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Weeping Ledge Lake

  Ashley National Forest is a splendid place to explore on a wonderful day, and Henrys Fork Campground is a fine local campground. All the outdoors fun things in the Uinta Mountains will keep you coming back repeatedly. There are plenty of people from Evanston here at Weeping Ledge Lake. Hoop Lake Campground is a splendid campground nearby, and lakes are such calm places, why not take a look at Beaver Lake.
Weeping Ledge Lake is located in the Uinta Mountains.
    A stunning lake like Craig Lake in close proximity to Weeping Ledge Lake is a magnificent spot to go to.
It is very dry here at Weeping Ledge Lake ordinarily.

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These outdoors activities are available near Weeping Ledge Lake.
 Lakes Near Weeping Ledge Lake:
Beaver Lake, Summit County, 2 miles away
Craig Lake, Duchesne County, 3 miles away
Chepeta Lake, Duchesne County, 15 miles away
Lower Red Castle Lake, Summit County, 16 miles away
Red Castle Lake, Summit County, 17 miles away
 Public Lands Near Weeping Ledge Lake:
Ashley National Forest, Utah, 15 miles away
Starvation State Park, Utah, 37 miles away
Fossil Butte National Monument, Kemmerer - WY, 55 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Weeping Ledge Lake:
Henrys Fork Campground, Summit County, 8 miles away
Hoop Lake Campground, Summit County, 10 miles away
Wandin Campground, Duchesne County, 11 miles away
Uinta Canyon Campground, Duchesne County, 12 miles away
 Hotels Near Weeping Ledge Lake:
Comfort Inn Ballard, Ballard, 32 miles away
Americas Best Value Inn, Ballard, 33 miles away
Best Western Plus Landmark Hotel, Ballard, 33 miles away
Little America Hotel, Little America, 46 miles away
Comfort Inn & Suites Vernal, Vernal, 50 miles away
 Whitewater Near Weeping Ledge Lake:
Uinta River, Duchesne County, 12 miles away
      Class I-III - 8.5 miles long (Uinta Valley Campground to Power Plant)
Yellowstone River, Duchesne County, 14 miles away
      Class II - 2 miles long (Swift Creek to Reservoir)

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