NOTICE: Park open. Visit the Utah State Parks COVID-19 webpage for updated information. Also as a reminder we want to encourage folks to social distance and practice responsible recreation. #ResponsibleRecreation
NOTICE: A algal bloom has been reported at Yuba State Park and is awaiting testing. Please avoid areas of scum, keep pets away, and clean fish well. Visit habs.utah.gov for additional information.
NOTICE: There is currently a fire restriction in place for Juab and Sanpete Counties. These restrictions include:
- No setting, building, maintaining, attending, or using open fires of any kind, except within the facilities designated for them in improved campgrounds, picnic areas or home sites where running water is present. Devices fueled by liquid petroleum are allowed.
- No discharging of fireworks or other pyrotechnic devices outside of incorporated city limits (city specific restrictions may apply).
- No shooting of exploding targets or tracer ammunition.
- No cutting, grinding, or welding of metal in areas of dry vegetation. This includes acetylene torches.
- No use of equipment without a working and properly maintained spark arrestor (if required).
- No smoking near vegetation or outside of a developed recreation site, personal vehicle, or building.
Agency specific restrictions and reference maps are posted on www.utahfireinfo.gov under the Statewide Fire Restrictions link.
Welcome to Yuba State Park
As a way of reminder, with hosting the public and trying to practice good social distancing skills due to Covid-19, you must have a reservation if you wish to camp with us. We will only permit one vehicle to enter per reservation. There is nowhere inside or outside the park for extra vehicles either, please leave them home. We cannot accommodate them.
We understand that everyone wants to get out and recreate and we appreciate your support and business. Please be respectful of others for your safety and theirs.
We cannot accommodate the masses as we have in the past. We will do our best to find a place for day users, but camping especially on the weekends won’t be permitted without a reservation. This goes for the beaches as well. Only one vehicle will be allowed per reservation. Thank you for your understanding. Also showers are for Oasis campground visitors only. Campers from the beaches will not be allowed to use the showers at Oasis.
The park is open for the season. Boat docks have been placed on the water. Buoys are in the water, though hazards always exist. Boat at your own risk. Water is on in the campgrounds and the flush bathrooms and showers are on in the Oasis campground. Remember every vehicle that shows up must have a separate reservation to camp with us or they will be turned away.
Camping reservations for the North and West Beaches will now be combined to be called “North Beaches”. When make a reservation in the future for the “North Beaches” area, upon arrival you will be allowed to chose your camping area based upon space available. We will only permit one vehicle per reservation.
Camping, beaches, and warm waters lure visitors to Yuba Reservoir. Developed and primitive camping is available at Oasis and Painted Rocks campgrounds and at designated beach areas. Anglers may fish for northern pike, tiger muskie, walleye, yellow perch, wiper, trout and catfish year-round.
Please remember all fees apply, even if the entrance station isn’t staffed. Please use the self-pay envelope system at each entrance station upon arrival. We will only permit one vehicle per reservation.
For cabin and campsite reservations contact Reserve America: reserveamerica.com or (800) 322-3770
The Docks at Yuba, our park concessionaire, is open for the season. You can reach them at yubadocks.com or call 435-219-8507 for equipment rentals.
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