Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
No Drinking Water
About Maple Lake Campground

Timbered setting with limited accessibility. Lake fishing and floating, rafting, kayaking, swimming, and hiking are popular recreation activities for this area. There is no water available at this campground. 7 single sites.

Fee Info
$21, capacity 8 people + 1 vehicle. $8 extra vehicle and day use fee.
Reservation Info
This is a non-reservable area.
USDA Forest Service
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
No Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Maple Lake Campground is located in Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest in Utah
39.9556 N
-111.6913 W
6 ft
Get Directions
5 miles south of Payson on Nebo Loop Scenic Byway. 1 mile south of Maple Bench Campground.
3 Reviews of Maple Lake Campground
One of my favorite places ever!

Absolutely beautiful setting. Lots of trees if you want to hammock. Plenty of space for tents too. Unreal location, and the lake is beautiful.

What lake

It’s berry beautiful

First to Review
Great area, close to town; fishing and cows are a problem

I camped here in 2017 for a week long Scout camp, and it was wonderful! Plenty of fishing, hiking and fun. This year (2018) the Forest Service decided to have someone let their cow herd loose in the area. We spent the week chasing the cows away, and waking up at 5AM when the cows started mooing. We went for a week long Scout camp again, and the Scouts didn't catch a single fish the whole week. The cows would go to the lake to drink, so 3 to 4 feet of the shore around the entire lake was destroyed by the cows and turned into a muddy mess. I was very upset about the cows. I hate cows now (except for eating them). As long as they don't let the cows in, it's a great place to camp and fish. There is no water at the campsites. You have to go to the camp host and they have a water spigot there to get water.