Browne Lake Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: na
Note: only group sites are reservable
About: The campground is on a small lake on the north side of the Uinta mountains, shaded by lodgepole pines, with sunny sagebrush meadows. Hiking trail leads up Ute Mountain, at 8834 feet. Additional trails lead south into the mountains. Boating and fishing in Browne Lake. Check season and regulations. Trail heads, cooler mountain air, beautiful scenery remote area. About 15 miles from the closest boat launch for the Flaming Gorge Reservoir. Fishing in Flaming Gorge Reservoir for mackinaw (lake trout), Utah chub, rainbow trout, channel catfish, and smallmouth bass. Water at the campground is not potable. Gravel, narrow road. Can get rough and slick when wet. Use caution and travel slowly. Children should be closely supervised because of near-by stream and lake. Also, easy to get lost in heavily wooded areas.
Fees: $10/night for standard unit in developed sites. $55/Night for group unit (2011)
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Closest Town: Manila, Utah
Directions: From Flaming Gorge Dam, drive six miles south to Greendale Junction on UT-191. Turn right on UT-44 for 14.6 miles to the upper entry of the Sheep Creek Canyon Road. Follow this road 3 miles to the Deep Creek/Spirit Lake Road junction. Take Forest Road 221, Hickerson Park Road 4.7 miles to Browne Lake Road turn-off. The campground is 1.7 miles in on the Browne Lake Road FR 096.
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