Tony Grove Lake

Tony Grove   by Mike Fish   ©Mike Fish (Sep 2010)

*(Late Spring & Summer)  GPS: N41º 3.686’, W111º 33.535’  (There is a $3 parking fee -- cash or check).

Directions:  Go east of Logan on 400 North (US 89) for 19.2 miles.  Turn left at the Tony Grove sign (after miile marker 480) and immediately turn left again and go 7 miles to Tony Grove Lake.

Description:  (Easy walk, recommended for spring and summer, 28.1 miles from downtown Logan)  If short on time, a walk around the lake is suggested, (about one mile). For a really rewarding experience, walk up either the White Pine Lake Trail or the Naomi Peak Trail which leave from the north end of the parking loop. You will want set aside a lot of time for this exciting place. It represents some of the most scenic and accessible habitat in this area.

Birds:  Golden Eagles, Red-tailed Hawks, Sharp-shinned Hawks,  Olive-sided Flycatcher, Western Wood Peewee, Purple Martin,  Mountain Bluebird, Red-breasted Nuthatch, White-breasted Nuthatch, Golden-crowned Kinglets, Lincoln's Sparrow, Brewer's Sparrow, Red Crossbill. (late Summer) lots of Broad-tailed Hummingbirds and possibly Calliope Hummingbird. (Uncommon species) Northern Goshawk, Williamson’s Sapsuckers and American Three-toed Woodpeckers (in trees near the lake).

     eBird Data:   | Tony Grove Rd  |  Cottonwood Canyon Trail  | Tony Grove Lake  |
                         |  White Pine Lake Trail  |  Naomi Peak  |

Tony Grove Lake   by Mike Fish   ©Mike Fish (Sep 2010)


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