Pitch your tent in a tree grove with a open pit fire and camp table with a beautiful view of the Uintah Mountains. We are 2 1/2 hours east of Salt Lake City, in northeastern Utah, referred to as Uintah Basin. If traveling east, at I-80 past Park City, exit onto Hwy 40 which connects Salt Lake City to Denver. After arriving in Roosevelt, continue for approximately 5 miles. A
Pitch your tent in a tree grove with a open pit fire and camp table with a beautiful view of the Uintah Mountains. We are 2 1/2 hours east of Salt Lake City, in northeastern Utah, referred to as Uintah Basin. If traveling east, at I-80 past Park City, exit onto Hwy 40 which connects Salt Lake City to Denver. After arriving in Roosevelt, continue for approximately 5 miles. At the traffic signal light, turn north on Whiterocks Highway and go for another 3 1/2 miles. I am at the 3rd mailbox on the right. If traveling west, continue on Hwy 40 from Vernal for approx. 26 miles to traffic signal light and take right turn onto Whiterocks Highway, follow instructions to the ranch above. It has variable terrain - high desert, grassland, and marshland.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
I will be planting some warm water fish this coming spring.
I am training horses at the present time.
Natural features you'll find at Uinta Springs Ranch in Utah.
I have two ponds, a small one and an intermediate sized one.
The vibe at Uinta Springs Ranch
Places to see near Uinta Springs Ranch/Campground
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Forest's land is a pretty fantastic little spot - though, I shouldn't say little. He's on quite a bit of land, and you're basically devoid of neighbors besides the horses and 2 friendly little dogs.
I'm mostly unfamiliar with Utah, but the drive up there was spectacular. The landscape changes drastically ever hour, and his land specifically was probably the most green area I've seen in the state.
In terms of camping, everything was easy. Just follow his written directions, then when you get there look forward to the soft flat ground, trees for shade, chairs to sit at. The land feels alive, and while sitting and listening, you can hear many many different kinds of birds/frogs. Really quite relaxing.
Overall, he was a great host, and I would definitely recommend this spot if you're in the area.
A private paradise
Forrest’s property is absolutely beautiful.
We arrived in the evening and with his perfect directions we were able to drive right to it. We knew as soon as we saw the view that we made the right choice. There was so much land for my sister’s puppy to explore and never get bored. Forrest has quite a lot of space and he maintains it very well.
The site is nestled between Forrest’s lovely home and his horse pasture and pen. His horses were quite curious and very charming. The grove of trees that serve as the campsite provide lots of shade during the day. There were multiple places to set up tents that would be shaded at different points during the day.
Forrest provides a table big enough to prepare meals and some picnic style chairs that can be used for meal times.
There is a large fire pit that would allow for a large group to sit around. There was even a spot where we could light charcoals to cook in a Dutch oven. The firewood is complimentary, but we brought some bundles to supplement to prevent using more than our share.
The host provided a port-a-potty that was very clean and well maintained.
Overall, this camp was a treasure to experience and I am SO looking forward to the opportunity to return in the future.