Camp a 5-15 minute walk (depending on time of year/ water levels) from Starvation Reservoir near Duchesne, Utah on a private 5.5 acre property with another 5.5 acres clear to the lake shore. Open ranch type space with small trees spread around property. Spaces leveled and cleared throughout. Great for camping, hanging out, bonfires, and water based activities!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Northeastern Utah Lakeside Retreat in Utah.
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The 2 trailers left on the property are in the best spots. so we were stuck with the uneven spots left over further away from the fire pit. And had to work around them .
The property had a ton of odd trashy looking half built items (pvc pipe play house?? Odd table with bones 😣) . The directions had everyone lost. Including me.. we had to meet everyone to guide them in .
Very secluded with a beautiful view! Reservoir was very low this year and quite a long walk. Jossue made directions very clear on how to get there which helped so much! I would camp here again!
Book here!very secluded & beautiful
Jossue was extremely friendly and willing to answer any and all questions super fast. Wonderful, large campsite and next time we want to bring a bunch of family!
What an awesome place! We really enjoyed this spot. There was PLENTY of room for our 3 huge tents. The ground is nice and clear, plenty of room to park and set up a nice kitchen area. There were even a few trees really close to hang out hammocks. I could actually live here! The water was a little further away because of the drought but it was a nice walk. We made it an adventure. We never saw any people and really enjoyed the privacy this spot has to offer.
We will definitely stay here again!
Great desert camping, not lakeside
The campsite had some beautiful views of Starvation Resevoir. The photos made it look like the campsite is almost right on the waters edge, and this is not the case. With the lack of a trail as well as low water levels, it took us a good 20 minutes to finally get to the water (while trying to avoid cryptobiotic soil). It was nice to have an established fire ring, great juniper trees to hang hammocks from, and a table already there. Some of the roads there were missing signs and were missed on the instructions as well, so all three parties ended up getting lost on the way out. If you like desert camping, this is a great site!
We had a great time staying here. The water was about 10-15 minutes of a walk, due to lower water levels. But there are trails leading down to it, so it's easy to get there. It was quiet and peaceful with a beautiful view of the stars at night. We had a large group and had plenty of room for multiple campers. There are some cactus on the property so make sure you have a good pair of shoes if you're planning on exploring. Would definitely stay here again.
Love this spot
Wonderful property, out of the way like we like it. I wouldn’t consider it truly secluded as there are a lot of other campers around the area, but that is worth it for the location and the outstanding sky view. We witnessed 2 UAPs and our dog loved chasing around the critters.