White Bridge Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 29
About: White Bridge Campground is located at an elevation of 7,900 feet in a pretty canyon 12 miles southwest of Panguitch, Utah, and 55 miles northeast of Cedar City, among cottonwoods, aspens, pinion, juniper, and sagebrush. Panguitch Creek runs along the edge of the campground and is fishable for Rainbow trout. White Bridge is 6 miles from Panguitch Lake, which is also great for fishing. Excellent biking, hiking, boating and ATVing opportunities are available for recreation. Popular nearby attractions include Bryce Canyon National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument. The Panguitch Lake ATV Trail System keeps riders entertained on its 100+ miles of dirt trails for every riding skill level.
Boat rentals and launching facilities are available around Panguitch Lake. Public boat ramp and parking are available at the south shore and at Wildlife Point. The docks at Panguitch Lake can only handle fishing or pontoon boats, nothing larger. Food services, lodging, showers, groceries, and gas are available at the various commercial facilities surrounding Panguitch Lake.
Most of White Bridge's campsites are shaded, and all have picnic tables (some of which are covered), and fire rings/grills. There are 28 single units, five of which are tent-only.
Fees: $12 (2011)
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Closest Town: Panguitch, Utah
Restrictions: ATV’s must be tailored at all times. ATV/OHV use is prohibited in the campground. The entire Navajo Lake basin is closed to all OHV/ATV use. Please refer to the Dixie National Forest Motor Vehicle Use Map for the area’s you can ride.
Directions: 12 miles southwest of Panguitch, Utah along Highway U-143, or 55 miles northeast of Cedar City, Utah in an area forested with cottonwood, pinion and juniper trees.
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