With all of the campground choices surrounding Panguicth Lake you need to take a few things into consideration before making your plans.
- Make Reservations-Make sure to check the site for possible reservations, especially on weekends because these campgrounds fill up on most summer weekends and holidays.
- Check the season dates to make sure the site is open, campsite arability can be an issue certain times of the year.
- Check campground locations and fee’s.
White Bridge Campgrounds- (open seasonally- May 22-Sep 28th) with a fee required. This campground has Flush Toilets, Grills, camp sites, campfire rings, drinking water, dump station, tables, and trash collection.
Panguitch Lake North Campground- (First come first serve) with a fee. This campground has 39 campsites with tables and fire rings, 8 double sites with tables and fire rings, and 3 group sites with tables and fire rings. This site has drinking water, flush toilets, dump station, and garbage disposal.
Navajo Lake Campground- (First come first serve) and there is a fee required here. Located off Navajo Lake but not to far from Panguitch Lake, a good secondary option if the others are full. This campground has 12 campsites with picnic tables and fire ring, 4 double sites with table and fire ring, and 11 walk in tent sites with tables and fire rings. There is drinking water, flush toilets and garbage disposal on site.
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