Description - located in Uinta County, about 2 miles north of the Utah-Wyoming State line and 22 miles southwest of Fort Bridger, is a rolled earth and rockfill structure 185 feet above streambed with a crest 3,162 feet long. Recreation management at Meeks Cabin Reservoir is under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Forest Service, Wasatch-Cache National Forest.
- Meeks Cabin Reservoir sits at 8,690-feet, in a timber setting. The lake has a 470-acre surface area. Managed recreation season is June through October with moderate use. Preferred activities include camping, picnicking, and motorized boating. Available species include cutthroat trout and whitefish. All-weather access is over State Rd. 410, then improved gravel Forest Rd. 73. Fees charged. Meeks Cabin Reservoir U.S. Geological Service map covers the area.
Recreation - Recreational activities at Meeks Cabin Reservoir include; biking, boating, camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, picnicking and water sports.
Climate - The climate in Wyoming changes with the topography. Generally the western mountains and basins receive large amounts of precipitation and create a rain shadow for eastern Wyoming. Most of the precipitation occurs during the winter months and falls in the form of snow. Temperatures are cooler in this region than the eastern part of the state, because of the generally higher elevation.
Meeks Cabin Reservoir is situated 30 miles southwest of Mountain View in the southwest corner of Wyoming.