Upper Narrows Campground

Location: Three miles from the U.S. Forest Service boundary in South Willow Canyon. Due to rugged access, RV’s are not recommended.
Elevation and season: 6,920 ft. Late May through mid October (weather permitting)
Facilities: Eight campsites with six tables and five fire rings. Each site can hold eight people and one vehicle. Vault toilet, but no water or garbage service. Trash must be packed out.
Reservations: Upper Narrows Campground can be reserved as a group site. Call (877) 444-6777 or see www.ReserveUSA.com
Availability: Check in 2 p.m.; check out 1 p.m. No access 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Maximum stay seven days. Fee: $10 per day per site; $30 – $55 per day for entire campground.
Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed in camp and picnic areas. Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Grantsville’s Main Street, turn south on Cooley Street and proceed for five miles on Mormon Trail Road to South Willow Canyon turn-off. Turn right onto canyon access road and continue for 6.3 miles to campground.
Contact: Salt Lake Ranger District (801) 943-1794. www.fs.fed.us/r4/wcnf/

Loop Campground

Location: 4.5 miles from the U.S. Forest Service boundary in South Willow Canyon. Due to rugged access, RV’s are not recommended.
Elevation and season: 7,400 ft. Late May through mid October (weather permitting)
Facilities: Nine campsites with tables and five fire rings. Each site can hold eight people and one vehicle. One site is a double site and holds 16 people and four vehicles. Vault toilet, but no water or garbage service. Trash must be packed out.
Reservations: None. First come, first serve basis.
Availability: Check in 2 p.m.; check out 1 p.m. No access 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Maximum stay seven days. Fee: $10 per day.
Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed in camp and picnic areas. Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Grantsville’s Main Street, turn south on Cooley Street and proceed for five miles on Mormon Trail Road to South Willow Canyon turn-off. Turn right onto canyon access road and continue for 7.7 miles to campground.
Contact: Salt Lake Ranger District (801) 943-1794. www.fs.fed.us/r4/wcnf/

Grantsville Reservoir

Location: About four miles south of Grantsville on Mormon Trail Road. RV accessible. Season: Open year-round
Facilities: 24 RV pads, four pavilions, 24 picnic tables, 24 barbecue grills, vault toilets, no water. Dumpster available.
Reservations: First come, first serve basis.
Availability: Check in 24 hrs. Maximum stay seven days. No daily fee.
Restrictions: Fires in rings only and bring own firewood.
How to get there: From Grantsville’s Main Street, turn south on Cooley Street and proceed for four miles to Grantsville Reservoir. Follow signage to campground.
Contact: Tooele County Corporation, (435) 843-4020.

Ophir Canyon

Location: Approximately 1/2 mile past the town of Ophir.
Elevation & Season: 6,500 ft. April 1 to Oct. 31(weather permitting)
Facilities: 10 sites with picnic tables and fire rings. Vault restroom. No water, no power. Pack out trash.
Reservations: First come, first serve basis
Availability: Check in 24 hrs. Maximum stay seven days. No daily fee.
Restrictions: Fires in rings only and bring own firewood. No glass containers allowed.
How to get there: From Highway 73 turn east onto Ophir Canyon Road and proceed for three miles and pass through the town of Ophir. At mile four asphalt switches to dirt. Continue for one-half mile. Campsites are clearly marked.
Contact: Tooele County Corporation at (435) 843-4020.
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