Fishlake National Forest Guide

The Fishlake National Forest is one of Utah's hidden gems. Out-of-state travelers often pass it by on I-15 as they drive between Salt Lake City and the red rocks of southern Utah. Locals know that away from the interstate you're greeted with sweeping mountain ranges, leafy forests, and open meadows bisected by meandering streams. In one visit, you can fish for massive trout on Fish Lake, hike through mining ruins in Bullion Canyon, or take a wild mountain-bike ride on the state's most thrilling singletrack. When Utah's long summer ends, the fun is just getting started. In the fall, the aspen groves turn an almost neon shade of yellow, and winter brings heavy snow that's perfect for skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing.

Shape Hiking Trails

Fishlake National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Fishlake National Forest

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How to get to Fishlake National Forest

Address: 115 East 900 North, Richfield, UT 84701

Fee: Entry fee $0

The Fishlake National Forest is one of Utah's most underrated gems — you can hike, bike, and fish without ever encountering a crowd. With its year-round adventure and spectacular scenery, this forest is perfect for a weekend camping trip or a full family vacation. Bring an RV for comfortable camping in all kinds of mountain weather.