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Beaver Lake Professional Review and Guide
"Beaver Lake is characterized by timbered shorelines, with shallow water prevailing on the east side of the lake. Excellent campsites are in a large park to the west, and several sources of springwater and horse pasture are in nearby meadows. Brook trout and a few cutthroats inhabit this lake.Beaver Lake is located in the Middle Fork of Beaver Creek Drainage. From Georges Park trailhead, the trail heads west, then turns to the southwest for 5.5 miles to a fork. Stay to left and go another 1.3 miles to the lake. Just southwest of Beaver lies Coffin Lake. Coffin gets its name from its oblong shape and small shelves surrounding the water."
--Jeffrey Probst & Brad Probst, Revised by Brett Prettyman, Hiking Utah's High Uintas (Falcon Guides).
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