During the temporary closure, the U.S. Forest Service will have a contractor chip seal the campground’s major travel corridors. The closure is necessary to avoid any mishaps between visitors and workers and to allow visitors to enjoy their experience without the disturbances of heavy equipment. The 50-site campground is expected to be open on Friday.
Visitors wishing to recreate in the Panguitch Lake area will have the options of camping in Panguitch Lake south campground, which has 18 tent-only sites, or White Bridge campground, about six miles east of Panguitch Lake, which has 28 sites.
For more information about this temporary closure, please contact Rudy Bowen at 435-865-3241.