Fishlake National Forest
Located in Central Utah, Fishlake National Forest is a majestic aspen-filled paradise perfect for fishing, bird-watching, hiking, camping, ATV rides, or enjoying its namesake, Fish Lake. The forest is full of animals including elk, black bears, moose, cougars, mountain goats, and more. This recreational area is very family-friendly and contains 628 miles of motorized trails and options for both adventure and relaxation during your visit.
Address: Fishlake National Forest, Utah 84701
Fishlake National Forest is roughly a 1 hour and 20 minute drive from Beaver.
- All information regarding Fishlake National forest can be found on their website.
- There are no entrance fees required to access Fishlake National Forest.
- Restrooms can be found sporadically throughout Fishlake National Forest.
- Pack plenty of food, water, and sunscreen for your adventure.
- The forest has 29 campgrounds that must be reserved online atthis website.There are also cabin rentals at Fish Lake and the Aquarius Ranger Station.
- Fishing is available at Fish Lake and at the various streams. Ice fishing is very popular too! You must obtain a fishing license beforehand.
- Hunting for trophy elk is popular in the national forest. Check out the Utah Division of Wildlife Resource for more information regarding hunting in Utah.
- Fun fact: Pando, a clonal aspen tree, is the oldest living organism on the planet and can be found at Fishlake National Forest!