Once in Ephraim -
Turn East on 400 South
Turn South on 300 East (you will pass Ephraim Elementary School on 300 South)
Follow Canyon Road as it turns East
Canyon Road turns to gravel (~7 miles to the Great Basin Station)
~ 1 mile Snow College Ropes Course on your right
~ 1.25 miles cross the cattle guard onto Manti La Sal National Forest
~ 3 miles Forest Road 0051 is on your right
~ 5 miles Forest Road 0052 and Lake Hill Campground are on your right
~ 7 miles the Great Basin Station driveway on the right @ the top of the “S” curve
~ 8 miles If you reach Bluebell Flats, you have gone too far
Eight buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Sites (some over 100 years old).
The buildings are rustic, but offer modern conveniences: power, indoor plumbing, a fireplace in each building, living areas for after hours relaxation, and a museum.
Beds for up to 50.
Please be aware and inform your group of the following:
1. Groups over 50 will need to provide portable toilet facilities. Although the Great Basin Station toilet facilities are adequate – the septic system will not accommodate groups over 50 people.
2. The Great Basin Station does not provide linens or bedding – Lodging is dormitory style with bunk beds with twin-sized mattresses.
3. Full-kitchen facilities are available for your use in the Lodge, Plummer House, and South House (the main kitchen), but utensils vary and can be limited.
4. Campfires are only allowed in the two designated fire pits and pending current state fire restrictions.
5. In accordance with the Federal Drug-Free Schools and Community Act, no alcohol, non-prescription, and illegal use of drugs are allowed.
6. In compliance with the Utah Indoor Clean-Air Act, smoking is not allowed within 25 feet of any building. (A $500 cleaning fee will be assessed for each infringement.)
7. No fireworks of any kind are allowed.
8. Discharging firearms at the Great Basin Station is prohibited.
9. Pets are not allowed at the Great Basin Station.
10. No defacing property – this includes carving in trees.
Service Projects -- We have plenty! Let us know if your group would like to do a service project.
Food -- We can put you in touch with an excellent caterer, or you may prepare your own meals in one of our kitchens.
Telephones -- Due to remote location, some cellular providers have spotty signal, while others have no signal.
Beds -- There are beds for up to 50 overnight guests (we have accommodated larger groups if you don't mind bring your own tents or RVs). Lodging is "Dormitory" style. Bedding is not provided.
(Parent or Guardian Signature Required on Youth Waiver)