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About Strawberry Bay

Strawberry Reservoir Camping is located on the shore of beautiful Strawberry Reservoir at an elevation of 7,200 feet. Visitors flock to Strawberry for its great fishing, boating and trail opportunities.

Recreation

Strawberry Reservoir offers excellent boating, water skiing and canoeing. Anglers fish for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout and Kokanee salmon. The campground provides great beach access.

Strawberry Marina is within 1/4 mile and offers a boat ramp, power and pontoon boat rentals, slip rentals, fuel and a small general store with fishing supplies.

Other popular activities in the Strawberry area include hiking, biking and horseback riding.

Facilities

This large campground contains a variety of campsites to accommodate all types of visitors, including group, family and single campsites. Several sites, B loop, have full RV hookups.

Flush toilets and drinking water are provided. Most sites are equipped with either wind shelters and/or covered picnic shelters, tables, grills and campfire rings. Firewood is available for purchase from the host. There are no shower facilities at this campground.

295 single sites - $23.00 per day, capacity - 8 people

26 single full hook-up sites - $36.00 per day, capacity - 8 people

25 double sites - $46.00 per day, capacity - 16 people

6 group sites - $200.00 per day, capacity - 50 people per group site

1 group site pavilion - for overnight - $300.00 per day, capacity -100, can accommodate up to 15 RVs. 

                                       for day use - $250.00 per day, 7:00 am to 10:00 pm, capacity- 100 people

Reservations cannot be made for day use at the pavilion. Day use is only possible on a first come, first serve basis when there are no overnight reservations

Boat launch - $9.00 per vessel

Dump Station Fee - $10.00 

Season Boat Launch Pass - $105.00

Day use at fishing access parking - $9.00 per vehicle 

Season Day Use Pass - $105.00

Natural Features

The campground is set among rolling sagebrush covered hills next to Strawberry Reservoir. Most campsites offer sweeping views of the reservoir and surrounding hills. Small pine trees dot the campground but provide very little shade.

Nearby Attractions

The Strawberry OHV Trail System offers 75 miles of trails. Hikers and mountain bikers enjoy the extensive trail system as well.

Strawberry Visitor Center has interpretive displays, a working fish trap and egg collection station and a nature trail.

ADA Access: N

Sites
286
Price
$17.00 - $300.00
Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
Drinking Water
Toilets
Location
Strawberry Bay is located in Utah
Latitude
40.1772 N
Longitude
-111.1733 W
Get Directions
Directions
From Heber City, Utah, take Highway 40 east for 28 miles to Strawberry Bay Junction. Follow the signs for 6 miles to the campground.
6 Reviews of Strawberry Bay
Just like the description/pics. No thrills.

It's a big public campground with big pull throughs and lots of loud families and barking dogs and the rest. The camp hosts get big props for calling a few days before to work out a schedule change while the website stayed crashed for a few days. They had to rearrange a few folks and nicely accommodated our RV plus Trailer. 

It's an average caliber state campground in a state with way above average camping options, so it gets a middle of the pack scoring of 3-Stars.

Nice campground

Clean - staff was friendly. Our site did not provide a view (b13) and the picnic site was behind the camper blocking any water view. Did have full facilities which was nice. If needing a quick stop - id recommend - but I wouldn’t need to go out of my way to go back here.

Hidden gem!

Had an awesome time camping here! Was a real hidden gem at the strawberry reservoir. We would most definitely go back to hang out by the water for a few days.

Camp close to the Lake.

This is a great place to come to get away from the city. Big fish, great views, and lots of wildlife.

The campsite is nice. Great bathrooms, and nice tables. great place to roast some SMORES. Make sure you get up here in the fall and watch the Salmon spawn it is really cool.

Great Campsite, but very busy!

Our group got there late in the day, and the camp hosts were amazing! They came around to take our nightly fee and made sure we knew where all the facilities were and what time checkout was. Bathrooms were super close which was nice, and the view of the reservoir was amazing! Only downside was that it was very busy.

First to Review
no shade but a great campground

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