MILLER FLAT RESERVOIR CAMPGROUND

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Overview

Miller Flat Reservoir Campground is located in a high mountain valley near Miller Flat Reservoir, at an elevation of 8,500 feet. Visitors enjoy fishing, canoeing, horseback riding and exploring the surrounding off-road vehicle trails. The campground rest in a stand of aspen and spruce trees and sites the sites range from having partial to full shade throughout the day. 

Visitors are allowed to configure their vehicles and trailers as they choose within the site. Group cooking facilities are provided including picnic tables, a fire ring, dutch oven fire pan and utility tables. A vault toilet facility is located about 50 feet from the site. There is no electricity, water, sewer or garbage services. If the group site is not reserved, it is available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis for $5.00 per vehicle per night. To maintain priority for reservations, first-come, first-served customers may only pay for two nights at a time. The three double family sites in the campground are only available on a first-come, first-served basis for $5.00 per vehicle per night. 

Nearby attractions include Miller Flat Reservoir, Potters Pond, Skyline Drive, and the expansive Arapeen OHV Trail System which has more than 350 miles of designated, maintained OHV trails.

Hiking trails near this campground include the Left Fork of Hunting National Recreation Trail which is 1.5 miles north of the campground and various hiking opportunities 2 miles south in Scad Valley. 

Recreation

Lake Canyon Recreation Area is located just north of the campground as is the northern trailhead of the Left Fork of Huntington National Recreation Trail. Cleveland and Huntington Reservoirs are located just minutes north of the campground along U31. Each offers trout fishing opportunities, with a boat ramp available at Huntington Reservoir.

Facilities

Visitors are allowed to configure their vehicles and trailers as they choose within the site. Group cooking facilities are provided including picnic tables, a fire ring, dutch oven fire pan and utility tables. A vault toilet facility is located about 50 feet from the site.

There is no electricity, water, sewer or garbage services.

If the group site is not reserved, it is available to visitors on a first-come, first-served basis for $5.00 per vehicle per night. To maintain priority for reservations, first-come, first-served customers may only pay for two nights at a time. The three double family sites in the campground are only available on a first-come, first-served basis for $5.00 per vehicle per night. They are not reservable.

Natural Features

The group site is set in an open meadow with aspen and fir trees bordering the northern perimeter.

Nearby Attractions

Potters Ponds, a popular trout fishery is located approximately seven miles south of the campground. The 370-mile Arapeen Off-highway Vehicle Trail System can be accessed directly from the campground by riding north or south along the Miller Flat Road. Maps are available from hosts working in the area.From Fairview, Utah, proceed east on Utah Highway 31 for approximately 18 miles to the Miller Flat Road (Forest Road # 0014). Turn south on this road and proceed through the Lake Canyon Recreation Area, past Miller Flat Reservoir to Forest Road # 3328. Turning left (east) on this road provides entrance to the campground.435-384-2372N