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Wasatch-Cashe N.F. Brigham City re at 43 Sa Weber lt La ke Davis 24 Salt Lake Tooele 25 ah 13 Wasatch Duchesne iv n Uintah ee Juab Gr 35 15 Ashley N.F. Uinta N.F. Nephi Price Manti-La Sal N.F. Carbon 44 Volunteers improve, protect, and preserve Utah State Parks. Individuals and couples may serve as camp hosts, greeters, educators, and interpreters. Families, service groups, and clubs are needed for fun and important projects. For volunteer opportunities call 801-538-7220 or email parksvolunteer@utah.gov. Delta 22 29 Fish Lake N.F. 27 Manti Gunnison 38 Millard Castle Dale 19 Grand Emery Green River 70 Richfield Sevier 14 Utah State Parks administers Utah’s boating program, including education, user compliance, accident investigation, and search and rescue. Utah law requires children under 13 years old to wear lifejackets when on a boat. Know the laws and navigation rules, and carry all required and suggested safety equipment. Sanpete Manti-La Sal N.F. Fillmore BOATING Arches N.P. 16 6 15 Beaver Beaver Fish Lake N.F.Junction 28 Capitol Reef N.P. Loa Wayne Hanksville Canyonlands N.P. Piute OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES Dixie N.F. Cedar Breaks N.M. Cedar City Bryce Canyon N.P. 36 Washington St. George do Ri er Manti-La Sal N.F. ra Co lo Monticello 10 Garfield 26 Boulder Natural Bridges N.R.A. Blanding Arches N.P. San Juan Glen Canyon N.R.A. 31 Zion N.P. Hurricane 34 17 Grand Staircase-Escalante N.M. Kane 5 La 20 11 Panguitch Parowan v 1 Dixie N.F. 15 Moab 30 Milford Iron Dinosaur N.M. 40 Uinta N.F. Utah Ut 37 Vernal Orem Provo 32 Wasatch-Cashe N.F. 7 Payson VOLUNTEERING ke Po w e l l Kanab UTAH STATE PARKS FIELD GUIDE STATEPARKS.UTAH.GOV CONTACT Utah State Parks and Recreation Administrative Office 1594 W. North Temple, Suite 116 P.O. Box 146001 Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-6001 801-538-7220 stateparks.utah.gov parkcomment@utah.gov FOR RESERVATIONS CALL: 801-322-3770 or toll-free 800-322-3770 OUR MISSION To enhance the quality of life by preserving and providing natural, cultural, and recreational resources for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations. YOUR PARK FEES PROVIDE FOR THE CARE, PROTECTION, AND ENHANCEMENT OF STATE PARKS. Photos: Utah State Parks and Recreation Information contained in this brochure was accurate at the time of printing. Policies, facilities, fees, hours and regulations, etc. change as mandated. For updated information, please contact the park or visit our website at stateparks.utah.gov. The Utah Department of Natural Resources receives federal aid and prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability. For information or complaints regarding discrimination, contact: Executive Director, Utah Department of Natural Resources, P.O. Box 145610, Salt Lake City, UT 84114-5610 or Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1801 L Street, NW, Washington DC 20507-001. 03/19 Daggett Ashley N.F. Duchesne 42 41 Wasatch N.F. Utah State Parks is committed to accessibility in our programs, services, events, and facilities. For information about accessibility call 801-538-7220. Accessible campsites can be reserved online at utahstateparks.reserveamerica.com or by calling 1-800-322-3770. Stroll the boardwalks of Rock Cliff at Jordanelle, hike the trail of Sleeping Rainbows at Escalante Petrified Forest, and ride through lava flows at Snow Canyon. Explore state parks on foot, bike, or horseback. Always wear sturdy shoes and layered clothing, and carry water, sunscreen, and a first-aid kit. 33 Flaming Gorge N.R.A. Manila Summit Coalville Heber City 4 80 21 Salt Lake City Park City Lake Tooele 12 9 8 Morgan 39 80 ACCESSIBILITY TRAILS, HIKING, BIKING, AND HORSEBACK RIDING 84 Farmington 18 Wasatch-Cashe N.F. Morgan Ogden 2 Wendover The Heritage Program helps protect, preserve, research, and interpret our unique