Bullfrog, Utah

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Bullfrog Basin Marina
Unincorporated community
Bullfrog Basin Marina is located in Utah
Bullfrog Basin Marina
Bullfrog Basin Marina
Location within the state of Utah
Coordinates: 37°30′58″N 110°43′43″W / 37.51611°N 110.72861°W / 37.51611; -110.72861Coordinates: 37°30′58″N 110°43′43″W / 37.51611°N 110.72861°W / 37.51611; -110.72861
Country United States
State Utah
County Kane
Time zone Mountain (MST) (UTC-7)
 • Summer (DST) MDT (UTC-6)
The Charles Hall Ferry, May 2007

Bullfrog,[1] or Bullfrog Basin Marina,[2] is a small unincorporated community on the shores of Lake Powell's Bullfrog Bay in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area of Kane County, Utah, United States.[3] Bullfrog is a popular place on Lake Powell for tourists, fishermen, and outdoor enthusiasts due to its marina and local resources. It is the northern terminus for the Charles Hall Ferry, an automobile ferry that connects across Lake Powell to Halls Crossing in San Juan County. Bullfrog was named after a rock formation on the western side of Mt Ellsworth that you can see from Utah State Route 276, heading south.

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