Summit County, Utah,|
|Primary inflows||Weber River|
|Primary outflows||Weber River|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface area||1,080 acres (440 ha)|
|Water volume||volume of 2.4 square miles|
|Surface elevation||5,955 feet (1,815 m)|
The reservoir was named for the former town of Rockport, which it completely submerged in the 1950s.
Rockport State Park is a 550-acre (2.2 km2) state park. The park is used for fishing, waterskiing, swimming, and boating on Rockport Reservoir. There are eight campgrounds, featuring a total of 36 RV sites, and 86 tent sites. A cross-country skiing trail is available during the winter.
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- Official Rockport State Park website
- "Report on Rockport Reservoir" (PDF). (292 KiB) by the Utah Division of Water Quality
- Rockport fishing info on utahfishinginfo.com
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