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About Gooseberry Reservoir Campground

Gooseberry Reservoir Campground is located in a scenic mountain valley in an open meadow next to Gooseberry Reservoir. It is situated at an elevation of 8,400 feet. Visitors enjoy canoeing and fishing on the small reservoir and exploring area trails.

Recreation

The reservoir offers good cutthroat and rainbow trout fishing, as well as canoeing. It is open to hand-powered watercraft only, and no boat ramp is available on the lake.

The Great Western Trail runs next to the campground, offering excellent opportunities for hiking, biking and off-road vehicle riding. Mammoth Guard Station is located just one mile south.

Facilities

The campground contains several standard RV sites with long parking spurs that easily accommodate large RVs. Vault toilets are provided, but no water or garbage service is available. A well-maintained dirt road leads to the campground, providing relatively easy access for cars and RVs alike.

Natural Features

The surrounding mountains are dotted with aspens, fir trees and sagebrush, but the campground has no trees and no shade. Each site has a nice lake view. Grasses and summer wildflowers cover the valley.

ADA Access: N

Sites
17
Price
$10.00
Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
Toilets
Location
Gooseberry Reservoir Campground is located in Utah
Latitude
39.7103 N
Longitude
-111.2942 W
Get Directions
Directions
From Fairview, Utah, travel north about a mile on Highway 89, to the junction with Highway 31. Travel east on Highway 31 for about nine miles, to the junction with Forest Development Road 124. Go north on Forest Development Raod 124 for three miles, to the campground.
1 Review of Gooseberry Reservoir Campground
First to Review
Easy drive up camping, no facilities

We loved the reservoir! It was easy to drive up to a campsite and unload the tents and still use the Jeep and truck tailgates for coolers and such. We floated and also took the kayaks. There is little shade so make sure to pack sunscreen in the summer.

There are no facilities, so being your own water and plan to use "natures toilet". I would suggest water shoes because the shore can be murky when wading in.

We had an amazing time!