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Little Reservoir Campground

Little Reservoir is within sight of the campsites or a short walk. Good hunting, fishing, biking and spectacular mountain scenery is available. Winter activities in the area include ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross country skiing. Bird watching is also very popular. Overstory vegetation consisting mainly of ponderosa pine with pinion, juniper and scrub oak provides shade for about half of the area. There are eight single-family campsites. Sites are back-in sites and will accommodate RV's from 22 to 40 feet. All units have grills and/or fire rings and tables. Drinking water is available at three locations throughout the campground. There are three vault toilets including one that is barrier free. Campsite #4 is handicap accessibile. A paved trail leads to the reservoir for fishing.


Driving directions to Little Reservoir Campground

Thee Little Reservoir Campground is located approximately 10.8 miles southeast of Beaver, Utah.  From Beaver, travel east on paved UT-153 for 10 miles. Turn right on Kents Lake Road (FR137) for 0.8 miles. Campground will be on the right.

Location and contact info

Forest Road 573, UT 84713

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Activities at Little Reservoir Campground

Camping

Hiking

Hunting

Fishing

Biking


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