Location: Approximately six miles southeast of Vernon and nearby the Sheeprock Mountains. Light, non-motorized boating is permitted on the reservoir, which is stocked with trout.
Elevation: 6,500 feet.
Season: Late April through November (weather permitting)
Facilities: Ten campsites with tables and vault toilets. No water or garbage service. Trash must be packed out.
Reservations: None. First come, first serve basis.
Availability: All sites are free.
Restrictions: Check for signage at the campground.
How to get there: From Tooele City, proceed south on SR-36 for 30 miles to Vernon. At Vernon, the state highway turns left and heads east. Continue approximately a half mile and turn right onto Forest Service Road 005. Proceed south for six miles on the gravel road to the campground.
Contact: Spanish Fork Ranger District at (801) 798-3571.