Description - Lost Creek Dam and Reservoir, Weber Basin Project, are on Lost Creek, 12 miles upstream from its confluence with Weber River in an open setting northeast of Croyden, Utah at the 6,000-foot elevation.. Recreation at Lost Creek Reservoir is directly managed by the Bureau of Reclamation. The site has primitive facilities and no on-site manager or law enforcement. Use at your own risk. Improved gravel roads beyond provide access around the reservoir. Francis Canyon and Lost Creek Dam U.S. Geological Service maps cover the area. There is no overnight camping.
- The narrow lake only allows wakeless boating on its 360 surface acres. Fishing is a popular activity at the reservoir and game species include rainbow trout and cutthroat trout. The 360-acre reservoir is situated in an open setting at an elevation of 6,000-feet.
Recreation - Recreational activities offered at Lost Creek Reservoir include; boating, fishing, picnicking, water sports and winter sports.
Climate - The climate of Utah varies with the terrain. Visitors to the mountains will experience cool summer nights and passing storms that can alter a sunny day very quickly. Be prepared with layers when recreating in the mountains.
The deserts and canyons of Utah can be dangerous places. Summer temperatures often reach above 100 degrees F, so be sure to carry water on all adventures. Flash floods in the canyons are also a threat. It is difficult to predict incoming weather when deep within a canyon so check reports before venturing into any narrow canyon areas.
Lost Creek Reservoir is located in central Utah. Site is 10 miles northeast of Croyden, Utah, off I-84.