LeBaron Campground is located in the Fishlake National Forest at an elevation of 9,900 feet. This beautiful high mountain retreat in Utah offers excellent fishing in LeBaron Lake and outstanding scenery.
Anglers will enjoy fishing for brook and rainbow trout in LeBaron Lake from the shore or small non-motorized boat. The LeBaron ATV Trail is just west of LeBaron Campground on Forest Road #147 and is a jumping off point to numerous loop trails and ATV Forest Roads, including the Piute ATV trail.
The campground has 11 single units and one group unit. All sites are back-in and will accommodate trailers from 12 to 45 feet long. Each campsite has a table and campfire ring. One vault toilet serves the campground. Drinking water is not available. There is a camping limit of 14 consecutive days.
A designated ATV parking area is located to the west side of the campground to access available ATV trails.
No hook-ups or dump station are available. The nearest dump station is located in Beaver, Utah.
The campground is surrounded by a mix of aspen and conifers. The trees provide a range of shade depending on campsite locations with a majority of the sites well-shaded.
The Fishlake National Forest offers spectacular vistas and opportunities to view wildlife in their natural habitat. Elk, deer, black bear, moose, cougar and mountain goats are some of the large animals that call the forest home.