cultural and natural history resources for the enjoyment and education of all. We have Pony Express stops, dinosaur skeletons, and everything in between. Come travel back in time with us at our seven museums and many historical and paleontological areas. Rich er G To see what park passes are available and the qualifications for each pass, please visit stateparks.utah.gov/passes. Utah State Parks administers summer and winter off-highway vehicle (OHV) programs, including education, trail maintenance, grant programs, user compliance, accident investigations, and search and rescue. Always wear a helmet! (Helmets are required for riders 17 and under by Utah state law.) Operators ages 8–15 must possess an OHV education certificate. For more information, visit ohv.utah.gov. Utah State Parks Rainbow Bridge N.M. Hovenweep N.M. Bluff 41 42 43 44 UTAH STATE PARKS: SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE! Explore the history and beauty of Utah’s state parks. Venture back in time through discovery of artifacts and remnants of the past. Journey along meandering trails and waterways, or embrace the challenge of lush fairways and greens. Marvel at geologic wonders sculpted over time, or view the night sky from a secluded campsite. Preserve and protect these discoveries for future generations to enjoy. 3. Bear Lake F-V C-G   P-F  R-S 4. Camp Floyd Stagecoach Inn Museum  F  R  R-S   F-V C-G   P  R-S 6. Dead Horse Point F-V C   P  R-S 7. Deer Creek F C-G   P-F  R-S 8. East Canyon F C-G   F C-G    R   R 9. Echo 10. Edge of the Cedars F-V 11. Escalante Petrified Forest F 12. Flight Park F 13. Fred Hayes at Starvation C-G Y H-B H  B-F H-B Z  R-S C-Y B-F H-B B-F H-B   P-F  R-S B-F H-B R F C-G   P-F  R-S C 14. Fremont Indian F-V C-G   F T 15. Frontier Homestead F-V   R  R 16. Goblin Valley F C-G    R-S 17. Goosenecks F C-G   R F-V C-G   P-F  R 19. Green River F C-G   20. Gunlock F C-G 22. Huntington F C-G   P-F  R-S 23. Hyrum F C-G   24. Jordan River OHV F 18. Great Salt Lake H-B B-F H-B  R 5. Coral Pink Sand Dunes P B C P  R-S  21. Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail B-F H-B  F Y P H-B C R  R-S  B-F H-B  H-B B-F H-B C B-F H-B B-F H-B  F-V C-G   P-F  R-S C 26. Kodachrome Basin C F-V C-G   P-F  R-S 27. Millsite F C   P-F  R-S B-F  28. Otter Creek F C-G   P B-F  29. Palisade F C-G   P-F  R-S C-Y B-F H-B  30. Piute F C  R-S R   R-S H-B B-F 31. Quail Creek F C   32. Red Fleet F C   P-F  33. Rockport F C-G   P-F  R-S C-Y B-F F-V C-G   P-F  R-S 35. Scofield 36. Snow Canyon 37. Steinaker 38. Territorial Statehouse 39. This Is The Place R F C-G   P-F  F-V C-G   P-F  R-S R F C-G   P-F  R F-V    R F    R 40. Utah Field House of Natural History F-V 41. Utah Lake F-V C-G   P-F  R-S 42. Wasatch Mountain F-V C-G   P-F  R-S -Soldier Hollow Venue at Wasatch Mtn G B-F H-B R   A  H-B  R  H B 25. Jordanelle + Rockcliff Nature Center 34. Sand Hollow Golf / Zipline / Archery   Off-Highway Vehicles C-G Restrooms / Showers F-V Cabins / Yurts / Teepees Hookups—Partial / Full F-V 2. Antelope Island Water 1. Anasazi Hiking / Biking Randolph N.H.S. Box Elder State Parks Rivers State Capitol Lakes Cities Interstate Highway North U.S. Highway State Highway Other Roads PARK AMENITIES Boating / Fishing Golden Spike PARK PASSES HERITAGE 23 # Anasazi Antelope Island Bear Lake Camp Floyd Coral Pink Sand Dunes Dead Horse Point Deer Creek East Canyon Echo Edge of the Cedars Escalante Petrified Forest Flight Park Fred Hayes at Starvation Fremont Indian Frontier Homestead Goblin Valley Goosenecks Great Salt Lake Green River Gunlock Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail Huntington Hyrum Jordan River OHV Jordanelle Kodachrome Basin Millsite Otter Creek Palisade Piute Quail Creek Red Fleet Rockport Sand Hollow Scofield Snow Canyon Steinaker Territorial Statehouse This Is The Place Utah Field House of Natural History Utah Lake Wasatch Mountain Willard Bay Yuba Picnicking Logan Reservations are always recommended. Individual campsite reservations may be made up to four months in advance and no fewer than two days before desired arrival date. Up to three individual campsite reservations per customer are permitted at most state parks. 