Twin Lake Campground

Mayfield, Utah

Overview

Twin Lake Campground rests in a juniper tree belt between the lower river bottom of Twelve Mile Canyon and the upper sub-alpine top of Skyline Drive. Visitors enjoy exploring a wealth of off-road vehicle trails.

Recreation

With an off-road vehicle learner loop in the campground and a central location between trails connecting to the Arapeen OHV Trail system and Skyline Drive, Twin Lake is the perfect staging area for exciting riding at any skill level.

Facilities

The campground contains one group site available for online reservations. This site accommodates up to 40 people and six vehicles. An additional 21 single-family sites are available, two of which, Sites 11 and 13, are open for online reservations.

Campfire rings are provided in each campsite and two vault toilets are regularly maintained and accessible within the campground. There is no trash collection so be prepared to pack out what you bring in.

Natural Features

The campground is located 7 miles up Twelve Mile Canyon from the town of Mayfield, nestled among Flagstaff Limestone bluffs. At 7,000 feet above sea level, Twin Lake Campground allows early access in the spring and warmer temperatures in the fall.

Nearby Attractions

The Arapeen OHV Trail System offers extensive riding. Access to Skyline Drive rewards visitors with picturesque scenery and outdoor excitement.

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