Gamble oak providing some shade. Many of the camp sites have corrals and/or hitching rails. Camp sites without corrals are large enough for portable corrals. There is also a parking lot with large corral and watering trough. The tent-only sites are walk-in and have no grilles but do have fire pits. There are excellent views of the Pine Valley Mountains. The Pine Valley Reservoir is 0.7 miles from entrance to campground. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Memorial Day weekend through September 30. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - multiple Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 4 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 14 Total Sites: 18 Tent Pads: Yes Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 18 No. Grilles on Sites: 14 Equestrian Camping: Yes RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 3 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 65' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. The parking aprons are gravel. A Forest Service waste station with potable water and no fee, is 4.5 miles east of State Rt. 18 on Pine Valley Rd. (before the town of Pine Valley). FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 8 No. Threaded: 8 Comments: There is one "fancy" flush toilet with tile interior and no sink. Coin-operated showers are available at the Pine Valley Lodge in the town of Pine Valley. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: No Boating (no power): No Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Pine Valley Reservoir is 5 acres. HIKING There are 18 trails in the Pine Valley Recreation Area with lengths varying from 2 to 35 miles. Some access the Pine Valley Mountain Wilderness and all are foot and horse. Some permit mountain biking. FISHING Rainbow trout A wheelchair friendly fishing pier is located at the reservoir.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Posey Lake VISIT DATE: 06/02/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Escalante NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Escalante RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: In Escalante, UT, at intersection of State Rt. 12 and 300E at Posey Lake sign, turn left onto 300E and go 13.8 miles to a "Y" intersection (Forest Rt. 154). Bear left onto Rt. 154 and go 1.8 miles to campground sign. Turn left at sign into campground. NOTE: The road surface changes to gravel after first 3.5 miles and becomes Forest Rt. 153 at Forest boundary (7.2 miles). GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 8,200 ft. The campground (a.k.a. Posy Lake), located within walking distance of Posey Lake, is configured as a large single loop meandering up and around a hillside. The camp sites are nestled among a pleasant mixture of conifer and Aspen trees. None of the camp sites overlook the lake, but privacy between sites is excellent. The lake is popular for anglers and canoers. The narrow and partially eroded interior road, roadside trees, tight turns, and reverse angle parking aprons make this a campground not suitable for travel trailers and large motor homes. The campground was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in 1935. It is pack it in, pack it out. Firewood is available for a fee. There are several day-trip possibilities, two of which are: - Driving from Escalante to Boulder, UT along State Rt. 12 to enjoy the Escalante-Grand Staircase National Monument - awesome views of navajo sandstone canyons. - a drive down the graveled Hole in the Rock Road (east of Escalante, UT off State Rt. 12) to Lake Powell. Enjoy the heart of the Escalante-Grand Staircase National Monument. It is not necessary to drive all the way to Lake Powell. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Memorial Day weekend through mid-September. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $10 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 22 Total Sites: 22 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 22 No. Grilles on Sites: 22 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 15' X 45' Comments: The Parking aprons are gravel. The campground is not suitable for travel trailers and large motor homes - see General Comments. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: No Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 8 No. Threaded: 8 WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: Yes Boat Carry Down Access: No Power Boating: No Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Posey Lake is about 4 acres. Excellent for canoers. The boat ramp is primitive. HIKING Posey Lake Overlook Trail (foot) - 1 mile Posey Lake Trail Head (foot and horse) - accesses the Great Western Trail FISHING Rainbow and Brook trout There is a fish cleaning station near entrance to campground.