3 Cache 84 R Secure a campsite, pavilion, group area, or boat slip in advance by calling 800-322-3770 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or visit stateparks.utah.gov. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 RV Sites RESERVATIONS Camping / Group Camping UTAH STATE PARK LOCATIONS Utah State Parks are open every day except for Thanksgiving and Christmas. For individual park hours visit our website stateparks.utah.gov. Fee Req. / Visitor Center PLAN YOUR TRIP G  B-F H-B T B-F H-B H A B-F H-B  T B-F  H-B C B-F H  R F   B-F H-B C R F H-B  G H-B G A 43. Willard Bay F C-G   P-F  R-S C B-F H-B 44. Yuba F C-G   P-F  R-S C B-F H-B  Z-A 1. ANASAZI STATE PARK MUSEUM 460 N HIGHWAY 12 BOULDER, UT 84716 435-335-7308 11. ESCALANTE PETRIFIED FOREST STATE PARK 710 N RESERVOIR ROAD ESCALANTE, UT 84726 435-826-4466 Explore one of the largest Ancestral Puebloan archeological sites west of the Colorado River. Discover a portion of the original 1960s archeological excavation and tour a life-size six-room replica of an ancient dwelling. Inside the museum, view artifacts excavated from this site, along with contemporary exhibits describing the life of the people who lived here. Camp along the shores of Wide Hollow Reservoir, or rent a paddleboard or kayak to traverse its clear waters. Hike a moderate-to-strenuous trail through the petrified forest, but remember to take only photographs. Some say the petrified wood is haunted and removing a piece brings the taker nothing but bad luck. 2. Flight Park is known worldwide as one of the best training sites for both paragliding and hang gliding. Each year approximately 700 pilots enjoy consistent morning and evening winds. ANTELOPE ISLAND STATE PARK 4528 W 1700 S SYRACUSE, UT 84075 801-773-2941 This serene island on the Great Salt Lake is home to one of the largest free-roaming bison herds in the nation. Other wildlife include pronghorn antelope, deer, and a wide variety of birds. Discover spectacular sunsets and breathtaking views of the lake with 50 miles of hiking, biking, and equestrian trails. A visitor center and gift shop offer great educational resources and that perfect souvenir. Explore Fielding Garr Ranch, site of the longest continually inhabited home in Utah. Antelope Island is a certified International Dark Sky Park. Causeway fee not included with the Utah State Park pass. 3. BEAR LAKE STATE PARK 940 N BEAR LAKE BOULEVARD GARDEN CITY, UT 84028 435-946-3343 Welcome to “the Caribbean of the Rockies.” Sunlight reflected off of minerals suspended in the waters of Bear Lake creates its spectacular aqua-blue color. Brilliant, clear, cool water and sandy beaches lure visitors to boat, swim, fish, camp, and play. Three distinct management areas provide a variety of amenities for day and overnight use. Come visit us at the Bear Lake Marina, Rendezvous Beach, or at one of the Eastside areas of Cisco Beach, Rainbow Cove, South Eden, North Eden, and First Point. 4. CAMP FLOYD STATE PARK MUSEUM 18035 W 1540 N FAIRFIELD, UT 84013 12. FLIGHT PARK STATE RECREATION AREA 121100 N EAST FRONTAGE ROAD DRAPER, UT 84020 801-533-5127 13. FRED HAYES STATE PARK AT STARVATION OLD HIGHWAY 40 DUCHESNE, UT 84021 435-738-2326 The sprawling waters of Starvation Reservoir offer great fishing and boating. Enjoy sandy beaches and a grassy day-use area for picnics and volleyball. Beach and Mountain View campgrounds are developed. Primitive shoreline camping is available at Indian Bay, Rabbit Gulch, Juniper Point, and Knight Hollow campgrounds. Off-highway vehicles are allowed at the Knight Hollow Campground and riding area. 14. FREMONT INDIAN STATE PARK MUSEUM 3820 W CLEAR CREEK CANYON ROAD SEVIER, UT 84766 435-527-4631 Discover artifacts, petroglyphs, and pictographs left behind by the Fremont Indians. Construction of Interstate 70 uncovered a large Fremont Indian village. This museum preserves treasures from the site, including pottery, baskets, and arrowheads. Enjoy many hands-on activities at the museum, hike the trails, and spend the night at our campgrounds (full hookups available). 