Fishlake National Forest

Beaver River

Beaver Ranger District

Game Fish Present: Brown and Rainbow Trout

Description: One of southern Utah's larger wild trout streams, the Beaver River is located east of Beaver in the Tushar Mountains. It has a paved road parallel to much of the lower reaches. Wild rainbow and brown trout are abundant in the lower and middle sections, while brook and cutthroat are more abundant in the headwaters.

Season: Open year round on the National Forest

Gear Suggestions: Flies, lures and bait

Access: Access via State Road #153 heading east from the town of Beaver.

Camping:

Little Cottonwood
6500'
14 sites
May-Nov.

(Little Cottonwood Campground - Note:
Little Cottonwood Campground has accessible facilities. There are two accessible campsites, an accessible vault toilet, a paved pathway along the Beaver River, and an accessible fishing pier on the Beaver River).

Ponderosa
7000'
3 family sites, 2 group sites
May-Oct.

Mahogany Cove
7500'
7 sites
May-Oct.