CAMPGROUND NAME: Red Canyon VISIT DATE: 05/28/2001 UPDATE DATE: 8/6/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Powell NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Panguitch RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: From Panguitch, UT, take US Rt. 89 south 6.1 miles to Bryce Canyon National Park and State Rt. 12 signs. Turn left at signs onto Rt. 12 and go 3.8 miles to campground sign. Turn right into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 7,400 ft. The campground, located in Red Canyon adjacent to State Rt. 12, is composed of two loops - A and B. The loops are separated by a dry wash with some sites in both loops adjacent to the seasonal Red Canyon Wash. Ponderosa pine and juniper provide shade to the camp sites and the surrounding Red Canyon offers fantastic views. Loop A is flatter with fewer shrubs while Loop B has many of the camp sites located along a hillside and set deeper into the trees. This Loop also has a few Douglas fir and a wide variety of shrubs. Privacy between camp sites is excellent. Traffic noise from Rt. 12 can be heard throughout the campground. Although composed of the same Claron limestone formation as nearby Bryce Canyon, Red Canyon is a deeper red. Butch Cassidy was raised not to far from Red Canyon. It is said many of his hideouts were located throughout the Canyon. In fact, it is alleged one of his food storage locations is found along the Arches Trail. Visit the Red Canyon Amphitheater in Loop B above camp site 23. It was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) between 1933 and 1936 and is a designated historic site. The campground is a good base camp to an extensive trail system (most modes, i.e., foot, ATV, horse, etc.) in and out of Red Canyon. Drop by the Forest Service Visitor Center 0.5 miles west of the campground on State Rt. 12 and, among other things, obtain brochures/maps on the trails. Visiting Bryce Canyon National Park is a must day trip - it's only about 13 miles from the campground. While at the campground, consider hiking the Buckhorn Trail (foot only). It departs out of Loop B and is rated by the Forest Service as moderate to strenuous. The authors hiked it and found the vegetation along the way and views of Red Canyon and the distant mountains to the west absolutely fabulous. After about 0.3 miles, one has a choice to turn left or continue straight. The authors continued straight which took them over a ridge line. For some with a fear of heights, this might not be a good option. For those who suffer such a malady, turning left seemed to be a better choice. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 1 through October 1. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $18 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 35 Total Sites: 35 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 35 No. Grilles on Sites: 35 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 12 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 50' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. The campground can accommodate any size RV. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: Yes Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 15 No. Threaded: 14 Comments: The showers, wheelchair friendly, are coin operated and located in Loop A. WATER SPORTS - None HIKING Buckhorn Trail (foot) - 1 mile Red Canyon Bicycle Trail (foot & bike, paved) - 5 miles FISHING - No

CAMPGROUND NAME: Spruces VISIT DATE: 05/21/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Cedar City RESERVATIONS: No DIRECTIONS: In Cedar City, UT, at intersection of State Rts. 130 and 14, take Rt. 14 east 25.5 miles to Navajo Lake and trailer signs. Turn right at signs and go 2.4 miles to campground sign. The campground is on both sides of the roadway. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 9,200 ft. The campground is composed of two sections, one at the Navajo Lake shoreline and the other across and above the road. The lakeside section offers open, shoreline camp sites as well as some tucked in among some spruce trees. The upper section is heavily wooded with spruce and fir and has good privacy between camp sites. Sites 16 through 19 are located on a dead end and not recommended for RVs. Six of the tent sites are walk-in. The nearby Navajo Lake Lodge offers groceries, bait and boat rentals. Possible day trips from the campground are: Bryce Canyon National Park - 56 miles; Zion National Park - 66 miles; and Cedar Breaks National Monument - 15 miles. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 22 through September 14 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $12 per day - walk-in tent $15 per day - single $30 per day - double NOTE: American the Beautiful (Senior or Access discount) pass accepted only for single sites. Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 2 No. Tent Sites: 10 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 21 Total Sites: 33 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 33 No. Grilles on Sites: 28 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 1 Waste Station: No Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 40' Comments: The parking aprons are gravel. An RV waste station with potable water is available for no fee at the Te-Ah campground (Forest Service), 2.2 miles west of campground. Another waste station with potable water is available for no fee at the Duck Creek campground (Forest Service), 2.4 miles east on State Rt. 14. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 9 No. Threaded: 6 Comments: The wheelchair friendly toilet located in upper section of campground. WATER SPORTS Lake: Yes Swimming (provided): No Sailing: No Boat Ramp: No Boat Carry Down Access: Yes Power Boating: Yes Boating (no power): Yes Water Skiing: No Rafting (whitewater): No Kayaking (whitewater): No Comments: Navajo Lake is 418 acres. Boat ramps are located at Navajo Lake Lodge for a fee and Navajo Lake campground, also for a fee. Boat ramps are not big-boat friendly. HIKING Fir Trail - obtain information from Ranger District Office Navajo Loop Trail (foot, horse & mountain bike) - 11.5 miles FISHING Rainbow trout

