Big Sandy Reservoir

Description:

Big Sandy Dam and Reservoir, Eden Project, are on Big Sandy Creek about 15 miles north of Farson, Wyoming. Recreation at Big Sandy Reservoir is directly managed by the Bureau of Reclamation. Information about the area can be obtained by contacting the office listed below. The site has primitive facilities and no on-site manager or law enforcement. Use at your own risk. There is no charge for boat launching, primitive camping, picnicking or other activities. The reservoir has a water surface area of approximately 2,500 acres, and is situated in an open setting north of Farson, Wyoming. The elevation is about 6,760 feet. Use is low and seasonal. Available fish species include brown trout, cutthroat trout, catfish and ling. Big Sandy Reservoir U.S.

Directions:

From Rock Springs, Wyoming, travel 36 miles on U.S. 191 to Farson, Wyoming. Continue north for another 9 1/2 miles until reaching a county road heading eastward. Proceed along this road 3 miles to the dam. The county road is not maintained and may require 4-wheel drive vehicles in periods of heavy rain or snow.From Lander, Wyoming, travel southwest on State Highway 28 for approximately 77 miles to Farson. Proceed from Farson as described above.

Phone:

801-379-1000

Email:

Address:

Provo Area Office 302 East 1860 South Provo, UT 84606-7317

Activities:

Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Picnicking Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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