Welcome to East Canyon State Park

Nestled amidst the serene mountains of northeastern Utah, East Canyon State Park stands as a cherished haven for enthusiasts of boating, fishing, and camping, all while exuding a rich historical charm. Beyond its recreational allure, this reservoir holds within its depths a tapestry of stories from the past. Embark on a journey through time by exploring the adjacent Mormon Pioneer Trail – a path once traversed by determined Mormons who embarked on an arduous voyage spanning over 1,300 miles, venturing from the plains of Illinois to the promising landscapes of Utah’s embrace.

Camping facilities ranging from RV hookups to primitive tent sites allow visitors to extend their stay and immerse themselves fully in the park’s tranquility. The campground offers a chance to experience nature up close, with campfire stories under starlit skies—a particularly enchanting experience thanks to the park’s International Dark Sky certification.

East Canyon State Park is not just a haven for outdoor activities; it’s a place to unwind, reconnect with nature, and appreciate the wonders of the great outdoors. Whether seeking adventure, relaxation, or a chance to stargaze, this picturesque park offers an unforgettable experience for all who wander its trails and embrace its natural allure.

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Reservations required for boat decontamination. Walk-in appointments are not available. Please call  801-829-6866 for more information.