Ebenezer Bryce Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Pine Valley ReservoirUtah
Number of Sites: 19
About: The newly renovated Ebenezer Bryce Campground loop, previously known as the Blue Springs loop is located about 3/4 mile from Pine Valley Reservoir, in a ponderosa pine, pinyon pine and juniper setting. It offers great views of the Pine Valley Mountains. Recreation opportunities include: horseback riding, hiking, fishing, sight-seeing, and wildlife viewing. Nearby trails include: Equestrian Trail, Forsyth Canyon Trail, Browns Trail, Whipple Trail, Pine Valley Canal Trail, and the Santa Clara River Trail. Santa Clara River and the Pine Valley Reservoir are popular fishing spots in the Pine Valley Recreation area. ATV's cannot be ridden within the campground. There are showers and cafes in the town of Pine Valley.
Fees: $12.00 for single sites, $22.00 for multiple sites. Extra vehicles are charged $6.00 per night (2011)
Water: Drinking Water is available at the campground between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Closest Town: Pine Valley, UT
Directions: From St. George, Utah, go north on Highway 18 to Central. Go right on Forest Highway 35 to Pine Valley. Go left on Main Street 3 miles to Recreation Area.
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