Cedar Springs Marina is the closest boat ramp that you may launch from to get to Jarvies. Jarvies Canyon is the first canyon west and a little north of the marina and is only accessed by boat.
From Vernal, Utah, take U.S. 191 north 42 miles. Turn north onto Forest Road 183 and travel approximately 2 miles to Cedar Springs Marina.
From Manila, Utah, take Highway 44 for 28 miles. Turn left on U.S. 191 and go north for about 4 miles. Turn north onto Forest Road 183 and travel approximately 2 miles to Cedar Springs Marina.
From Rock Springs, Wyoming, take I-80 west toward Green River about 6 miles to the junction with U.S. 191/Flaming Gorge Road. Take U.S. 191 south for 67 miles, passing through Dutch John. Turn north onto Forest Road 183 and travel approximately 2 miles to Cedar Springs Marina.
BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WATER SPORTS, SWIMMING SITE
JARF,FLAMING GORGE,ASHLEY NF – FS,Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
Jarvies Family Boat-In Campground is located on beautiful Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Jarvies Canyon at an elevation of 6,040 feet. Campers must boat-in to the facility, and the nearest boat ramps are located at Cedar Springs and Mustang Ridge Marinas, both 20 minutes across the water.
Boating, water skiing, fishing and swimming are popular activities, all located steps from the campsites. A hiking trail passes through the site as well.
Jarvies offers eight single-family sites, all of which are reservable. Each site has a picnic shelter, table, tent pad and campfire ring with grill. One vault toilet is provided.
A private dock is down a short hill on the shoreline.
The campground is situated among dense stands of juniper and pinyon pine on a hillside overlooking the reservoir. The vegetation offers good privacy between campsites but limited shade. Most sites have partial views of the reservoir and its surrounding red cliffs.
Flaming Gorge Dam offers guided tours of the working hydroelectric plant and the dam, and the adjacent visitor center contains area history exhibits.
The Green River below the dam provides spectacular rafting opportunities. A trip down the river offers unique geology, outlaw history and Native American rock art.