Kent’s Lakes Loop
Located in the Tushar Mountains east of Beaver, this scenic side trip meanders past several small, sweet lakes and campgrounds before joining the unpaved portion of Hwy. 153 about 12 miles later. Kent’s Lakes Loop Drive (FS Route 137) is a drive-friendly, well-graded dirt and gravel road. This area is popular for its untouched setting and clear-flowing creeks. Bring a rod along and you can try your luck at Little Reservoir, Kents Lake, or Anderson Meadow Reservoir. There are so many opportunities for all types of outdoor recreation to be enjoyed in this area of the Fishlake National Forest.
In the winter, beautiful canyon riding and gradual climbing make Kent’s Lake Trail a favorite of many snowmobilers. This well-groomed trail features twists and turns for riders experiencing the Tushar Mountains. Expansive play areas can be found near the junction of Kent’s Lakes and Three Creeks trails.