Current Conditions and Webcam
Utah Lake State Park Webcam is sponsored by the
Utah Water Ski Club.
Day Use: Open
Launch Ramps: Open
Campground: Open April 1- September 20.
$15 per Vehicle
$10 per Vehicle for Utah Seniors 65 & Older
$4 per Person Walk-in
Winter (November – March)
$10 per Vehicle
$4 per Person Walk-in
Restrooms: Visitor Center restrooms and the CXT on the North Jetty will remain open year round.
Reservations can be made up to 4 months prior to your first nights stay. Reservations can be made by visiting ReserveAmerica.com or by calling 1-800-322-3770. The last night of occupancy for the 2021 season will be September 20.
Camping Fees: $40.00 per night (Includes 1 camper/RV and vehicle that towed it. Pull behind vehicle is considered part of RV.)
Extra Vehicle Fee: $30.00 per vehicle per night. Limit 1 Extra Vehicle per site. Vehicle must be able to fit on pavement inside campsite.
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.
Water Level: The lake is 78.19% full. -2.19 Depth to Comp.(FT)
Ice Thickness: None
Quagga Decontamination Station
Closed until May
Boating/Sailing: You must self-decontaminate for Aquatic Invasive Species/Mussels if you have visited Lake Powell, or any body of water outside of the state. You must be dry for 30 days during the winter months, 18 days during the spring/fall, and 7 days during summer. If you have a more complex boat with ballast tanks or inboard/outboard motors with unverified water, etc, then you must wait 30 days to dry or get professionally decontaminated. If you cannot meet these minimum dry times, you may come to the park for a free Professional Decontamination.
For more information on Aquatic Invasive Species, or to take the certification course that gives you a certificate for your vehicle for a year, please visit www.stdofthesea.com.
Visit Central Utah Water Conservancy to learn more about current water levels.
Visit https://www.weather.gov/slc/marine?Utah#tabs-2 for current marine weather conditions.
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