Echo Canyon State Park
|Echo Canyon State Park|
|Nevada State Park|
Echo Canyon Reservoir
|- elevation||5,348 ft (1,630 m) |
|Area||1,080 acres (437 ha)|
|Management||Nevada Division of State Parks|
Echo Canyon State Park is a 1,800-acre (730 ha) state park of Nevada, USA, featuring a 65-acre (26 ha) reservoir. The park is located about 15 miles (24 km) east of the town of Pioche. It is in the Eastern Nevada Region of Nevada State Parks. Echo Canyon Dam, which impounds Echo Canyon Reservoir, was built in 1969-70. It is the farthest downstream dam on the Meadow Valley Wash.
The scenic area around Echo Canyon (elevation 5,100 feet (1,600 m)) has several ranches and farms. The park has campsites, a picnic area, hiking trail, boat launch and fishing.