Flaming Gorge / Manila Koa

Manila, Utah

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This small, off-the-beaten-path campground shaded by giant cottonwoods offers views of Lake Flaming Gorge 7 miles away and of the surrounding mountains and bluffs. The campsites are spread out across green areas, an oasis in a high desert setting. Anglers hook lake trout, smallmouth bass, kokanee salmon and rainbow trout from the waters of the 91-mile-long lake. Fly-fish the Green River or take a family-friendly float trip. Explore mountain lakes, historical sites and hundreds of miles of hiking/biking trails. Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 75 feet.

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Adventures Nearby

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    If you only have time for a quick trip to the overlook, the main network of paths leave directly north from the Red Canyon Visitor Center and lead to a few viewpoints that provide impressive vistas to the east and west. For those looking for more...

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  • Fly Fish the Green River below Flaming Gorge

    Located in the northeast corner of Utah, this section of the Green River begins beneath the Flaming Gorge dam. The "A" section runs from the dam to Little Hole, and there is parking and trail access from both ends. If you plan on launching a boat...

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