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Jordanelle Reservoir is a reservoir in Wasatch County, Utah, United States, just north of Heber City. Jordanelle Reservoir is fed and drained primarily by the Provo River, and is impounded by the Jordanelle Dam, an Earthen dam. The construction of the dam resulted in the reroutings of U.S. Route 40 and U.S. Route 189 over the summit of nearby mountains and the submergence of the towns of Keetley and Hailstone.
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Jordanelle SP https://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/jordanelle/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jordanelle_Reservoir Jordanelle Reservoir is a reservoir in Wasatch County, Utah, United States, just north of Heber City. Jordanelle Reservoir is fed and drained primarily by the Provo River, and is impounded by the Jordanelle Dam, an Earthen dam. The construction of the dam resulted in the reroutings of U.S. Route 40 and U.S. Route 189 over the summit of nearby mountains and the submergence of the towns of Keetley and Hailstone.
Jordanelle State Park Trails Ross Creek Trailhead 248 Perimeter Trail Ross Creek Trailhead 15.5 mi. one-way www.stateparks.utah.gov Trailhead Boat ramp Wada Way Wada Way 1.85 mi. Loop Keetley Loop 1.69 mi. Loop 189 J Keetley Loop o 40 1.69 mi. Loop r d eP R d ark O wa ld K e et ley 319 Keetley Campground l e e l a n ll dane Jor y McHenry Campground Campground z " Dogs in the park must be on-leash z No dogs on the beaches of Hailstone or south side of Rock Cliff State Park Water Rocky Top Trail e r v o i r R e s Hailstone Campground Marina 1.85 mi. Loop 4 mi. one-way Perimeter Trail Aqua x Zone 15.5 mi. one-way z Three Rocks Trail 0.5 mi. one-way Rock Cliff Nature Center Rock Cliff Campground Small Boat Ramp North Pr z o vo R i v e r Trail Section Difficulty: Prov 40 r o Riv e 189 Utah State Parks 32 Easy Moderate Difficult Trail Elevation Profile Vertical Exaggeration Perimeter Trail 15.5 mi. one-way 1mi 0mi 2mi 3mi 4mi 5mi 6mi 7mi 8mi 9mi 10mi 11mi 12mi 13mi 14mi 15mi 15.5mi East West Difficult loose rock sections Intersection: Perimeter/Wada Way/Keetley Loop Wada Way 1.85 mi. Loop J Keetley Loop o r 1.69 mi. Loop 1mi 0mi West 0mi West 1.85mi East 1mi • Non-motorized use only • Dogs must be on-leash • Pick up after pets • Pack it in pack it out • No riding on wet trails 1.69mi East d l e e l a n West e r v o i r R e s East South Yield To Rocky Top Trail 4 mi. one-way Perimeter Trail 15.5 mi. one-way Three Rocks Trail 0.5 mi. one-way Trail Section Difficulty: Easy Moderate Difficult East Ranger office: 435-649-9540 In an emergency call 911 North West Trail Courtesy
“Stars can’t shine without darkness.” D.H. Sidebottom, Fragile Truths Your park fees provide for the care, protection, and enhancement of this park. Jordanelle State Park S.R. 319 #515 Box 4, Heber City, UT 84032 Phone: 435-649-9540 Online: stateparks.utah.gov and on Facebook Utah State Parks 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. Jordanelle State Park Protecting natural darkness and starry skies What is Light Pollution? Excessive use of artificial light. Glare – visual discomfort from excessive brightness. Urban sky glow – the brightening of the night sky from artificial light over inhabited areas. Light trespass – light falling where it is not intended, wanted, or needed. Enjoy the Park’s Night Sky “In the ‘shooting’ showers of blazing dust and ice, we have always found beauty.” Paul Bogard, The End of Night: Searching for Natural Darkness in an Age of Artificial Light 99 Test your skills and take a journey through our Solar System Geocache. 99 View stars, distant planets, and other celestial objects. 99 Learn about the preservation and stewardship of dark skies. 99 Visit our website for scheduled Dark Sky events such as star parties. Milky Way over Jordanelle State Park, courtesy of Eric Benedetti Star party photo, courtesy of NPS/Chris Wonderly Owl photo, courtesy of USFWS Mountain-Prarie Orion images, courtesy of GLOBE at Night Utah State Parks Light Courtesy in the Park Poor Unshielded light Enjoy the Benefits of Darker Skies Better Partial light shield Best Full light shield The Milky Way is vanishing from urban neighborhoods, but dark sky friendly choices improve: 99 Night vision and safety. 99 Courtesy between neighbors. 99 Nesting areas for birds. 99 Energy cost and efficiency. 99 Views of the stars. Notice Lights in the Park Belt Belt Orion’s Belt Jordanelle State Park implements money and energy saving lighting choices by using: True Dark Belt Dark Dark sky friendly Belt 99 Fully shielded light fixtures. 99 Lighting only where needed. 99 Motion sensors, solar sensors, and timers. 99 Low wattage LED bulbs. 99 Amber and warm white bulbs. Wildlife at Night An animal’s ability to forage, hunt, migrate, and sleep relies on the rhythm of daylight and natural darkness. True Dark Rural City Can you see the constellation Orion from your home? Set Out to Stargaze Chart your start - Study a star chart before you set out. Choose a celestial object and find out what time it will it be in view. Bring Dark Skies Home Bundle up - Mountain temperatures drop dramatically after sunset. If you would like to take steps to protect your night sky, try following these simple guidelines: Bring out the blankets and pull up a chair Looking straight up can be a pain in the neck. Light only where you need it. Lights out - Switch flashlights off or to red. It takes 15 minutes to develop your night vision to see fainter stars. Shield lights and direct them downward. Sky landmarks - Use the North Star as a landmark to find constellations and objects in the sky. Find it in the sky - Star formations, planets, meteors, and satellites. Light only when you need it. Use the minimum amount of light necessary. Use light bulbs with a color temperature of 3000K or lower. Keep indoor light inside. Close blinds and curtains when lights are on at night.
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