801-768-8932 15. FRONTIER HOMESTEAD STATE PARK MUSEUM 435-586-9290 635 N MAIN STREET CEDAR CITY, UT 84721 Experience the history of Camp Floyd at this nationally important historic site. Imagine 3,500 troops housed here in 1858 to suppress a rumored Mormon rebellion. View exhibits, artifacts, and historic structures from the camp. Attend special events throughout the year, including history camps, Pony Express exchanges, a Civil War encampment, and school programs. Relive the pioneer and early industrial history of Cedar City, Iron County, and southwest Utah through an extensive horse-drawn wagon collection, historic buildings, Native Heritage Exhibit, sawmill, and replica blast furnace. Enjoy many hands-on activities and interpretive programs throughout the year, including the Frontier Folk Festival and Christmas at the Homestead. 5. 16. GOBLIN VALLEY STATE PARK 18630 GOBLIN VALLEY ROAD GREEN RIVER, UT 84525 CORAL PINK SAND DUNES STATE PARK 12500 SAND DUNE ROAD KANAB, UT 84741 435-648-2800 Venture onto a shifting sea of coral-colored sand. Changed by winds, these dunes can move as much as 50 feet per year. The park is a popular destination for ATV riders, but is managed for multiple uses. Other activities include photography, hiking, riding sand boards and sand sleds, and just playing in the sand. The dunes offer adventures for all. 6. DEAD HORSE POINT STATE PARK STATE ROUTE 313 MOAB, UT 84532 435-259-2614 From 2,000 feet above, this desert mesa overlooks pinnacles and buttes carved by the Colorado River. Hike seven miles of trails, or mountain bike 17 miles of singletrack and experience the breathtaking canyon views. Spend the night in the campground or in a yurt, and see the Milky Way at this certified International Dark Sky Park. 7. DEER CREEK STATE PARK MILE MARKER 19 US 189 WALLSBURG, UT 84082 435-654-0171 Roughly 15 miles from the Wasatch front, in full view of the spectacular Mount Timpanogos, rests beautiful Deer Creek State Park. Deer Creek is home to a wide variety of water recreation activities such as water skiing, fishing, boating, swimming, canoeing, and windsurfing, and is close to OHV trails. Camp in full-hookup RV sites or tent sites. Fish from the shores next to day-use pavilions that include grills. Large group sites can be reserved. 8. EAST CANYON STATE PARK 5535 S HIGHWAY 66 MORGAN, UT 84050 801-829-6866 Tucked away in the mountains of northeastern Utah, East Canyon Reservoir is a popular destination for boating, fishing, and camping. Stay in one of four yurts year-round to enjoy the outdoors with a few comforts of home. East Canyon also holds a bit of history. Explore the nearby Mormon Pioneer Trail, the route taken by the Donner-Reed and Mormon pioneer parties as they traveled west in the mid-1800s. 9. ECHO STATE PARK 2115 ECHO DAM ROAD COALVILLE, UT 84017 435-336-9894 Conveniently located in northeastern Utah, Echo State Park offers year-round recreation for visitors. After enjoying a day on the lake boating or fishing, spend the night in the campground talking around the fire. In the winter months, Echo State Park is a popular ice fishing destination. No matter the season, Echo State Park provides great recreational experiences for visitors. 