Jordanelle State Park

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Hailstone Recreation Area is the premier development of Jordanelle State Park, and is designed to accommodate active recreational pursuits. Camp, fish, wakeboard, waterski, canoe or motorboat along the beautiful waters of Jordanelle Reservoir.  Accommodations at Hailstone include 8-lane boat ramp, personal watercraft ramp, dry storage, wet slips, full service marina store and pro shop, picnic areas (cabanas), modern restrooms and showers, RV and tent campgrounds, reception center, group day use pavilions, and one group overnight pavilion.

Explore Rock Cliff Recreation Area located on the eastern shore of Jordanelle Reservoir. Nestled in the tall cottonwoods of the Upper Provo River, Rock Cliff offers visitors the opportunity to experience nature on a very intimate level. Elevated boardwalks and interpretive trails guide visitors across wetlands and rivers.  Accommodations at Rock Cliff include a small boat ramp, access to the non-motorized Perimeter Trail, Three Rocks Trail, walk-in campgrounds, group use pavilion, fish cleaning station, river and reservoir access, and a Nature Center (open Friday-Mondays, 10am-6pm, Memorial Day through Labor Day).

Bird watchers, photographers, and other nature enthusiasts come from around the nation to view the more than 200 different forms of bird and mammal life, which call Rock Cliff home.

On any given day, visitors to this one-of-a-kind state park facility may see majestic golden eagles, redtail hawks, hummingbirds, mule deer, elk, or moose along the Upper Provo River within Rock Cliff. In the evenings, fall asleep listening to the sounds of rushing water, playful raccoons, or the hooting of a great horned owl.

On the far north end of the park is Ross Creek.  Ross Creek Trailhead provides parking, a vault restroom, hitching posts, and non-motorized day use access to Jordanelle Reservoir and the Perimeter Trail.  The Perimeter Trail allows hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians and other non-motorized users the opportunity to explore the other side of Jordanelle.

DOGS:  Dogs are allowed in certain areas.  Dogs must be on a leash at all times, picked up after and never left alone.  Dogs are NOT allowed in the beach area below the cabanas or in or around the cabins.  At Rock Cliff, dogs are NOT allowed south of the parking lots.  OK on the Perimeter Trail and 3 Rocks Trail.

Drone use is allowed inside the park with a permit. Please visit the park office for more information and to apply for a permit. Commercial use of a drone is prohibited without a Special Use Permit that may be obtained through the park manager.

 

Opened to the public as a state park in 1995
Park Elevation: 6,166 feet