RV Sites
Tent Sites
No Fires
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Upper Meadows

Upper Meadows Campground is a small campground located adjacent to the South Fork of the Ogden River.  This campground has gravel spurs and roads, cement table pads, fire rings. A Campground Host is in Lower Meadows just west of the entrance a.  Firewood can be purchased from the Host. Popular local recreation activities include fishing, hiking, swimming and tubing down the South Fork Ogden River (a life jacket is required for all tubers).  Causey Reservoir, a scenic mountain lake, is three miles east. Site Details and Accessible Features

Operator
National Forest
Access
Features
Drinking Water
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
Not Reservable
No Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
Toilets
No Water Hookups
Location
Upper Meadows is located in Utah
Latitude
41.291 N
Longitude
-111.636 W
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Directions
South Fork Campground complex is located approximately 5.6 to 7 miles east of Huntsville, Utah, on Highway 39. From I-15, take the 12th Street exit and continue through Ogden Canyon. Continue on Highway 39 toward Monte Cristo.   The campgrounds are Magpie, Botts, South Fork, Perception Park, Upper and Lower Meadows, and Willows in order from west to east.
1 Review of Upper Meadows
First to Review
Next to the Creek and set back from the Road

Quaint little campground situated on the south side of the river away from the road.  You can get to this campground by crossing the same bridge you would for getting to the Lower Meadows Campground and turning left immediately after the bridge.  There are only 9 single sites @ 23$ and most are close to the river.  Since they are all single sites big RVs will not fit but a small trailer probably will.  The campground has vault toilets and drinking water like the other CGs in the canyon as well as concrete fire rings, picnic tables, and a prep serving table at each campsite.

As for recreation in the area you have a choice between 2 amazing reservoirs!  There is the huge Pineview Reservoir that is good for boating and Causey Reservoir which is further up canyon and whose steep walls is more suited for deep water solo climbing!  There is also great fishing all along the river and someone created a little rock bath in the middle of the river for you to chill out in during the hot summer!