Potters Pond Campground is located in a high mountain valley next to two sparkling ponds at an elevation of 8,900 feet. Pines and grasses cover the area, and aspens dot the surrounding mountainsides. The ponds offer great fishing for rainbow trout, with scenic views from the shore. This campground has vault toilets but no electricity, water, or hookups. It is a "pack it in, pack it out site", so all trash must be removed upon departure. Some sites have views of the ponds, and most of the sites are shaded by pines. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Roads and parking spurs are dirt. There is a campground host onsite. Campground is reached via the well-maintained dirt/gravel Miller Flat Road, providing good access for cars and RVs. This campground has 19 sites. Nine are reservable double sites and two are reservable single sites. Site #6 is a reservable group site. Double sites #8 and #10 and single site #3 are available on a first-come, first-served basis for $3.00 per vehicle. If not reserved, all reservable sites are also available at the same rate. Sites #16 through #19 are horse sites and can only be reserved by campers with horses. Site #19 is a horse double site. If horse sites are not reserved they are available on a first-come, first- serve basis to anyone for $3.00 per vehicle. The expansive Arapeen ATV Trail System can be accessed from the campground, and has 350+ miles of designated, well-maintained trails for ATVs and OHVs and is suitable for all riding levels. Horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking are popular in the area as well. Direct Line: 4353842372 Ranger Station: 4353842372
The ponds offer great canoeing and rainbow trout fishing. Horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking are popular in the area as well. The expansive Arapeen OHV Trail System can be accessed from the campground and has more than 350 miles of designated, well-maintained trails for off-road vehicles. The trails are suitable for all riding levels.
Potters Pond lies in Upper Joe's Valley in Central Utah. Pine trees and wild grasses cover the area, while aspens dot the surrounding mountainsides.
Drinking water is not available at the campground Sites 16-19 must be reserved by campers with horses; anyone reserving an equestrian site without horses will be asked to move and may receive a citation Campsites that are not reserved are available on a first-come, first-served basis, for $3 per vehicle Click here for more information on the Manti-La Sal National Forest
This campground offers a variety of campsites, including single, double and equestrian sites. Some sites have views of the ponds and most sites are shaded. Sites are equipped with tables and campfire rings with grills. Vault toilets are provided, but there is no water, electricity or trash collection available within the campground. Visitors will need to bring their own water, as well as pack out all garbage. Roads and parking spurs within the campground are dirt. The campground can be reached via the well-maintained dirt and gravel Miller Flat Road, which provides relatively easy access for cars and RVs.
From Price, Utah, travel south on Highway 10 for 20 miles, to Huntington. Turn right onto Highway 31 and travel northwest for 30 miles. Turn south onto Miller Flat Road and travel 11 miles. Turn right onto Potter Canyon Road and continue for less than a mile to the campground.