Lake Cleveland is one of Southern Idaho’s most stunning alpine lakes.
The area is managed by the Sawtooth National Forest Service and is located south of Burley. Lake Cleveland sits at an elevation of 8,3000 feet, right below Mt. Harrison in the Ablion Mountain Range. The lake and surrounding campgrounds open to visitors on July 1 each year. The hillsides are great place to see late season wildflowers and is home to the very rare Christ’s Indian Paintbrush flower.
The lake also provides a beautiful place for camping, fishing, hiking and wildlife watching. Non-motorized boating is allowed.