The East Fork of the Sevier River Scenic Backway (FR-087) follows the river southward along the western edge of Bryce Canyon National Park to Tropic Reservoir. The high-elevation lake (7,800 feet) is located about seven miles south of the turnoff from Scenic Byway 12. Surrounded by soaring ponderosa pines, red rock formations, and the Pink Cliffs, Tropic Reservoir is a recreational haven for camping, boating, canoeing, and fishing. The reservoir is stocked annually with rainbow trout and occasionally brook trout.
Bryce Canyon Country boasts a number of small creeks and streams that offer abundant fishing in pristine waters surrounded by beautiful and diverse scenery. Trout fishing is at its best here, with both wild and stocked populations of rainbow, brown, cutthroat, and brook. Local outfitters can supply maps and fishing licenses.
Antimony Creek is located just south of the bucolic community of Antimony and Otter Creek State Park.