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Maple Grove Campground – Fishlake National Forest Utah
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Overview
Location

Maple Grove Campground, Fishlake National Forest - about a 15 minute drive south of Scipio Utah

Parking Lot Elevation

6588 ft

Pets

Allowed

Fees

There are camp site fees.
*2016 fees*
$15 per night for individual sites
$90 per night for group sites

Water Info

Potable water spigots at each group site and scattered around in the individual sites.

Best Season

Spring, Summer, Fall

Sun Exposure

Lots of shade

Trail Condition

Paved road and parking spurs

Restrooms

Yes. Pit-style

GPS Coordinates:

Maple Grove Campground: 39.01821, -112.08972

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The Trail:

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Location

Maple Grove Campground is one of those places where you wish you could stay for a month at a time! Built by the CCC, the campground is just below tall red cliffs and beautiful trees fill the entire area.  A creek called Ivie creek goes through the campground too.  It was only a 4 mile drive from the highway 50 turn.

Individual and Group Campsites Available

There are plenty of campsites for tents, RVs and group camping.

3 ADA accessible group sites are available with a maximum of 100 people per group site allowed.  There are picnic tables, fire rings, BBQ grills and water spigots for the group sites.

Reservations

Reservations are at a first come, first served basis except for the group sites which can be reserved in advance by going to www.recreation.gov or calling the National Reservation phone line at 1-877-444-6777.

You are only allowed to camp here for 14 consecutive days at a time.

Check-in and Check-out Time

Check in time is 2pm and check out time is also 2pm.

Available Amenities

There is no electricity, sewage dump or water hook ups for your RV.  However, there are potable water spigots spread around the campground.  Pit-style restrooms are also available too.

All camping units, group or single, have paved parking spurs.   There is no trash pick up so you will need to pack out your trash.

ATVs are not allowed in the campground area.  If you have ATVs you could probably find some room to park them before the entrance gate.

You can find trails that wind around the campsite leading through the grassy meadows and under tall cottonwood, box elder and oak trees.  Fall time was absolutely incredible with the many changes colors!

When I came here I found a camp host in the first spot.

Single site

Single site

Single site

Single site

Maple Grove Campground

Single site

Single site

Crossing Ivie creek to get to a meadow

Crossing Ivie creek to get to a meadow

Beautiful meadow area

Beautiful meadow area

Pit style restrooms

Pit style restrooms

Group campsite

Group campsite

Group campsite

Group campsite

Maple Grove Campground

Group campsite C

Group campsite C

Maple Grove Campground

one of the trails that are behind some of the campsites

one of the trails that are behind some of the campsites

Ivie Creek

Ivie Creek

Ivie Creek

Ivie Creek

Trail through the snake grass

Trail through the snake grass

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Group campsite water spigot

Group campsite water spigot

Mule deer walking through camp

Mule deer walking through camp

Paved road and spurs

Paved road and spurs

The campground is located below the red cliffs

The campground is located below the red cliffs

Personal Thoughts:

This is a great place to camp with many of the conveniences you would want so you can have a very comfortable stay! Trek Planner Logo

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