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Hidden deep in the Uinta Mountains, a weekend motorhome camping at Lyman Lake is guaranteed to be a peaceful getaway. Located in the northern mountains of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, the lake is less than a two-hour drive from both Evanston, WY, and Coalville, UT. Once off the main highway, the smooth roads are replaced by dirt tracks, so be sure that your RV rental is up to the challenge before tackling this bumpy drive.

Travelers that do choose to step off the beaten path and book an RV at Lyman Lake will be rewarded with a secluded lakeside paradise. As well as the usual boating and fishing activities, hiking, biking, and ATV riding are all on offer in this picturesque wilderness.

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Getting Outdoors

Despite the lake’s small size, water activities are one of the main reasons that people decide to rent a camper near Lyman Lake. Fishing and boating are both possible on the lake, although campers do need to bring all of their own equipment as there are no rental facilities nearby. While fishing is possible from the shoreline, it is much more lucrative to fish from the comfort of your own boat out in the lake's deeper waters. Luckily, it is easy enough to launch your boat onto the water thanks to the lake’s natural sloping banks. Anglers can expect to catch a variety of trout here, including the brook and cutthroat varieties.

Whether you’re after a challenging hike or leisurely stroll, there are plenty of multi-use trails to keep you busy during your Lyman Lake camping trip. Those hoping for something a little easier should consider completing the Lyman Lake Shore Trail, a short trail that leads from the campground and follows the banks of the lake. As well as providing plenty of picturesque views of the lake and its surrounds, walkers will receive a great introduction to the area’s native flora and fauna. Visitors looking for something a little more difficult can opt for one of the summit trails in the area, of which there are plenty.

RV rental near Lyman Lake has also become popular amongst those searching for an adrenaline rush. Winding through the rocky mountains, here are hundreds of official ATV trails just waiting to be explored. Whether you have a day or a week to explore, there are enough trails here to keep you busy for as long as you need. Whilst the beginner trails stay mainly at ground level, more experienced ATV users can attempt the more challenging trails which reach over 10,000 feet into the mountains. Make sure to pick up a free motor vehicle map from the forest service office and register your whereabouts before you embark on your adventure.

Camping at Lyman Lake

There is only really one option when it comes to RV camping near Lyman Lake, and that is at Little Lyman Lake Campground. Located just a few minutes south of Lyman Lake, this primitive campground has enough space to accommodate up to ten RVs. Although there are no hookups available, anyone camping with an RV here will have access to potable water as well as simple vault toilets. A wider selection of back-to-basics campgrounds can be found fifteen miles both east and west of Lyman Lake and include China Meadows, Stateline Campground, and East Fork Bear River.

Campers in search of something a little more luxurious will have to venture a little further out. The closest campground with any sort of hook up facilities can be found just next to the town of Mountain View, a forty-mile drive away from Lyman Lake. Fort Bridger RV Camp is a small but well-equipped campsite that boasts all of the amenities a modern camper could need. Electric, water, and sewer hookups are available for your rental RV. Campers can also enjoy site-wide WiFi, a coin-operated laundry room, children’s playground, and immaculate washrooms.

Exploring the Area

A short drive out of the mountains takes campers to several smaller towns dotted along Interstate Route 80. Fort Bridger, WY, is just a short drive away from Lyman Lake and is home to Fort Bridger Historic Site. Boasting a collection of restored historic buildings, this site tells the story of Fort Bridger’s diverse past. A visit to this fascinating location will reveal the fort's past, first as a supply stop along the Oregon Trail, then as a fort occupied by the Mormons and finally as a military outpost. As well as wandering around these relics, there is a small museum on-site that provides further information about what you see before you.

Those camping at Lyman Lake who are willing to head a little further afield should consider a visit to Evanston, WY. The Uinta County Museum can be found in this charming town and provides visitors with a comprehensive account of the region’s diverse history. From the Native American tribes who first settled in the area, to the pioneers who made the town what it is today, you’ll be able to learn about it all. Even better, this is not just for adults! The museum organizes daily, child-friendly activities so the little ones will have a memorable visit too.

Just around the corner from the museum is the quaint St Magdalen Catholic Church. Though small, this church still remains a centerpiece of the community in Evanston. Even if you’re not religiously inclined, it is worth putting aside just five minutes to visit this early 20th-century church, which still has its original stain glass windows and stone detailing intact.

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