Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Water Unknown
About Friendship Campground

Friendship Campground is located about 15 miles from Hyrum, Utah, in the mountains of Blacksmith Fork Canyon at an elevation of 5,600 feet. Visitors enjoy hiking, fishing and exploring off-road trails.


Friendship offers many recreational activities. Richards Hollow Trail, for hiking and mountain biking, begins just outside the campground. Left Hand Fork provides great fishing for wild brown, cutthroat and rainbow trout. The Shoshone ATV Trail System is nearby.


This campground has 5 single family sites and 1 group camp site that accomodates up to 25 people. Each single site has a picnic table and fire ring. Accessible vault toilet facilities are provided.

5 single sites - $12.00, capacity - 8 people + 1 vehicle per single site

1 group site - $50.00, capacity - 25 people 

Day Use - $7.00

Extra Vehicle - $7.00 per vehicle

Natural Features

Shady maples forest the campground, offering an escape from the summer heat. Grasses and wildflowers dot the landscape, providing pretty color in the summer months.

Nearby Attractions

Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway: From historic Cache Valley on the west, this byway winds northeast through the national forest to Bear Lake spanning the Utah/Idaho border. Along the way, 500 million years of geologic history unfold in the lower canyon's deeply incised walls and fromations laden with fossils. In autumn, the colors are unparalleled.

ADA Access: N

$12.00 - $50.00
National Forest
Drive In
Walk In
Alcohol Allowed
Picnic Table
No Water Hookups
Friendship Campground is located in Utah
41.6608 N
-111.6653 W
Get Directions
From Hyrum, Utah, travel approximately 9 miles east up paved Blacksmith Fork Canyon, then turn left at Left Hand Fork and travel 4.5 miles on a rough dirt road to the campground. The group area is the first site on the left as you enter the campground.
2 Reviews of Friendship Campground
The Perfect Riverside Campground!

Friendship Campground is situated underneath a large grove of Maple Trees that provide the most beautiful scattered sunbeam shade you'll ever see! There are 5 individual sites that are Walk-in only (not reservable) and 1 large group site (reservable). 

All the sites are located right along the river. The fishing is pretty good, and the hiking is great. Just to the north of the campground is a trailhead for Richards Hollow where you can see a very pretty waterfall. 

All the sites have picnic tables, fire pits, and decent space for larger tents. I wouldn't recommend bringing large trailers… the loop the campsite is located on has a rather tight turn that can be difficult for the larger trailers to navigate. 

Overall, this is a great family site if you're looking for a fun riverside getaway.

First to Review
Dog friendly, peaceful, river

This is a paid campground, but it is in a beautiful canyon with amazing views! We brought our dogs and they loved it. There is a small stream that pools up right by the campsites. The road getting there is bumpy, but doable with a small car. (We brought our Honda Accord)