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  And if that's not enough there's lots more exciting stuff to do in the Uinta Mountains. Drift Lake Dam is a place that is next to Bluebell Lake, and a journey to Ashley National Forest when you're here is never a bad idea. A glorious site to camp here at Bluebell Lake is Beaver Dam Campground, and Bluebell Lake is not the only spot close by, Red Castle Lake is a close by lake. There's a splendid 8.3-mile-in-length type II-IV whitewater part on Lake Fork nearby,
    the Moon Lake to Bridge to Yellowstone River sector. This sector of Lake Fork is suited for raft paddlers who have been raft paddling for a period of time but who are not yet ready for the especially dangerous rapids.

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These outdoors activities are available near Bluebell Lake.
 Lakes Near Bluebell Lake:
Toquer Lake, Duchesne County, 4 miles away
Red Castle Lake, Summit County, 5 miles away
Lower Red Castle Lake, Summit County, 6 miles away
Continent Lake, Duchesne County, 14 miles away
Craig Lake, Duchesne County, 17 miles away
 Public Lands Near Bluebell Lake:
Ashley National Forest, Utah, 4 miles away
Starvation State Park, Utah, 27 miles away
Fossil Butte National Monument, Kemmerer - WY, 57 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Bluebell Lake:
Moon Lake Group - Ashley National Forest, Vernal, 7 miles away
Beaver Dam Campground, Duchesne County, 10 miles away
Swift Creek, Altonah, 11 miles away
Swift Creek Campground, Duchesne County, 11 miles away
 Hotels Near Bluebell Lake:
Comfort Inn Ballard, Ballard, 40 miles away
Americas Best Value Inn, Ballard, 42 miles away
Best Western Plus Landmark Hotel, Ballard, 42 miles away
Americas Best Value Inn And Suites-Evanston, Evanston, 45 miles away
Best Western Dunmar Inn, Evanston, 45 miles away
 Whitewater Near Bluebell Lake:
Lake Fork, Duchesne County, 7 miles away
      Class II-IV - 8.3 miles long (Moon Lake to Bridge to Yellowstone River)
Blacks Fork - East Fork, Summit County, 10 miles away
      Class I-II - 6 miles long (Guard station off US 150 to Hewinta Guard Station)
Yellowstone River, Duchesne County, 11 miles away
      Class II - 2 miles long (Swift Creek to Reservoir)

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