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Tibble Fork Reservoir

Central Wasatch Mountains, Utah

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  • There is a large parking lot and several bathrooms at each end. There is also a loop trail that takes you to a large meadow toward the southeast portion of the lake. - Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • A fishing dock sits in the center of the reservoir. - Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • The view above Tibble Fork Reservoir.- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • Tibble Fork Reservoir.- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • The north end of Mount Timpanogos sits above the lake. - Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • A walkway follows the shore of the lake.- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • Looking north, there are several other lakes in this area to the northeast. - Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • A large parking area at Tibble Fork Reservoir.- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • Box Elder Peak (11,101 ft).- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • Beautiful scenery in just about every direction. - Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • The trail around the Tibble Fork Reservoir.- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • Tibble Fork Reservoir.- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • Tibble Fork Reservoir.- Tibble Fork Reservoir
  • You can walk around about half of the lake. - Tibble Fork Reservoir
Overview + Weather
Pros: 
Beautiful lake. Dogs allowed. Sand beach.
Cons: 
Cold and can get pretty windy.
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Region:
Central Wasatch Mountains, UT
Access: 
Vehicle
Congestion: 
High
Pets allowed: 
Yes
Location type: 
Sandy beach
Year round: 
No
Parking Pass: 
General Day Use Fee
Preferable Season(s):
Summer, Fall
Current Local Weather:
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Tibble Fork Resrvoir is a medium sized lake in American Fork Canyon that has beautiful crystal blue water and is surrounded by soaring mountain peaks. A sandy beach has recently been added to help increase the comfort of the swimmers and sunbathers. There are many nearby trails and even several other lakes further up the road. Box Elder Peak sits to the west, Mount Timpanogos to the south, and the area has great views in general. It's seasonally closed for the winter, so check UDOT for the dates that flucuate with each seasonal snowfall. There are rainbow and brown trout in the lake, which is fed by the American Fork River. No motor boats are allowed, but you can bring the pups!

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