Lake Hill Campground is situated next to pretty Lake Hill Reservoir just five miles from Ephraim, Utah at an elevation of 8,400 feet. Visitors enjoy fishing, canoeing and exploring local trails.
Canoeing and rainbow trout fishing are popular activities on the small but scenic man-made reservoir.
The campground contains two groups sites: GP1 is located on a hillside above the lake, but the lake is not visible; GP3 is next to the lake and offers scenic views. However, expect high volumes of traffic near GP3 Additional single-family sites are available as well, most of which are below the lake. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. Roads and parking spurs are dirt.
A mixed forest of spruce, fir and aspen covers the area, offering partial shade in most sites, with some more exposed than others. Summer wildflowers and wildlife are abundant.
Ephraim Canyon is a haven for ATV enthusiasts. Several trails crisscross the region, making up part of the 350 plus miles of the exciting Arapeen OHV Trail System. Jimmies Fork Trail and the Great Basin Experimental Trail begin nearby, offering hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding opportunities.
The self-guided Great Basin Experimental Range Auto Tour runs along Ephraim Canyon, offering a glimpse into the history and workings of one of North America's oldest range research sites.
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