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Granite Flat Campground, Utah
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Description: 6800-foot elevation. 54 sites, which includes 8 double sites and 3 group sites. Some sites are modified for greater wheelchair accessibility, but may still pose difficulties.

Trailhead access to the Lone Peak Wilderness, including a rather difficult loop hike of about 10 miles. There is a horse transfer station about 0.5 mile away, with stock loading ramps for those who wish to pack into the wilderness. A small picnic area with restrooms is also at the horse transfer station.

Fishing and canoeing in Tibble Fork Reservoir, which features accessible fishing piers. The reservoir is stocked with rainbow trout regularly throughout the summer. No motorboats in the reservoir. Trout fishing in nearby creeks. Other activities include visiting Timpanogos Cave, kayaking, wildlife viewing,hiking and horse riding local trails, and scenic driving.

Location: From Pleasant Grove go 14 miles northeast up American Fork Canyon (UT 92), and continue on Forest Road 085 past Tibbles Fork Reservoir. Alpine Loop Byway has a 30ft vehicle length restriction.   Latitude: 40.48778   Longitude: -111.65167

Address: Pleasant Grove Ranger District
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
390 North 100 East
Pleasant Grove, UT  84062
Phone: 801-785-3563

Season: mid May - mid October

Fee: $18(single)$36(double)/night;$7/extra vehicle

Reservations: tel: 1-877-444-6777  |  link: www.recreation.gov
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Notes: Group fees are $190(100 people), and $215(125 people) per night. Recreation Pass required for everyone. Parking spur lengths vary between 20-45 ft. 2 group sites hold up to 100 people/20 vehicles each, 1 group site holds up to 125 people/25 vehicles. A recreational pass is required before camping.For travel Managment map, click here Granite Flat Campground
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