Tony Grove Lake - Logan Canyon
Tony Grove Lake is a very popular summer playground. The lake offers an abundance outdoor activities such as fishing, canoeing, paddle boarding, camping, relaxing, and enjoying the fresh mountain air. The lake is located in the Uinta-Wastach-Cache National Forest and has been designated as a Scenic Wildflower Viewing Area. Beautiful geraniums, paintbrush, columbine, lupine, daisies and mountain sunflowers stretch across the meadows. The best wildflower viewing opportunities are in July and August.
From the parking area visitors can enjoy an easy walk around the lake. Other popular trails include the White Pine Lake trail and trails that lead deep into the Mt. Naomi Wilderness area. All trails will provide spectacular views of the surrounding landscape and provide wildflower viewing opportunities.
Camping at Tony Grove:
The Tony Grove Campground is a primitive campground that offers 36 camping sites. There is no water, electrical, or sewer hookups available at this campground. The roads leading into the campground are very narrow, so large recreational vehicles are not recommended. Primitive wilderness camping is also available in Mt. Naomi Wilderness area.
Each year Tony Grove is stocked with rainbow trout. Traditional baits such as powerbait, and worms work well. Try using a bubble to keep your bait suspended above the moss. Small spinners with gold or sliver blades also work well. We recommend the Panther Martin. For fly fishing use winged mayflies.
Dogs at Tony Grove:
Tony Grove along with the hiking trails in the area are dog friendly. On our visit there were many dogs out enjoying the beautiful area with their owners. If you bring your dog, your dog must remain on a leash at all times. Also, please be sure to clean up any surprises your dog may leave behind.
Visiting Tony Grove:
The lake is a very popular summer location for the residents of Logan, Utah. If you plan to visit the lake on a weekend be sure to arrive early to insure a parking spot and to stake your claim along the shore of the lake. We visited in the middle of the week and we were surprised by how full the parking lot was. There were many people along the shore and in the water kayaking, paddling boarding, and swimming. There is a day use fee to park and enjoy the area activities.
Logan Ranger District: 435-755-3620
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