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- 108 S. Highway 20
Ashton, Idaho 83420
- Water Type
Ashton Reservoir, located just north of Ashton along Henry's Fork of the Snake River, provides excellent trout fishing, water skiing, and canoeing. There is a power plant at the dam just west of Ashton and a beautiful ribbon waterfall by this dam. The Reservoir and facilities are maintained by Utah Power and Light Company personnel.
Ashton Reservoir Access Site which is marked by a Sportsman's Access sign at the Highway 20 turnoff covers 50 acres. The Reservoir's body of water covers 400 acres. Fish are planted annually in this reservoir to ensure good fishing. This area provides for picnicking, restrooms, a boat ramp, dock, parking, and fishing. The Ashton Reservoir Boat Dock is used by boats for water skiing, canoeing, fishing and other recreational craft. It is also a popular spot used as an exit point for float trips that begin at Warm River.
Boat dock and river access is open to the public.
- Boating, Swimming
- North of Ashton