10. EDGE OF THE CEDARS STATE PARK MUSEUM 660 W 400 N BLANDING, UT 84511 View the largest collection of Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) pottery on display in the Four Corners region and explore an authentic Puebloan village behind the museum. In addition to permanent collections, Edge of the Cedars offers special exhibits, festivals, and events throughout the year. 435-678-2238 435-275-4584 Journey to this strange and colorful valley unlike any other in Utah. The landscape, covered with sandstone “goblins,” is often compared to Mars. Explore the geology and hike among the formations. Goblin Valley is a certified International Dark Sky Park. 17. GOOSENECKS STATE PARK HIGHWAY 316 MEXICAN HAT, UT 84531 435-678-3348 801-250-1898 Great Salt Lake is two to eight times saltier than the ocean and an important habitat for millions of migratory birds. Enjoy birdwatching at this state marina, which provides boats, slips, and public viewing. The marina offers both sail and motorboat access, a visitor center with educational displays, and camping. Great Salt Lake State Park also has boat rentals and tours. 19. GREEN RIVER STATE PARK 130 S FAIRWAY DRIVE GREEN RIVER, UT 84525 435-245-6866 Box elder and maple trees surround Hyrum Reservoir, providing shade as well as habitat for waterfowl and wildlife. During the day, find a spot on the beach to cast a fishing line or relax with a good book. Enjoy the cozy campground with family and friends at night. 24. JORDAN RIVER OHV STATE RECREATION AREA 2800 N ROSE PARK LANE SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84116 PARK 435-564-3633 GOLF 435-564-8882 25. JORDANELLE STATE PARK MARINA OFF US 40, EXIT 8 HEBER CITY, UT 84032 26. KODACHROME BASIN STATE PARK 105 S PARIA LANE CANNONVILLE, UT 84718 28. OTTER CREEK STATE PARK 400 E STATE ROUTE 22 ANTIMONY, UT 84712 Weaving its way from Park City to Echo Reservoir, this 28-mile, non-motorized trail provides a close-up view of area wildlife and wildflowers. Explore the trail on foot, mountain bike, skis, or horseback. 22. HUNTINGTON STATE PARK 1385 W MORELAND ROAD HUNTINGTON, UT 84528 435-687-2491 Cinnamon-colored buttes provide a backdrop for this quiet desert oasis. Popular with locals, this warm-water reservoir is ideal for waterskiing, fishing, and catching crawdads. Huntington is a great weekend destination or a perfect picnic spot. PARK 435-835-7275 GOLF 435-835-4653 Play 18 holes of golf, paddle or fish on Palisade Reservoir, then set up the perfect campsite. This park offers something for everyone, from its canyon golf course, deluxe cabins, RV hookups and tent camping, to off-highway vehicle access in nearby Six-Mile Canyon. 30. PIUTE STATE PARK PIUTE ACCESS ROAD OFF HIGHWAY 89 JUNCTION, UT 84740 435-624-3268 435-879-2378 Tucked away in southwestern Utah’s red rocks, Quail Creek Reservoir has ideal weather and some of the best fishing in the state, making it a favorite destination for locals. Warm, clear waters welcome boaters, campers, and anglers. A wheelchair-accessible fishing platform provides a waterside experience for visitors. 32. RED FLEET STATE PARK 8750 N HIGHWAY 191 VERNAL, UT 84078 435-789-4432 435-336-2241 Find first-rate, year-round recreation at this northern Utah destination. During summer, fish, boat, or waterski on Rockport Reservoir, and encounter wildlife on trail hikes. Camp in a tent, yurt, RV, or boat-in site at one of several developed and primitive campgrounds. During winter, ice fish, cross-country ski, and access nearby snowmobile trails. Note: Yurts are operated by a concessionaire. 34. SAND HOLLOW STATE PARK 3351 S SAND HOLLOW ROAD HURRICANE, UT 84737 Camp, boat, and fish at this year-round recreation destination situated high in the Manti-LaSal Mountains. During winter, ice fish, snowmobile, and cross-country ski in a spectacular mountain setting. Three separate areas offer amenities for day and overnight use. 435-628-2255 Explore the trails and dunes of beautiful Snow Canyon on foot, bike, and horseback. Camp in the peaceful campground surrounded by ancient lava flows and red Navajo sandstone. Discover the secrets of the desert landscape through seasonal nature programs. 