Utah Lake State Park
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|Utah Lake State Park|
|Utah State Park|
|- elevation||4,500 ft (1,372 m) |
|Area||308 acres (125 ha) |
|Management||Utah State Parks|
|Visitation||285,359 (2011) |
|IUCN category||V - Protected Landscape/Seascape|
A day-use permit also covers use of boat ramps.
Lakeshore Campground Camping April 1-October 31 Reservations Accepted - April 15-October 15
Stay Limit - 14 Days Total Units - 54 RV Trailer Sites - 54 Maximum RV Length - 40 ft. Tent Sites Group Camping
Back-in spaces can hold a full size RV and pull-through spaces can hold a vehicle plus trailer. Space for one tent is afforded to each spot.
Each campsite includes running water and electricity (Amps unknown). Bring your own wood and charcoal as each site is also equipped with a fire pit with and a BBQ grill. A table and shade are also provided at each site.
The restrooms are clean expect for the native bugs like spiders and mosquitos. Separate facilities are available for each sex. Full plumbing and mirrors are installed. A dump station for RVs is provided near entrance.
The showers are accessible on the outside of the restrooms. There are not separate stalls for each sex. They are large enough to accommodate you and your spouse together. The showers do not require money to operate.
Dumpsters are available for trash.
Wheelchair accessible locations include:
- North jetty—fishing pier
- Campground showers
- Campground restrooms
- Campground roads (asphalt)
- Campground picnic tables (concrete)
- Campground BBQ grill (Concrete)
- Campground Firepit (Concrete)
For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.