Anderson Cove Campground is a popular facility located 10 miles east of Ogden, Utah, on the banks of Pineview Reservoir in scenic Ogden Valley. Visitors enjoy boating, fishing, swimming, and pineview resevoir camping.
Campers come to Anderson Cove for picnicking, fishing, swimming and boating. Pineview Reservoir offers excellent water skiing opportunities. Kayaking and canoeing are popular on the reservoir's quieter coves.
A boat ramp, swimming beach, volleyball courts and horseshoe pits are located within the campground.
This large campground contains five group sites that can each accommodate up to 100 people. Two of these sites are accessible and all five have large picnic shelters. Several single and double-family sites are available as well. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. A dump station and small general store are located on-site.
58 single sites - $28.00
Tent Only Site - $21.00
Limits: 1 self-contained unit and up to 5 tents,
1 vehicle included in fee (additional vehicles - $8.00 per vehicle)
9 double sites - $55.00
Limits: 2 self-contained units and up to 10 tents
2 vehicles included in fee (additional vehicles - $8.00 per vehicle)
4 group sites - $255.00
Limits: 100 people, 20 vehicles included in fee (additional vehicles are $8.00 per vehicle)
Day Use/Boat Launch - $18.00
Trailer Dump (on-site campers) - $6.00
Trailer Dump (off-site campers) - $10.00
Walk in at all sites - $7.00 per person
Anderson Cove 801-745-2265
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Anderson Cove lies at an elevation of 5,000 feet. Its open meadows and manicured lawns are lined with a variety of shade trees. Temperatures are warm during the day.
Ogden River Scenic Byway, this beautiful byway, beginning at the mouth of Ogden Canyon winds through 44 miles of Utah's most beautiful mountains and countryside. Rock walls and tree-covered mountain sides line the roadway that follows the Ogden River to Pineview Dam. Small islands dot the man-made reservoir and surrounding fields are either shades of green or snow-white. The magnificent Wasatch Mountain Range stretches heavenward and the mountains cradle the reservoir and small communities through which the byway passes in their gentle valleys.
ADA Access: N
A good campground, but for a price. I prefer BLM camping even though there are less luxuries and amenities. Dogs are allowed on leash at the campground only, not on the beach. There are operators riding around on golf carts frequently throughout the day. The market provides foods and necessities including wood but it’s all pretty over priced. Overall we had a good time, the place is nice. Camp areas are all pretty close together, not very private.
This is a huge campground that sits on the south side of Pineview Reservoir that has a multitude of options for camping and day trips as well as a marina. The first Forest Service Campground you'll encounter heading up Ogden Canyon and the only major campground on the south side of Pineview. There are 58 single sites for 28$ as well as additional tent sites that are cheaper for 21$. There are also 9 double sites and 4 group sites along with parking for boat trailers and day use for picnic and beach access. Every site has a metal fire ring and a varying amount of picnic tables. There is a small convenience store kin the reservation hut as well as vault toilets and drinking water spigots spread throughout the campground.
For fun things to do in the area look no further than Pineview Reservoir just to the north! From chilling on the beach to fishing from shore or swimming. There are many options for easy, cheap recreation direct from camp. There is also a boat launch ramp right in the campground that makes it easy to spend the day motor boating around the reservoir. Just down canyon there is also a decent amount of decent climbing on some good to high quality quartzite rock.
A very clean and very convenient campground. Tons of trails nearby and being on the reservoir is great for hot days. Fishing was a blast! Will definitely be back.
This was a really nice place for only being 40 mins from the city. Good beach front not a far walk from our campsite. Lots of trees to hang your hammocks up on. If you have some water toys it’s awesome because you can anchor them on the shore or the dock.
You need to reserve sites here well in advance as it fills up for the entire Summer as soon as the reservation window opens. It is very clean and well maintained! We loved that we could bring the jet skis right over to the beach at the campground and also that they have a dog beach. We had a fantastic view from our site.
Pretty busy little campgrounds. Kids liked it here.
Beautiful scenery. Extremely helpful staff. Very clean campground!