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CAMPING UTAH

Te - Ah


April 23, 2024

Te Ah is a small camping area located in Utah, surrounded by stunning scenic views of the Wasatch Mountains. The campground offers visitors a peaceful retreat with access to an array of exciting nearby attractions. The nearby Strawberry Reservoir offers fishing, boating, and a beautiful sandy beach for sunbathing. Additionally, visitors can hike, trail ride, or mountain bike in the neighboring Uinta National Forest.

The campground includes 26 campsites with picnic tables and fire pits, and visitors can enjoy amenities such as potable water, vault toilets, and trash removal. The campsites are available on a first-come-first-serve basis, so it is recommended to arrive early to secure a spot.

An interesting fact about the Te Ah camping area is that it is located close to the historic Strawberry Valley, which was once a popular area for Native American tribes to gather and trade.

The best time to visit Te Ah is during the summer months when temperatures range from 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit at night. This is also the best time to enjoy the nearby water activities and hiking trails. However, visitors should note that the campground is only open from May to October.

Overall, Te Ah offers a peaceful camping retreat in a beautiful location with access to a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities.




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Fishing Destinations

                                                       

Navajo Lake

Apache Trout Atlantic Salmon Brown Trout Kelp Bass Smallmouth Bass

Panguitch Lake

Apache Trout Atlantic Salmon Rainbow Trout Tiger Trout
                                                                                                                       
                                               

Rafting & Kayaking

TRAPPERS CREEK TO I 70
Middle Sevier Watershed, Utah
BEGINS 2.3 MILES UPSTREAM FROM CONFLUENCE WITH COLORADO RIVER TO CONFLUENCE WITH THE COLORADO RIVER
Lower Colorado-Marble Canyon Watershed, Arizona
HEADWATERS TO TRAPPERS CREEK
Middle Sevier Watershed, Utah
THREE MILE CREEK SEGMENT 56-57
Upper Sevier Watershed, Utah
BEGINS 1 MILE BELOW THE REDWALL IN BOTH OF THE MAIN ARMS TO CONFLUENCE WITH THE COLORADO RIVER
Lower Colorado-Marble Canyon Watershed, Arizona
BEGINS 2.3 MILES UPSTREAM FROM CONFLUENCE WITH COLORADO RIVER TO CONFLUENCE WITH THE COLORADO RIVER
Lower Colorado-Marble Canyon Watershed, Arizona
RED CANYON TO CONFLUENCE WITH KANAB CREEK
Lower Colorado-Marble Canyon Watershed, Arizona
UNKNOWN
Escalante Desert Watershed, Utah
BEGINS 0.5 MILES UPSTREAM FROM THE CONFLUENCE WITH THE COLORADO RIVER TO CONFLUENCE WITH THE COLORADO RIVER
Grand Canyon Watershed, Arizona
UNKNOWN
Beaver Bottoms-Upper Beaver Watershed, Utah

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