Tony Grove Campground

Richmond, Utah

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Overview

Tony Grove Campground is situated on the mountainside above beautiful Tony Grove Lake, about 19 miles east of Logan, Utah, at an elevation of 8,100 feet. This scenic area is known for its vivid summer wildflowers and excellent trails.

Recreation

Tony Grove Lake is less than a half-mile from the campground. It provides great fishing and canoeing opportunities. A self-guided nature trail circles the lake. Numerous additional hiking trails set off from the day-use site at the lake, accessing the Mount Naomi Wilderness. The popular 4.5-mile White Pine Lake Trail begins here as well.

Facilities

This primitive campground offers 32 single camp sites and 1 double camp site, some of which are accessible. Each site offers a picnic table and fire ring. A few sites have partial lake views. This campground has a mix of both vault and flush restroom facilities. Roads and parking spurs are gravel. There is access to Tony Grove Lake and to the backcountry trails. Tony Grove is a high elevation campground.

32 single sites - $22.00, Capacity - 8 people

1 double site - $44.00, Capacity - 16 people

Extra Vehicle - $8.00 per vehicle

Tony Grove Day Use & TH - $7.00 - standard amenity fee - daily

Tony Grove Day Use & TH - $25.00 - standard amenity fee - weekly

Tony Grove Day Use & TH - $40.00 - season pass

Natural Features

A colorful profusion of geraniums, paintbrush, columbine, lupine, daisies and mountain sunflowers stretches across the meadows and throughout the campground from approximately mid-July through mid-August. Engelmann spruce, white pines and aspens forest the site, offering plentiful shade.

Nearby Attractions

Only 25 miles away, Bear Lake, is often called the Caribbean of the Rockies for its intense turquoise-blue water. As visitors catch their first glimpse of the lake, they marvel at its color and wonder what makes the lake so blue. The unique color is due to the reflection of the limestone deposits suspended in the lake. The state park offers a developed marina with paved boat ramps and boat slips. In addition, there are boat ramps at several other places around the lake. Each season lends its own characteristic to the lake. Year-round, visitors enjoy a number of recreational and cultural activities. Experience the rush of snowmobiling in the nearby mountains. Navigate your personal watercraft across the turquoise water. Feel the rod-bending excitement of a Bear Lake cutthroat on the end of your fishing line. Sail off into the sunset. Leave the crowds, congestion, and traffic behind to create outdoor memories for your family reunion or vacation while enjoying clean air and a safe environment. Take some time during your own favorite season and enjoy yourself at Bear Lake!

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Adventures Nearby

  • Backpack to White Pine Lake, Logan

    You will start from the Tony Grove Lake parking lot and start hiking northeast on the White Pine Lake trailhead. The trail is roughly 3.8 miles to the lake through beautiful Quaking Aspens and Pines. The first 2.5 miles are fairly easy with a slig...

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  • Hike Mt. Magog

    Mt. Magog is one of the most visually striking mountains in the Bear River range. With its very rocky peak being visible from Tony Grove, it is often photographed, but rarely ever hiked. It is rarely hiked because there is not actually an official...

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  • Bike the Jardine Juniper Trail

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