Iron Mine Camp Spur

Kamas, Utah (Wasatch County)

Last Updated: 06/03/2021
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Highlight: Iron Mine Camp Spur
Just over an hour away from Salt Lake City lies a playground. This playground offers over 2.1 million acres with any outdoor sporting activity you can imagine. The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest is quite the wonderland. This particular region lies just outside of Kamas, Utah, and is open to all kinds of recreation from backpacking to fishing, to just about anything with a motor. Not far from the mouth of the canyon is the Soapstone Basin. This region runs right along the Lower Provo River and provides access to many streams, lakes, trails, and camping opportunities. Iron Mine Camp Spur gives you a great place to basecamp, while also providing a small pond to toss in the line and relax. This little spur will likely give you a little seclusion compared to other trails nearby as well. Be sure to rest up for whatever excursions you have planned!
For individual use only, not to be shared.