Quiet, Pristine, Perfect
Located within the majestic Tushar Mountain Range and nestled within a forest of aspen and mixed conifer Tushar Lake, also known as Lower Kents Lake, is the perfect place for outdoor adventure. The lake and small meadow offer great fishing, hiking, canoeing, sand volleyball and wildlife viewing. Situated at 8,560 feet, Tushar Lake offers visitors a chance to escape the heat of the summer and spend the day relaxing on the lake or exploring lightly established trails.
There’s so much to do and see in the surrounding area too! From the Tushar Lake area you can continue up the Kents Lake Road (FR-137) past LeBaron Lake, through Betenson Flat back to SR-153. Heading back to Beaver on SR-153, you will pass Puffer Lake, at which point you will return to an asphalt road which leads through the Eagle Point ski resort. Also near Tushar Lake are Middle and Upper Kents Lakes and Anderson Meadows Reservoir. The Skyline Trail begins at nearby Big Flat and the Paiute ATV trail passes through the surrounding mountains with numerous side trails close by. The Tushar Lakeside Campground is a great base camp for your adventure.
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Resort Relaxation and Recreation
Eagle Point Resort brings year-round adventure from relaxation to exploration, perched high upon a stunning location in the Tushar Mountains, it’s four seasons of fun.
A winter wonderland and perfect getaway the resort offers powdered slopes for skiers and snowboarders alike of all skill levels. During summer months, this mountain getaway provides fresh alpine air and a welcome respite from the heat and every outdoor activity imaginable.
THE Panoramic PAIUTE
Riding the main 275 mile ATV Paiute Trail loop is designed to provide an enjoyable recreational ride through breathtaking scenery and provide technical challenges for the best riders. With over 1000 miles of marked side trails and 1500+ estimated miles of side forest roads and trails the Paiute ATV Trail is best explored in segments.
Ride through a deeply dense forest and stop along the way for fishing or camping near the path. Panoramic scenes with vistas over hundred miles in the distance (and 11,000 below!) make the Trail a popular photographic destination. You may also spot free-roaming deer and other wildlife along the way.