Aspen Grove Campground is located near Soldier Creek Dam above the Soldier Creek section of beautiful Strawberry Reservoir. Visitors flock to Strawberry for its excellent fishing, boating and trail opportunities.
Strawberry Reservoir offers excellent boating, water skiing and canoeing. Anglers fish for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout and Kokanee salmon.
Aspen Grove Day Use Area is less than 1/4 mile below the campground. A boat ramp, boat rentals, slips, a fish cleaning station and small general store are on-site.
The 12-mile Strawberry Narrows Trail begins at the day-use area. This scenic trail offers views of the reservoir and is open to hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding.
The campground offers several single and double-family sites, three of which are accessible. Improvements include paved roads and spurs, cement pads, tables and fire circles. There is no phone service. You must stay on the site you reserve; no site swapping is allowed. Flush toilets and drinking water are provided.
42 single sites - $23.00, capacity - 8 people + 1 vehicle
10 double sites - $46.00, capacity - 16 people
1 single site w/electricity/water/sewer - $36.00, capacity- 8 people
Picnicking (day use) in the campground - $9.00
Extra vehicle - $9.00 per vehicle
Boat launch at campground - $9.00
The campground lies in an aptly named mountain setting at an elevation of 7,800 feet. Aspen Grove's Loop A is situated among dense stands of aspen, which offer nice shade and stunning fall colors.
Loop B is much more open, covered only with sagebrush and grasses. There is no shade on this loop. The campground offers views of the reservoir.
The Strawberry OHV Trail System offers 75 miles of trails. Hikers and mountain bikers enjoy the extensive trail system as well.
Strawberry Visitor Center has interpretive displays, a working fish trap and egg collection station and a nature trail.
ADA Access: N
I have stayed here a couple times. We like campsite #38 because it is a double spot that can fit 3 or more cars or a truck and boat or large RV or trailer. It has a few flat spots for tents, and 2 tables and a nice fire ring. There are also lots of aspen trees that are nice for hanging a hammock in. The double spot is $46 a night and single is $23
Aspen grove is a beautiful camp site with lots of Aspen trees and in a valley it is a 5 minute walk to the marina of Strawberry. you also can launch a boat at the marina and you are only 5 minutes from the damn, were we caught some 22+ inch cutthrouts and other trout at the damn as well as a few smaller fish.
We caught around 250 crawfish that we cooked and ate at out camp site that night as well as cooking some steaks as well we had a surf and turf it made for a yummy dinner.
There is a water spiket at each campsites and bathrooms are close with running water. There is also a big dumpster to get rid of your trash. There is firewood you can purchase from the camp host. The camp host is really friendly and helpful.
I have stayed here each year in September and there is always spots open. It is better to call ahead because it can fill up. This is a beautiful campsite when the leafs start to change color. This in one of the nicest places to stay in Utah. https://www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/232390
Thought this might have gotten torched by the recent fire but everything is in pristine condition! Very serene camping here with Strawberry Reservoir being less than 5 minutes away. There is also a day use area that has a dock and marina. Loop A has more shade than B, but B is closer to the reservoir with more wide open views
I went to this campground on a ward campout, and it was very enjoyable. Featuring large portfolios that you can rent, with large firepits in the center of each portfolio, and plenty of flat ground to play and/or sleep on. I personally would reccomend going there with large groups of friends who aren’t too hardcore when it comes to camping.
Beautiful area close to the boat ramp and water. The deer here are very domesticated and will walk right into your camp. The Aspen surround the upper loop where we stayed. I would recommend the lower loop though if it's less crowded. The campsites are small and close together. There is a camp host, dogs allowed, toilets, water avail.
One of our favorite spots along US 40, this campground sits above Strawberry Reservoir and has great aspens that put on quite a show in the fall. We were lucky enough to spot moose (a safe distance away - i used a zoom lens to capture) the last time we were there. The campground is usually fairly empty mid-week in the fall, unless it's hunting season!
Had a wonderful time! Teens enjoyed boating, 4 wheeling., swimming and roasting marshmallows over the fire. Everyone had a Great Weekend.