Marjorie Lake Trail

MODERATE 4 reviews
#11 of 67 trails in

Marjorie Lake Trail is a 5.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Kamas, UT that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from June until October. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

5.7 miles 791 feet Out & Back

dog friendly

kid friendly




fly fishing


trail running

horseback riding





wild flowers




The trail is mostly through wooded areas with views of small lakes and ponds. The trail is fairly easy on mostly level terrain that can be rocky in some places.

15 days ago

Really nice area and these are a bit more off the beaten path than some other lakes in the area

1 year ago

Hiked to this lake from the trail that runs run past pot and weir lake. Didn't realize there was another trail to the east. Planning on getting back next year to check on the main trail that shows up only in the Nat-Geo map

fly fishing
1 year ago

This was a great hike. Would have easily taken our three year old, there were only two spots where it got a little steep, but only four about 100 yards each. The fishing at Marjorie is great, with large Brookies and one of the few lakes in the Uintas that holds Arctic Grayling!

1 year ago

Pretty easy trail. It turned out to be great for our first backpacking trip in years. On June 13th there was spotty snow and most of the trail was wet and muddy, but there were less bugs and people than there will be later in the season!