Tasha Equestrian Campground is located in central Utah, just 4 miles north of beautiful Fish Lake at an elevation of 9,000 feet. Visitors enjoy horseback riding and fishing for famous Mackinaw lake trout.
Many miles of horseback riding, hiking, biking and off-road vehicle trails crisscross the area. Johnson Valley Reservoir is just a half-mile from the campground, offering boating, fishing and a boat ramp.
Tasha Equestrian offers a group site with a picnic shelter, as well as single-family sites. Flush toilets and drinking water are provided. Roads and spurs are gravel, but have good access for trailers and trucks.
The camp is fully equipped for campers with horses. Corrals, a staging area, hitching racks and trailheads are located within the facility.
Tasha's high mountain setting is beautiful but remote and is prone to rapid weather changes due to its elevation. The site is forested with a mixed stand of aspen, spruce and pines, which provides partial shade. Most sites provide sweeping mountain and valley views.
Fish Lake, Utah's largest natural mountain lake, is less than 10 minutes from the campground. The lake is famous for its 20-40 pound Mackinaw lake trout. Boating, swimming and scuba diving are popular activities on the lake. Boat ramps, rentals, a marina, fuel, groceries, restaurants and fishing and camping supplies can all be found at Fish Lake.
The Mytoge Mountain Trail, a 25-mile hiking/biking loop, offers everything from easy cruising to challenging singletrack in the mountains around Fish Lake.
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Perfect for trail enthusiasts. Plenty of places to explore. Some sites have corrals and some only have hitching posts. Clean bathrooms. There is water, however there are no showers. You can pay 3 dollars at a lodge about 10 minutes away and take a shower there.