Launch Ramp: Conditions at main ramp are good. The south boat ramp is not open. Boat ramp is closed during certain hours of the season; see boat ramp hours for more information.
- Be careful within 150 feet of shore line for submerged trees around reservoir.
Campground: Reservations are always recommended. No more than two vehicles per site no exceptions. The campground can not accommodate multiple camping units per site. Potable water is provided in different areas within the campground. To make a camping reservation please call 1-800-322-3770.
Fires: Fire restrictions ARE in place. NO fires allowed, unless controlled with a switch and has propane. NO FIREWORKS allowed in state parks.
Fishing Conditions: http://wildlife.utah.gov/hotspots/
In the morning and evenings, all fish are more active. When the water is calm and clear, and the sun is on the lower horizon, Trout and Bass are more active. Blue Gills hit throughout the day sitting in the shade and cover. Trout, in the warmer hours are sitting around 40 feet deep and/or in cover. Fish are enjoying power bait and worms.
Boats: Remember to check your boat registration and bow numbers before bringing your boat out. Be sure to have all the necessary safety equipment to avoid a citation.
- Check out paddle boarding at Quail Creek. http://digpaddlesports.com/ or call 435-467-9988. Rent paddle boards, kayaks, water carpets, and so much more right on site.
- Want to try a Jetski? Mad Moose Concessionaire has you covered. To make a reservation call 435-200-9399.
- Fees were increased in April 2018.
- We have relocated on our entrance booth, it is farther south from the old location.
- Pay by envelope at iron-ranger when gate is unattended during winter hours.
Ice is Never 100% Safe! —
Do not judge ice safety on thickness alone. Ice does not form or maintain a uniform thickness. Snow, wind, slush, temperature, and other factors can cause ice thickness and strength to vary greatly, even within inches. Recreate on ice at your own risk and verify ice thickness as you head out. Click here
to learn more ice safety tips.