NOTICE: Utah Lake State Park is currently under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions. No open fires of any kind except within established public facilities in improved campgrounds, picnic areas. Visit utahfireinfo.gov for more information. #FireSense makes sense.
Welcome to Utah Lake State Park
Decontaminations are on a first-come-first-served basis. Hours of operation are daily from 10 AM to 5 PM.
Special Use Permits: A Special Use Permit is needed for any commercial activities that take place inside of the State Park. This includes races, tournaments, Professional photography (work for which you are being compensated). Please click here to go to a link for the Special Use Permit application.
Photographers: Please see the Special Use Permit section above.
Drone Use: Due to its proximity to the Provo Airport Utah Lake State Park is a no-fly zone for drones.
Park Information: Known as Utah’s largest freshwater lake at roughly 148 sq. miles, Utah Lake provides a variety of recreation activities. Utah Lake State Park offers fishing access for channel catfish, walleye, white bass, black bass, and several species of panfish. With an average water temperature of 75 degrees, Utah Lake provides an excellent outlet for swimming, boating, and paddleboarding. The RV campground consists of 31 sites, complete with water and power hookups.
All remaining rental slips became available on March 1, 2021, on a first-come-first-served basis. The rental slip season runs from April 1 – October 31. Slip prices vary based on size and range from $550 – $850. Proof of a current Annual State Parks Pass is also required for a rental slip.
Utah Lake State Park does not offer refunds due to weather, bugs, early camping departures, or the amount of time spent inside the park.
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Remember you must self-certify and display your quagga form PRIOR to launching your vessel. If you intend to Clean, Drain, and Dry your vessel, it takes 18 days in the fall to do so. If you have been to Lake Powell or out-state-waters, and if you have a more complex boat with ballast tanks, in/outboard motors with unverified water, etc, then you must wait 30 days to dry or get professionally decontaminated.
For additional information please visit STDoftheSea.com