Rockport

State Park - Utah

Rockport Reservoir, also called Wanship Reservoir, is a reservoir in Summit County, Utah. Rockport Reservoir is just south of the town of Wanship on Utah State Route 32. It is an impoundment on the Weber River, created by Wanship Dam. The reservoir was named for the former town of Rockport, which it completely submerged in the 1950s. The state park is used for fishing, waterskiing, swimming, and boating on Rockport Reservoir. There are eight campgrounds, featuring a total of 36 RV sites, and 86 tent sites. A cross-country skiing trail is available during the winter.

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Rockport SP https://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/rockport/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rockport_Reservoir Rockport Reservoir, also called Wanship Reservoir, is a reservoir in Summit County, Utah. Rockport Reservoir is just south of the town of Wanship on Utah State Route 32. It is an impoundment on the Weber River, created by Wanship Dam. The reservoir was named for the former town of Rockport, which it completely submerged in the 1950s. The state park is used for fishing, waterskiing, swimming, and boating on Rockport Reservoir. There are eight campgrounds, featuring a total of 36 RV sites, and 86 tent sites. A cross-country skiing trail is available during the winter.

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