Utah State Parks Blog

New Camping, Day-Use Fees at Lost Creek State Park

July 6, 2022

CROYDON, Utah —The Utah Division of State Parks is announcing the implementation of day-use and camping fees for areas within the boundaries of Lost Creek State Park. 

Beginning on Monday, July 11, 2022, the Division will implement a $10 day-use fee. Camping is available until construction starts, for a fee of $20. Be advised that space is very limited and no fires of any kind are allowed. Fees can be paid online by scanning the QR code featured on park signage or in-person at the iron ranger stations found at the park entrance. Spots are first-come-first-served and not available for reservations at this time. 

Lost Creek State Park is located roughly 10 miles outside the town of Croydon, Utah, in Morgan County. It’s already a popular place to visit, especially for paddlecraft and fishing enthusiasts. Visitors are asked to remain patient as the area is currently underdeveloped and only primitive camping is available. Please practice responsible recreation. 

While the park is still in the planning process, future visitors can expect modern campgrounds, restrooms, entrances, and trailheads.

The Division has been hard at work planning and preparing Lost Creek State Park for construction. The creation of this new park, along with our expansion and improvement projects, directly benefits communities and economies across Utah. Construction is expected to begin this summer.

For updates on park happenings, events, and current conditions at Lost Creek State Park, visit the park’s website and follow their new official Facebook page

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