Spring Hollow Campground
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest \ Logan Ranger District
Spring Hollow Campground is located in the beautiful Logan River east of the city of Logan, Utah. Campers enjoy fishing, hiking, canoeing and kayaking in this scenic area. The campground consists of 11 single family campsites, 1 double family campsite and one large group site which accommodates up to 95 people. A large group picnic site accommodates up to 100 people. Spring Hollow is generally open from early May through mid-September. About half the sites are reservable at least 4 days and up to 6 months ahead of your arrival. Follow the link to check rates, availability and current forest alerts: Recreation.gov \ Spring Hollow Campground
There is a large pond at one end of the campground where campers enjoy canoeing. Several great hiking trails begin from the campground including: Spring Hollow, Mill Hollow, Crimson and Bridger Look-Off trails.
Campground roads and spurs are paved. Drinking water, garbage containers and vault toilet restrooms are provided. Each campsite has a picnic table and fire ring.
Enjoy our virtual tour of Spring Hollow Campground and follow the link to read about additional camping in the Logan Canyon area: Logan Ranger District