37. STEINAKER STATE PARK 4335 N HIGHWAY 191 VERNAL, UT 84078 435-789-4432 38. TERRITORIAL STATEHOUSE STATE PARK MUSEUM 50 W CAPITOL AVENUE FILLMORE, UT 84631 435-743-5316 Explore Utah’s early history in its oldest existing governmental building. The Statehouse is actually the south wing of a much larger building that was never completed and now offers exhibits revealing the story of Utah’s territorial period. 39. THIS IS THE PLACE HERITAGE PARK 2601 SUNNYSIDE AVENUE SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84108 801-582-1847 Journey back in time at Old Deseret Village, a collection of more than 40 historical homes and buildings brought to life by historical interpreters. Visit This Is The Place Monument, which marks the end of the 1,300-mile Mormon Trail. This is The Place Foundation, a nonprofit organization, manages the park. State Park passes are not accepted here. 40. UTAH FIELD HOUSE OF NATURAL HISTORY STATE PARK MUSEUM 496 E MAIN STREET VERNAL, UT 84078 435-789-3799 Discover the prehistoric world of fossils and explore the dinosaur garden. Within an 80-mile radius of Vernal, evidence of one billion years of Earth’s history is visible. Utah Field House reveals this geologic story with hands-on exhibits and activities. 41. UTAH LAKE STATE PARK 4400 W CENTER STREET PROVO, UT 84601 Resting on the cliffs of the Sevier Plateau, Piute Reservoir attracts anglers who cast lines for trophy rainbow, cutthroat, and brown trout. Enjoy shoreline camping and access to the Paiute ATV Trail. This primitive park is a quiet getaway and a well-kept secret. 33. ROCKPORT STATE PARK 9040 N HIGHWAY 302 PEOA, UT 84061 435-649-6839 435-624-3268 This quiet getaway is a great destination for ATV riders, boaters, and birders. Access three ATV trails, including the Paiute, directly from the park. Lure a record catch from Otter Creek Reservoir or spend an evening with friends and family at the group pavilion. Go birding during spring and fall as many bird species pass through the park on their journey along the Pacific Migratory Bird Flyway. 20. GUNLOCK STATE PARK GUNLOCK DRIVE GUNLOCK, UT 84733 21. HISTORIC UNION PACIFIC RAIL TRAIL STATE PARK PO BOX 754 PARK CITY, 84060 SUMMER 435-384-2552 WINTER 435-687-2491 Camp in the quiet campground, and boat and fish on the blue waters of Millsite Reservoir. Golf on a nearby municipal course or bring off-highway vehicles and mountain bikes to enjoy miles of trails in Ferron Canyon. Enjoy the red rock walls and beaches, and rent paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes. Join us for the annual Paddlefest in the third week of June. Hike to 200-million–year-old-dinosaur tracks, have a picnic, or camp in one of 38 campsites. Boat, swim, or fish the tranquil waters of Gunlock Reservoir, or enjoy a peaceful spot along the shoreline. Located in southwestern Utah, Gunlock is open to water recreation and camping year-round. 435-679-8562 Sixty-seven large stone spires called sedimentary pipes accentuate 180 million years of sandstone layers. The color and beauty here prompted a 1948 National Geographic Society expedition team to name the area Kodachrome after the popular color film. 31. QUAIL CREEK STATE PARK 472 N 5300 W HURRICANE, UT 84737 SUMMER 435-448-9449 WINTER 435-687-2491 Fish for rainbow trout, largemouth bass, and bluegill on the vast waters of Steinaker Reservoir. Enjoy sandy beaches, swimming, boating, and waterskiing, and then stay in a campsite (hookups available) under the starry skies of Dinosaurland. Above the beautiful Heber Valley and along the shores of Jordanelle Reservoir are three distinct recreation areas. Hailstone, Rock Cliff, and Ross Creek offer a variety of recreation opportunities. Spend a day picnicking, camping, or boating. 