Cleveland Reservoir Campground is located in Utah's Energy Loop on the Wasatch Plateau offering fishing, canoeing, kayaking, horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking and off-road vehicle trails. There are vault toilets, but no other amenities, and it is a "pack it in, pack it out" site. The surrounding area is a broad mountain valley with aspen and pine trees and meadows of wildflowers.
Cleveland Reservoir Campground is located along Utah's scenic Energy Loop on top of the Wasatch Plateau off Highway 31 approximately 18 miles east of Fairview, Utah. The campground sits at an approximate elevation of 9,000 feet and is located next the the 135.8 acre Cleveland Reservoir. The Department of Wildlife Resources of Utah (DWR) stocks this reservoir with Rainbow Trout. Two miles further up the road is Huntington Reservoir and this reservoir is stocked with Tiger Trout.
Scan & Pay is available at this campground using the Recreation.gov mpbile app (Android and iOS). This location is available on a first-come, first-served basis only. Visitors are required to physically arrive at the campground to purchase and claim a site. Once on-site, you can pay for your campsite(s) by scanning a QR code using the Recreation.fov mobile app. Download the free Recreation.gov mobile app on Android or iOS prior to your arrival as some remote areas have limited or no cellular service.
Huntington Reservoir has great tiger and cutthroat trout fishing, while Cleveland Reservoir offers great fishing for rainbow trout. Both reservoirs are perfect for canoeing and kayaking, however boat ramps are not available.
The extensive Lake Canyon OHV Trail System offers many miles of exciting trails and three beginner loops, making the area accessible to riders of all skill levels. Horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking are popular as well.
Electric Lake is nearby, offering boating, water skiing and fishing for tiger and cutthroat trout and kokanee salmon. A boat ramp is on-site located at the north-end of the reservoir.
Vault toilets are provided, but there is no water, electricity, sewer hookups, or garbage service. This is a "pack it in, pack it out" site so all trash must be removed upon departure. This campground sits on the north end of the Arapeen OHV trail system and is adjacent to the Lake Canyon Trail System that houses twelve miles of OHV trails within reach of this campground.
The area is situated in a broad mountain valley, surrounded by the scenic peaks of the Wasatch Plateau. Stands of aspen and pine trees provide limited shade, and grasses, sagebrush and summer wildflowers fill the meadows.