Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 10
About: Curlew Campground is located just 7 miles north of Snowville, Utah and 9.4 miles south of Holbrook, Idaho, adjacent to Stone Reservoir in the Curlew National Grasslands, elevation 4,700 feet. The area is an open desert environment dotted with sagebrush and very few trees. The reservoir offers fishing, boating, waterskiing, and canoeing, while the surrounding area is crisscrossed by numerous ATV/OHV trails. Curlew National Grasslands is very popular with birdwatchers.
This campground contains one large group site that can accommodate up to 200 people, with a pavilion, several picnic tables, serving tables, BBQ grill, fire ring, potable water spigot, cement site pad, large grassy area, and horseshoe pits. Several single sites and one triple-family site are available as well, all with picnic tables, fire rings, and grills. Most of these sites have shade pavilions, as this campground has little to no natural shade. Site 14 is ADA-accessible, with concrete and asphalt surfacing. ADA-accessible vault toilets and potable water are provided. A campground host is on-site. The road within the campground is paved; parking spurs, unless otherwise noted, are gravel. Host and periodic patrols by the county sheriff provide security.
Fees: $5/Night for single unit, $50/group/night (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Closest Town: Malad City, ID
Directions: Take the Snowville, Utah exit off I-84, northwest of Tremonton, Utah. Go north on paved highway 6.5 miles. Turn left (north) at the Curlew Campground sign, then another .5 miles on a gravel road to the campground. From Holbrook, Idaho (24 miles west of Malad, Idaho) go south 7.5 miles on paved highway, turn right (west) following the same highway and go 1.7 miles to the Curlew Campground turnoff. Turn right (north) on gravel road and go .5 miles to the campground. Motor homes can make it easily.
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