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Passport Club Event: Flaming Gorge Dive Along!

 

NOTE: A Dive flag is required when diving Flaming Gorge – motorized watercraft can be present.

Flaming Gorge Reservoir is one of the largest bodies of water in Utah. It was built to impound spring floods in the Green River and store them for year-round use for Arizona, Nevada, and southern California.

The reservoir is second only to Lake Powell in size and recreational popularity.

 

Lake Info

Elevation (feet) 6023
Depth (feet) maximum 436 mean 212
Length (miles) 42.6 Width (miles) .3 Shoreline (miles) 208
Visibility: 20 – 40 feet
Summer Water Temperature 60-68 °F
Aquatic life: Rainbow, cutthroat, brown trout, kokanee, smallmouth bass and channel catfish

Spearfishing is allowed – Please refer to the Utah Fishing Guidebook for information regarding regulations:

https://wildlife.utah.gov/guidebooks/2021_fishing_guidebook.pdf

Accommodations
There are dozens of campgrounds in the recreation area. For further recreational information, contact the Recreation Area Headquarters. There is a private campground in Manilla.
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area 784-3445
Flaming Gorge KOA (Manilla) 784-3184
Reservoir Administrators Department of the Interior 524-5403

Getting There
Accesses to Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area are on US-191 between Green River, WY and Vernal, UT.
Access from the north and west is also possible on Wyoming Highway 414, from I-80 at Fort Bridger, WY to Manilla, UT. Recreational areas are concentrated along the south side of the Flaming Gorge and Red Canyon on U-44, which connects US-191 to W-414. Access areas are well marked.

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