Location: Cleveland Reservoir also known as Mammoth is located in Emery County, Utah in Fairview Canyon. From the City of Fairview take highway 31 about 19 miles. From the city of Huntington your can take highway 31 about 18 miles to the reservoir. From Scofield Reservoir you can take UT-96 to UT-264 and then to highway 31, for about 36 miles.

Fish Species: Rainbow Trout

Other Info: Cleveland Reservoir was named after president Grover Cleveland. The reservoir was almost renamed Mammoth Reservoir. In 1988 during some construction on the dam, the remains of a mammoth were uncovered. For a while there was even a sign that said Mammoth Reservoir,

Nearby Areas to Fish: Huntington Reservoir is 1.5 miles to the west. Electric Lake is about 2 miles northeast on highway 31. Rolfson Reservoir, Miller Flat Reservoir, Fairview Lakes, Beaver Dam Reservoir, Boulger Reservoir, Camp Mial Shalom (private property), Lower Gooseberry Reservoir, Scofield Reservoir, Huntington North Reservoir, Huntington Game Farm Ponds.