Panguitch Lake

Panguitch Lake is located on Scenic Byway 143, 17 miles southwest of Panguitch. This natural lake is filled with native mountain trout, which attracted Native Americans to the area. The lake is named after the Paiute Indian word "Panguitch" which means "big fish". The lake is one of Utah's most popular fishing lakes, with rainbow, brook, cutthroat and German brown trout thriving in its cool waters. The area surrounding the lake is a great place to view wildlife, elk, deer, eagles, mountain lions and variety of smaller animals inhabit the area. Campgrounds and boat ramps are available.

Panguitch Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 400 Panguitch, Utah 84759 (435) 676-8585

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