Standard (tent/RV)
Dispersed
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Little Reservoir Campground

Little Reservoir is within sight of the campsites or a short walk. Good hunting, fishing, biking and spectacular mountain scenery is available. Winter activities in the area include ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross country skiing. Bird watching is also very popular. Overstory vegetation consisting mainly of ponderosa pine with pinion, juniper and scrub oak provides shade for about half of the area. There are eight single-family campsites. Sites are back-in sites and will accommodate RV's from 22 to 40 feet. All units have grills and/or fire rings and tables. Drinking water is available at three locations throughout the campground. There are three vault toilets including one that is barrier free. Campsite #4 is handicap accessibile. A paved trail leads to the reservoir for fishing.

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Toilets
Location
Little Reservoir Campground is located in Utah
Latitude
38.2614 N
Longitude
-112.4898 W
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Directions
Thee Little Reservoir Campground is located approximately 10.8 miles southeast of Beaver, Utah.  From Beaver, travel east on paved UT-153 for 10 miles. Turn right on Kents Lake Road (FR137) for 0.8 miles. Campground will be on the right.
1 Review of Little Reservoir Campground
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Fishing is awesome, but not so much with the vault toilet smell

The reservoir is amazing! You can fish offshore, but it’s best with a float tube. My visit was in Aug 2017.

This campsite is FCFS-no reservations. I believe it’s either 8-9 sites, which are nicely tucked away in large trees and shrubbery. It was damp at this time. We arrived around 11pm, and only had 1 option…next to the vault toilet and road. It was a nice campsite, but the smell of the vault toilet was off-putting. But because we drove a decent distance to be there, we sucked up the smell and eventually the smell went away as long as you were at the site.

Back to the reservoir, it’s so beautiful! There are grazing cows, so be aware of your surroundings.

Hope you enjoy the pictures!