At least 6 dispersed sites on the road leading to 12 mile hot spring. If you get lucky , there is one spot at the springs and a few past the spring. We stayed about .20 miles before the spring along Bishop Creek. The creek water is warm from the hot spring and made for some fun exploring and even cooling off on a hot July day! We stayed for two nights and saw people come and go to the hot spring but very few people camped. Expect locals who visit the spring for a day trip. No services, take everything with you! Search ultimate hot springs guide to get more hot spring info.
This is a once a year MUST!!!! Free, dispersed camping in the beautiful Flaming Gorge! The drive in is beautiful, the camping is beautiful…don’t miss it. No services, but just a dirt road to get there. Lots of RVs were also using this area! Beach camping, swimming, amazing sunsets…it has it all. We were there in July on a Thursday, many spots were open. Take time to drive around and go down the little side “roads”, that’s how we found our little gem of a site!
amazing. simply amazing. the hot spring was around 111 degrees and we were there in July. it was hot, very hot during the day. the hot spring is so warm that we couldn’t get in it until the sun went down!!! if you are anywhere close… do not miss!! Search ultimate hot spring guide and you can get more info on this particular hot spring. watch you drive in, new springs are forming and some ground is SOFT!!!! be safe, have a spotter. horses in area, lots of horseflys.
Lots of other campers in view but not bothered by anyone! we had our own private beach. Check the weather before you go!!!