This hidden campsite is great, remote camp sites, covered in trees, extremely quite. There is no cell phone service and the closest town is 35 minutes. Bring your own wood, they do not sell wood. Running fresh spring water, but no dish washing station. Be prepared. Also no showers. Even though this is a little bit of a damper, the views make up for all of it. They have a trail that takes you to a look out in the top of the mountain. Absolutely breathtaking view. Hike is moderate, with a pretty steep incline up. Also have a pond with fishing and non motorized boats allowed. I highly recommend you pick site 15 for it’s really private and the most elevated campsite. This campground is truly a hidden gem. Will definitely return! 🌞
Excellent uncrowded trout lake. Eight acres among the pines. Good sized rainbows and brooks. Occasional arctic greylings. Modern designed toilets. Potable water provided. Non motorized boats allowed on lake. Perfect for kayak fishing amongst the mountain paradise. Good base camp to explore Boulder Mountain, Escalante Grand Staircase, and Lake Powell at Hole in the Rock. But PLEASE don’t tell anyone! Let’s keep this gem a secret!