Spring Valley State Park
|Spring Valley State Park|
|Nevada State Park|
|- elevation||5,869 ft (1,789 m) |
|Management||Nevada Division of State Parks|
Spring Valley State Park is a state park of Nevada, USA, adjoining the 65-acre (26.3 ha) Eagle Valley Reservoir. It is located near the eastern border with the state of Utah, 20 miles (32 km) east of the town of Pioche and near the village of Ursine.
The Eagle Valley Dam was built in 1965, creating the Eagle Valley Reservoir for agricultural usage. The area around the reservoir was designated a state park in 1969.
The park offers camping, fishing, a boat launch, picnicking, hiking trails, historic ranch buildings, and a group-use area.