Fish Lake Quaking Aspens On the Water at Fish Lake Twin Creeks Bridge Utah Fish Lake Utah from Above

Fish Lake Cabin Rentals

Fish Lake CabinsFor those that prefer an option other than the campgrounds at Fish Lake, Utah, there are a variety of rental cabins available. Prices vary from about $50 per night for more “rustic” sleeping accommodations to over $700 per night for the largest multi-bedroom cabin.

There are three ‘resorts’ that offer cabin rentals at Fish Lake: Lakeside Resort, Fish Lake Lodge and the Bowery Haven Resort. As you are driving north (northeast) on SR-25 towards Fish Lake, the Lakeside Resort is first, followed by the Fish Lake Lodge and then the Bowery Haven Resort, at the north end of the lake.

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Fish Lake Camping

Fish Lake CampgroundsThere are several camping options available for visitors to Fish Lake, Utah. For those with Motorhomes or larger trailers, there are two RV parks that provide full hookups (Lakeside Resort and Bowery Haven Resort). There are also five campgrounds (Mackinaw, Bowery, Frying Pan, Piute & Tasha Equestrian) for those with trailers or tents.

The primary camping season in the Fish Lake Basin is Memorial Day through Labor Day. About half of the camp sites are reservable in advance, with the others being first-come first-served. Reservations can be made by phone or online.

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Fish Lake Fishing

Fishing at Fish LakeUtah’s Fish Lake is known for its great camping, incredible scenery, numerous outdoor activities and its fantastic fishing. Fish Lake is famous for its trout fishing, especially for 25lb+ Mackinaw Trout (Lake Trout) that are taken from the lake each year.

For those that don’t quite have the patience for Mackinaw fishing, there are plenty of nice sized Rainbow Trout and Splake available. These can most readily be caught still fishing from a boat or trolling. Other fish species at Fish Lake include Brown Trout, Tiger Muskie, Yellow Perch, Suckers and Chubs.

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