CAMPGROUND NAME: Te-Ah VISIT DATE: 05/21/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Long Valley Junction RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: In Cedar City, UT, at intersection of State Rts. 130 and 14, take Rt. 14 east 25.5 miles to Navajo Lake and trailer signs. Turn right at signs and go 5.5 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 9,200 ft. The campground, located near Navajo Lake, is composed of two loops - Upper Loop and Lower Loop. The Lower Loop reaches out toward the lake and contains longer parking aprons. A few camp sites have a view of the lake. The Upper Loop meanders up a hillside and has shorter parking aprons. Although there are a few spruce trees, Aspens provide lacy shade for most camp sites. This is a quiet campground with grass understory and good privacy between camp sites. The Navajo Lake Lodge is nearby where a boat ramp, groceries and bait are available. Possible day trips from the campground are: Bryce Canyon National Park - 56 miles; Zion National Park - 66 miles; and Cedar Breaks National Monument - 15 miles. SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 0 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 41 Total Sites: 41 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 41 No. Grilles on Sites: 41 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 4 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 14' X 40' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. FACILITIES Vaults: No Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: No Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 10 No. Threaded: 0 WATER SPORTS - None Comments: The 418-acre Navajo Lake is nearby. Also nearby is the Navajo Lake Lodge where a boat ramp is available for a fee. Back toward State Rt. 14 is the Navajo Lake campground (Forest Service) where another boat ramp is available for a fee. Boat ramps are not big-boat friendly. HIKING Pinks Trail - 0.25 miles; connects to the Virgin River Rim Trail (34 miles). Navajo Lake Loop Trail - 11.5 miles All trails are foot, horse and mountain bike. FISHING - No Comments: Rainbow trout at nearby Navajo Lake

CAMPGROUND NAME: White Bridge VISIT DATE: 05/23/2001 UPDATE DATE: 5/20/2016 STATE: Utah REGION: Intermountain RANGER DISTRICT: Cedar City NEAREST CITY/TOWN: Panguitch RESERVATIONS: 1-877-444-6777 or make on-line reservation DIRECTIONS: From Panguitch, UT, take State Rt. 143 west 12 miles to campground sign. Turn right at sign into campground. GENERAL COMMENTS: The elevation is 7,900 ft. The campground stretches along Panguitch Creek with most camp sites along it and shaded with cottonwoods. Those sites not located along the creek, have ramadas over the picnic tables. The camp sites look out onto sage and juniper-covered hillsides. State Rt. 143 is lightly traveled and not distracting. The understory is grass with fair to good privacy between camp sites. Camp sites 25 through 29 are on a dead-end road; travel trailers not recommend by Forest Service. The campground is convenient to Cedar Breaks National Monument (about 20 miles) and Bryce Canyon National Park (about 45 miles). SEASONS Open Seasonal: Yes Open All Year: No Seasonal Comment: Open May 15 through September 21 RATE AND MAXIMUM STAY PERMITTED Rate: $15 per day - single $30 per day - double Maximum Stay Permitted (days): 14 CAMPGROUND SITE CONFIGURATION No. RV Sites: 0 No. Tent Sites: 5 No. Combined Sites (Tent or RV): 23 Total Sites: 28 Tent Pads: No Open Sites: Yes Wooded Sites: Yes No. Tables on Sites: 28 No. Grilles on Sites: 28 Equestrian Camping: No RV INFORMATION Hookups: None No. RV Pull Throughs: 2 Waste Station: Yes Potable Water at Waste Station: Yes Average Parking Apron Size: 12' X 38' Comments: The parking aprons are paved. FACILITIES Vaults: Yes Flush Toilets: Yes Hot Showers: No Wheelchair Friendly Toilets: Yes Public Phone: No Playground: No No. Water Spigots (non-site): 8 No. Threaded: 7 Comments: Wheelchair friendly toilet is at the vault. WATER SPORTS - None HIKING - No FISHING Rainbow trout




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