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ANDERSON MEADOW RESERVOIR

Anderson Meadow Reservoir is one of the many amazing reservoirs you can find when exploring the Tushars. This reservoir covers 8 acres at an elevation of 9,355 feet with a maximum depth of 21 feet. It’s located 6 miles from the SR-153 junction on FR-137, and the adjacent Forest Service campground has 10 campsites. You’ll find the lake stocked with rainbow trout as well as a large population of wild brook trout, so be sure to pack your fishing gear. 

This is also a great spot for paddle boarders to find smooth waters. 

Getting there:

The Anderson Meadow Recreation Site is approximately 18.3 miles east of Beaver City. From Beaver travel 10 miles east on SR-153, turn right onto Kents Lake Road (FR-137) and travel another 8.3 miles. To reach this site from Junction, Utah travel 9 miles west on SR-153, turn left on FR-137 and travel another 7 miles.

For winter access, Contact Ranger District Office for latest snow conditions.  Telephone: 435-438-2436.


Ramble Responsibly in Beaver County!
Leave no trace at Anderson Meadows Reservoir, and be safe on the water.

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Don’t forget to pack your lucky fishing pole to get a chance at catching some trout.

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