Flaming Gorge Reservoir
With more than 42,000 acres of boating and fishing waters, surrounded by choice camping and picnic areas, Flaming Gorge Reservoir - straddling the Wyoming and Utah state line - is an ideal leisure-time destination. Flaming Gorge Reservoir, in Ashley National Forest, provides many excellent recreational opportunities, including areas with boat ramps, fishing docks, hiking trails, marinas with boat slips, camping sites, and picnic sites. Winter activities are great also with cross country skiing and snowmobiling topping the list. The Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area serves as a recreation centerpiece for the area. Visitor Centers are located at the dam and the south shore of the reservoir, with tours of the 50 story dam and hydroelectric turbines available.
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation created Flaming Gorge Reservoir by building the Flaming Gorge Dam in Red Canyon, Utah to impound the Green River. It was built to provide storage for Green River spring floods for use by Arizona ... (read more about Flaming Gorge Reservoir, Wyoming)