NOTICE: Hyrum Lake State Park is currently open only to residents of Cache County per Governor Gary R. Herbert’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” DirectiveVisit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information.

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Hyrum Lake State Park

We are currently open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Day use is $10 per vehicle. Please bring cash or check as gate attendant may not be available to accept credit card. Annual passes may be purchased online at stateparks.utah.gov/passes.

Watercrafts that have been in Lake Powell or out of the state in the previous 30 days must be inspected before entering Hyrum Lake. Please contact the visitor center by phone 435.245.6866, to set up a decontamination appointment for your vessel if you have not met the required dry time.

Camp sites must be reserved 2+ days in advance at reserveamerica.com,  To reserve or cancel a campsite over the phone call 800.322.3770

Currently the boat ramp is closed, the courtesy docks have been removed, the restrooms & fish cleaning station are closed; pit toilets are open. Water temperature is in the 30’s. To purchase a fishing license or research fishing success, stocking reports, and invasive mussels visit wildlife.utah.gov/fishing 

Hyrum Lake State Park Rules & Regulations (special area restrictions)

  • Vehicles must display parking permit
  • No littering
  • Vehicles must remain on pavement
  • No Parking on Grass or Beach (not even for a second or just to unload)
  • Pets must be on a maximum 6′ leash and picked up after
  • Fires in designated pits only

Hyrum Marina

  • Day Use Only 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • No single car parking in boat trailer stalls
  • 15 minute maximum at courtesy docks
  • No Fishing or Swimming from courtesy docks
  • No Towing inside Marina

Hyrum Beach 

  • Day Use Only 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • No Trailers or oversize vehicles
  • No Pets
  • No Fires 
  • No Motorized Watercrafts 

Lakeview Campground 

  • Check-in 3 p.m. ~ Check-out 2 p.m. 
  • Quiet hours 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
  • No Swimming Pools, Water Slides, Bounce Houses, Etc.
  • No Plastic Sheeting on Grass
  • No Public Address Systems, Stereos, or Sound Producing Devices
  • No running hoses or extension cords across roads
  • Boat trailers parked in the day use area after hours must display a camping permit (inform Park Staff if you cannot fit your boat trailer in your campsite)

For additional park/boating rules visit stateparks.utah.gov/resources 

Thank you for visiting.