Trout Lakes contains 5 primitive campsites and access roads within the campground. Three lakes provide fishing opportunities amid a setting of quiet conifers and aspen. Summer's quiet beauty turns to gold as autumn touches the aspen and rewards campers lingering in the area.
Access road to Trout Lakes is extremely hazardous when wet. This road is graveled from U.S. Highway 84 for three miles. The remainder is not graveled and is extremely slick and hazardous when wet. Monsoon rains make this road impassable. High clearance vehicle and 4 wheel drive is recommended. Large RV's or camper trailers are allowed but not recommended because of the road.
Be extremely cautious with fire and use only the fireplaces provided. Please do not cut down trees or shrubs; they provide natural scenery and shade-not firewood. Please do not carve on the trees. Carving leaves a wound where fungus can enter and kill the tree.
Please do not deposit fish remains in the lakes and clean fish away from the water. Please wrap fish remains and other highly spoilage meats, food, etc., in small plastic bags, then in bread wrappers,s and/or newspapers. Pack out all trash on your way out of the campground and fishing area.
Please pick up litter around your campsite and pack it out with you. Also please read and comply with the posted regulations.
Thank you for your help; enjoy your visit!
Very nice little campsites, a couple different lakes in the area. Only one outhouse by one of the lakes, the rest dont have any. Dirt roads on the way in, 4 wheel drive recommended but my kia made it without it. Roads do get bad when it rains so check the weather before! No water or trashcans but I did have cell service with t mobile. Overall a very secluded and quite site and a great little escape!
The campground has 4-5 sites for different groups. At each one there is a metal fire ring. Sites had plenty of room to park your vehIcle and pitch a tent or two. The site that I stayed at had a lot of trash including broken glass bottles which I had to clean up so my dogs did not cut their feet.