Marsh Lake Campground

Evanston, Utah


Marsh Lake Campground is located next to its namesake on the northern slope of the Uinta Mountains at an elevation of 9,400 feet. Visitors enjoy fishing, canoeing and exploring local trails.


Marsh Lake offers plenty of recreation opportunities. The lake is open to canoeing, kayaking and boating for other small watercraft. A boat ramp is located on the west side of the lake. Fishing docks extend from both sides of the boat ramp, allowing for rainbow and cutthroat trout fishing.

Several off-road vehicle, hiking, biking and horseback riding trails crisscross the area. China Meadows Trailhead is nearby, giving hikers and horseback riders access to the High Uintas.


The campground contains several single and double campsites, each equipped with a picnic table, utility table and campfire ring. Some sites have lake views.

Drinking water, vault toilets and trash collection are provided, and a host is on-site.

A dump station is located about a mile and a half away across the road from Stateline. 

40 single sites - $21.00, capacity - 8 people

6 double sites - $41.00, capacity - 16 people

1 Overnight Group Site - $60.00, capacity - 35 people

Day use - $8.00

Extra vehicle - $8.00 per vehicle

Natural Features

A thin forest of lodgepole pine, ponderosa pine and aspen covers the area, providing limited shade. Summer wildflowers and grasses dot the campground. A variety of wildlife makes its home around the lake, including moose and deer.

Nearby Attractions

The Uinta Mountains are comprised of beautiful canyons, soaring peaks and pristine lakes, rivers and streams. Outdoor enthusiasts come to enjoy the natural beauty of this rugged region. Several lakes offer fishing and canoeing opportunities.


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