Eastern Utah Geocaching
Daggett County: Tucked into the northeastern corner of Utah is some of the state’s most beautiful, rugged and dramatic terrain. Explore the cool waters and red canyon walls and reservoir of Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area (where gold was once found) and surrounding Ashley National Forest.
Duchesne County: This gateway to the Uinta Mountain Range offers Blue-Ribbon fishing, incredible trail systems and northern access to the world's largest outdoor art gallery — among stops for 18 holes and an old-fashioned soda.
Uintah County: Explore deep into Utah’s prehistory at Dinosaur National Monument and the Utah Field House of Natural History State Park Museum then hit the reservoirs of Steinaker and Red Fleet state parks for boating, paddling and fishing and access to singletrack mountain biking or ATV trails.
Eastern Utah Highlights
Dinosaur National Monument
Northeastern Utah’s dinosaur legacy comes to life at Dinosaur National Monument, where geological and climatic forces have tilted, warped, and eroded the earth’s crust to reveal a treasure trove of fossils.
Red Fleet State Park
Red Fleet is a perfect base for exploring the surrounding area while offering stellar camping, hiking — including the excellent Dinosaur Trackway — boating, fishing and biking.
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
Flaming Gorge might be the West's most spectacular reservoir. It certainly is one of the best fisheries around and the nearby national forest offers endless trails and other outdoor adventures.