Fishers, campers, and boaters alike feel right at home at Panguitch Lake, 8400 ft. in elevation on the Colorado Plateau. This small mountain town is home to some of the best fishing in Southern Utah throughout the year – whether the temperatures are hot or the lake is frozen over during the coldest winter months, avid fishers find their way to Panguitch. Surrounded by evergreens and tucked away in the rolling mountain hills, this lake provides for mountain scenery and outdoor adventure for the family. For a day on the lake, boats, canoes, and fishing gear are available for rent. For the days to unwind from fishing, ATV, hiking, and horseback riding trails are available nearby as well. Panguitch is in the center of some of the most famous western National Parks, including Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, and the Grand Canyon. The town of Panguitch is about 17 miles from the lake and has grocery stores and other convenient stores available, along with many cafes and restaurants to visit after a day on the lake. For a place that is serene and yet has a sense of adventure, Panguitch Lake is great for any trip or the next place for your vacation home. If you have any questions about Panguitch Lake, feel free to ask us here!