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Parks Utah Oak Grove Campground - Pariette Wetlands

 
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  Oak Grove Campground            Bureau of Land Management        BLM

  http://www.blm.gov/utah/moab/campgrounds.html

  e-mail  Mail_ut-moab@blm.gov  435.259.2100

  Moab/Grand Field Office

  82 East Dogwood

  Moab  UT  84532

    Elevation 4000 feet. 7 tentsites near the Colorado River. Convenient to Arches, Canyonlands, and the other delights of canyon country, this campground makes an excellent home base for extended exploration. 14 day stay limit.

    Recreation.gov

  Oregon NHT     National Historic Trail           NPS
 
http://www.nps.gov/oreg/index.htm
 
e-mail   mailto:LODT_Interpretation@nps.gov     801 539-4095
 
324 South State St
 
PO Box 45155
 
Salt Lake City   UT     84145
   
As the harbinger of America's westward expansion, the Oregon Trail was the pathway to the Pacific for fur traders, gold seekers, missionaries and others. Beginning in 1841 and continuing for more than 20 years, an estimated 300,000    Recreation.gov

  Otter Creek Reservoir Recreation Area  Bureau of Land Management  BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?search=YES&back=S

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org  435-896-1500

  Richfield Field Office

  150 East 900 North

  Richfield UT  84701

     Elevation 6400 ft. The cold, clear waters of this large reservoir offer year-round fishing for rainbow trout. For wildlife watchers, waterfowl, raptors, deer, antelope, and elk abound. If you prefer a wild ride through the woods, try the famed Paiute ATV

    Recreation.gov

  Otter Creek SP  State  Park              UT SP&R
 
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/park_pages/parkpage.php?id=ocsp
 
e-mail   mailto:parkcomment@utah.gov  435 624-3268
 
via U-62, U-22
 
PO Box 43
 
Antimony    UT     84712
   
Year-round fishing and boating on 3,120-acre Otter Creek Reservoir are the park's featured activities. The park is four miles northwest  of Antimony on State Route 22. Camping and picnicking units, modern rest rooms with hot showers, fish cleaning
 
  Recreation.gov
    
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/parks/camping.htm

  Ouray National Fish Hatchery    Fish and Wildlife Service FWS

  http://www.r6.fws.gov/fisheries/ut/ouray.htm

  e-mail  R6FFA_VER@fws.gov  (435) 789-0351

  1380 South 2350 West

  Vernal  UT  84078

    The Ouray National Fish Hatchery (NFH) was established in 1996 to provide refuge, propagation, and technical development to assist in the recovery of the four endangered Colorado River fish:  razorback sucker, Colorado pikeminnow, bonytail

   Recreation.gov
 

  Ouray National Wildlife Refuge   Fish and Wildlife Service FWS

  http://ouray.fws.gov  e-mail  ouray@fws.gov  435-545-2522

  HC 69 Box 232

  Randlett     UT  84063

    Ouray National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) is located in the desert of   northeastern Utah and receives less than 7 inches of precipitation annually.  The Green River brings water down from the mountains  of Wyoming and through the Refuge

    Recreation.gov

  Palisade SP  State  Park                              UT SP&R
 
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/park_pages/parkpage.php?id=pssp
 
e-mail   mailto:parkcomment@utah.gov  435 835-7275
 
2200 Palisade Road
 
PO Box 650070
 
Sterling      UT     84665
   
Seventy-acre Palisade Reservoir draws swimmers, year-round  anglers and non-motorized watercraft enthusiasts. There is also an 18-hole golf course, practice range, professional golf shop and snack bar. Hiking areas abound
 
  Recreation.gov
    
http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/parks/camping.htm

  Paria Contact Station    Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.ut.blm.gov/monument

  e-mail  cherrie_owens@blm.gov  435-644-4628

  Highway 89

  44 miles east of Kanab, UT      UT  84741

    The BLM information centers are located around the periphery of  the Monument. BLM personnel at these centers can provide visitors with essential and detailed information. The centers also offer books and maps for purchase

    Recreation.gov
 

  Pariette Wetlands         Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  http://www.publiclands.org/html/explore/site.asp?search=YES&back=S

  e-mail  SMaurer@plia.org  435-781-4400

  Vernal Field Office

  170 South 500 East

  Vernal    UT  84078

    Elevation 4700 feet. Pariette is a lush oasis in the middle of the desert, and a birder`s paradise. The complex of freshwater ponds is richly inhabited by wetlands flora and fauna, and surrounded by marshes. The area is frequented by mallards, Canada geese

    Recreation.gov

 


Beyond the Newsstand



Reserve Your Camping Place in Utah Now:

  OLD FOLKS FLAT
  Otter Creek State Park
  Palisade Group Areas
  Palisade State Park
  PANGUITCH LAKE
  PAYSON LAKES
  PERCEPTION PARK
  PINE LAKE
  PINE VALLEY EQUESTRIAN CAMP
  PINE VALLEY GROUP/DIXIE NAT'L

  PINE VALLEY NORTH/WASATCH/CACH
  POLE CREEK
  PONDEROSA (UTAH)
  POSY LAKE CAMPGROUND
  POTTER'S PONDS

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