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Ledgefork Campground

Central Wasatch Mountains, Utah

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  • Heading into Ledgefork Campground.- Ledgefork Campground
  • The large creek running through the campground.- Ledgefork Campground
  • A bathroom with a view.- Ledgefork Campground
  • Heading into the campground.- Ledgefork Campground
  • Large pine trees provide great shade.- Ledgefork Campground
  • Parking lot for the Smith and Morehouse Trailhead.- Ledgefork Campground
  • Trailhead with mileage marker sign.- Ledgefork Campground
  • A reserved campsite.- Ledgefork Campground
  • RVs are welcome, but hookups are not offered.- Ledgefork Campground
  • Many campsites are surrounded by trees.- Ledgefork Campground
  • Campsites offer great views.- Ledgefork Campground
  • Most campsites provide vehicle parking.- Ledgefork Campground
  • A campsite in Ledgefork Campground.- Ledgefork Campground
  • A campsite in Ledgefork Campground.- Ledgefork Campground
  • A campsite in Ledgefork Campground.- Ledgefork Campground
  • The creek running along a campsite.- Ledgefork Campground
  • A campsite in Ledgefork Campground.- Ledgefork Campground
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Pros: 
Large. Scenic setting. Nearby recreational opportunities.
Cons: 
Can be crowded. No hookups.
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Region:
Central Wasatch Mountains, UT
Managed by: 
USDA
Pets allowed: 
Yes, with restrictions
Parking Pass: 
Not Required
Preferable Season(s):
Summer, Fall
Reservations possible: 
Yes
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Campground Description

Campground Description

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Ledgefork is a large and scenic campground located just next to Smith and Morehouse Reservoir in Weber Canyon. The area abuts the Uinta Mountains. The 73 sites do not have hook ups for RVs, but they are allowed. Six sites are for groups and three do not have a spot for a car. The Smith and Morehouse Trailhead from this campground offers a 14-mile hike to Island and Crystal Lake. Moose and deer are common as well as lots of hummingbirds and butterflies.

There is a large creek and tributaries running through camp. Dogs must be on leashes. Nearby lakes and Weber Canyon offer great options for recreation in the area. The only amenities are fresh water and vault bathrooms. There is a seven day limit. No boats can travel above a wakeless speed on the lake.

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