2019 Forest River Salem
2019 Forest River Salem
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Otter Creek State Park lies in southern Utah, not far from the towns and cities of Junction, Monroe, and Panguitch. Found in somewhat isolation in south Utah, Otter Creek State Park is none the less worth the visit as this only adds to the beauty of the place. Sitting on the southwestern shores of Otter Creek Reservoir, the park is ideally placed for all sorts of outdoor recreation. From the great fishing to be had on the lake to the fantastic boating, right down to the exceptional hiking and nature watching, Otter Creek State Park has it all.
Surrounding by picturesque rolling hills and the expanse of crystal clear water, Otter Creek State Park is a perfect place to take an RV rental for the weekend. Accessing the state park with a rental RV is also very simple, roads lead from both western and northern Utah. Rent a camper near Otter Creek State Park and see what the exceptional Utah park can offer you. Search for an RV in Piute County to begin your Otter Creek State Park experience.
Those keen anglers always on the lookout for new and brilliant fishing locations should look no further than Otter Creek State Park. The state park’s 2,500-acre lake is known to be one of the most productive fisheries in Utah, with its fish population’s size and the number growing at a rapid rate. The reservoir is home to a verity of freshwater gamefish, creating a rewarding angling experience for all. Otter Creek State Park campers can try their hands at catching rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, tiger trout, and smallmouth bass.
Along with the excellent fishing, Otter Creek State Park and its reservoir are a delight for boaters of all kinds. The reservoir lends itself perfectly for all types of boating and watersports. The reservoir is home to several boat launching ramps, which are open all year round; this makes accessing the water a simple task. Whether you wish to jetski your way across the reservoir at speed or explore the hidden coves form kayak, you can do it all here. Those motorhome camping without a boat of their own can head to the on-site marina at Otter Creek State Park. The marina rents out a verity of water going vessels to enjoy out on the alike.
Campers who wish to stay on dry land will find more than the lakeside recreation at Otter Creek State Park. The park is famous for both its hiking and ATV trails, both loop their way around the entirety of the park. The Paiute Trail System is a favorite for those with ATV’s and the Otter Creek State Park loop offers hikers a great route. Hiking your way around Otter Creek State Park also gives campers the chance to catch a glimpse of the park’s wildlife. Birdwatchers will be particularly intrigued by the populations of migratory birds passing along the Pacific Migratory Bird Flyway.
Those RV camping at Otter Creek State Park will find plenty of amenities and facilities at the Otter Creek RV Park & Marina. Full hookups are provided here, including 20, 30, 50 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. Facilities here include a dump station, flushing toilets, shower block, RV storage units, and picnic tables. Pets are also welcome on site but must be kept restrained at all times.
An alternative to camping at the state park’s campground is to venture a little further north to the west shore of Otter Creek Reservoir. Here RVs can set up camp at the Fishermans Beach Recreation site. Although it is only dry camping and no hookups are available, the Fishermans Beach Recreation site does provide vault toilets. This is the ideal campground for those who wish to get away from the frequented campsites.
Though quite far away from many built-up towns and cities, campers with a taste for all things history may wish to visit the nearby Miners Park. Miners Park museum encapsulates what life was like for miners during the 19h century. The museum is housed in a reconstructed wooden cabin, and getting there takes you on a scenic hike. This free to enter museum houses a wide range of exhibitions and information on this forgotten way of life.
Should campers take the hour drive north to the town of Monroe, a whole other area of sightseeing opportunities open, the Monroe Art Museum is a must-see for lovers of art and culture. This remarkably small art gallery is full to the brim with different art exhibits from many eras and styles. Call ahead and take a guided tour of the art gallery to get the most out of your visit here. Along with a small gift shop, the Monroe Art Museum also offers its visitors art lessons. So get creative with the family and visit this quaint art museum.
The town of Monroe is also home the Mystic Hot Springs, a must-visit place when in this area of Utah. Take a break from the hecticness of daily life and take a dip in the relaxing hot springs. These naturally occurring springs are heated springs surrounded by natural rock and have offered mystical qualities to its visitors for many years. The site is also home to many animals such as llamas, peacocks, and chickens, all adding to the relaxing back to nature feel of the place.