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There are three types of camping available in Ramblers—dispersed, non-improved campgrounds, and improved campgrounds. Whatever your comfort level, we have you covered.
Dispersed camping areas include Big John Flat, Big Flat, and Indian Creek. Note, some of these names are similar, so don’t get confused because they are miles apart.
Non-improved campgrounds include Anderson Meadow and LeBaron.
Improved campgrounds are Beaver Camperland, DeLano Motel and RV Park, and Beaver KOA.
Ramblers is an excellent base for exploring Great Basin National Park as Beaver and Milford are two of the closest towns to this remote, natural wonder.
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.
This beautiful high mountain retreat offers excellent fishing in LeBaron Lake and magnificent scenery. At 9900-foot elevation, alpine vegetation surrounds the serene and secluded LeBaron 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.