Flaming Gorge Country is famous for its world class fishing, boating and family adventures. All set in the scenic splendor of the National Recreation Area.
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For thousands of years the Green River carved its course through the colorful rock formations of the area to form the deep canyons that now serve as a geographic marvel to all visitors. With the construction of the Flaming Gorge Dam in the early 1960’s, a recreational setting was established which has become one of the most visited sites in the continental United States. Visitors and residents alike are spellbound by the beauty of the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, with its 91 mile long lake, the Green River and its deep canyons.
Visitors are drawn from all over the world to enjoy a huge variety of world class outdoor recreation including trophy fishing and hunting - all in a majestic landscape. This spectacular area serves as home to abundant wildlife, including moose, Rocky Mountain elk, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep and wild horses.
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area is managed by the USDA Forest Service, Ashley National Forest, and USDI Bureau of Reclamation. Over 600 camping and picnic units (including boat-in and floating camps), five visitor centers, hundreds of miles of trails and many other visitor facilities offer you a wide range of recreational opportunities.
- Open Year-round
- Attraction Highlights
- Superb Boating, Trophy Fishing, Abundant Wildlife, Amazing Scenery
- Price Note
- Recreation Fee Pass is required for activity in some areas - see http://www.daggettcounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/4891 for Recreation Fee Pass info.
From Green River Wyoming, travel south on WY Hwy 530. From Rock Springs Wyoming, travel south on US Hwy 191. From Vernal Utah, travel north on US Hwy 191. From Salt Lake travel east on I-80 and then south on Wy-414 (exit 34 or 39) into Utah where it becomes UT-43. You can also continue east on I-80 to follow the directions from Green River or Rock Springs.