27. MILLSITE STATE PARK FERRON CANYON ROAD FERRON, UT 84523 35. SCOFIELD STATE PARK STATE ROUTE 96 OFF US 6 SCOFIELD, UT 84526 36. SNOW CANYON STATE PARK 1002 SNOW CANYON DRIVE IVINS, UT 84738 HAILSTONE 435-649-9540 ROCK CLIFF 435-782-3030 Rest under a canopy of cottonwood trees or accept the challenge of a nine-hole golf course on the banks of the Green River. The park is a starting point for boaters adventuring through Labyrinth and Stillwater canyons. Annual events include golf and disc golf tournaments. Be sure to join us for the annual Melon Days Festival the third weekend in September. 435-627-0293 801-533-5425 Open from early spring to late fall, this area provides opportunities for riders of all abilities. Facilities include advanced and novice motocross tracks, a beginner area, spectator viewing, and a 3-mile loop trail parallel to the Jordan River. A grassy area with picnic tables and shade trees is available. State Park pass is no longer accepted. 29. PALISADE STATE PARK 2200 E PALISADE ROAD STERLING, UT 84665 Gaze at the results of 300 million years of erosion where the San Juan River winds and carves its way through the desert 1,000 feet below. This park offers a spectacular view of an amazing and rare geologic formation known as an entrenched meander. This is an undeveloped area with very limited facilities. No water is available. 18. GREAT SALT LAKE STATE PARK MARINA OFF I-80, EXIT 104 MAGNA, UT 84044 23. HYRUM STATE PARK 405 W 300 S HYRUM, UT 84319 435-680-0715 With ideal weather and a sport for every season, Sand Hollow has something for everyone. Primitive and full-service campsites are available. Reservations recommended! Ride 16,000 acres of open sand, trails, and rock crawling on Sand Mountain, or launch from one of two boat ramps. Visit the underwater dive park and explore hidden treasures. Boat and OHV rentals, dive equipment, and tank fill available on site, along with a store and restaurant. 801-375-0731 Utah’s largest freshwater lake provides fishing access for channel catfish, walleye, white bass, black bass, and several species of panfish. Spend an evening RV or tent camping, then powerboat, canoe, or sail the day away on Utah Lake. 42. WASATCH MOUNTAIN STATE PARK PARK 435-654-1791 1281 WARM SPRINGS DRIVE MIDWAY, UT 84049 GOLF 435-654-0532 CAMPGROUND 435-654-3961 Year-round adventure awaits. Golf, hike, bike, camp, horseback ride, snowmobile, crosscountry ski, and snowshoe at the 23,000-acre Wasatch Mountain State Park. During warmer months reserve a tee time at the popular Lake, Mountain, Silver, or Gold golf courses. In winter, ski, snowshoe, or snowmobile through the alpine terrain. SOLDIER HOLLOW VENUE AT WASATCH MOUNTAIN STATE PARK 2002 OLYMPIC DRIVE MIDWAY, UT 84049 435-654-2002 GOLF 435-654-7442 Discover Soldier Hollow at the southern end of Wasatch Mountain State Park. Hike, bike, ski, or snowshoe the 33-kilometer 2002 Olympic Winter Games course year-round. Go tubing on the West’s longest lift-served tubing hill. Biathlon activities, races, and special events are scheduled throughout the year. 43. WILLARD BAY STATE PARK 900 W 650 N #A WILLARD, UT 84340 435-734-9494 Enjoy swimming from sandy beaches, fishing, boating on 10,000 surface acres of water, and birding along campground trails. Spend the day or stay a weekend at North or South marinas. Both offer launch ramps, campgrounds, and picnic areas. During winter months, Willard Bay is home to nesting eagles and hosts an annual Christmas holiday light show. 44. YUBA STATE PARK 1225 S YUBA DAM ROAD LEVAN, UT 84639 435-758-2611 Sandy beaches, off-highway vehicle riding, ziplining, boating, a park store with food and rentals, and warm waters lure visitors to Yuba State Park. The reservoir is one of the largest in the state. Developed camping, cabins, and primitive camping are available in campgrounds and designated beach areas. Anglers can fish for the biggest northern pike in the state, walleye, yellow perch, bass, and channel catfish year-round.

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