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In the northern portion of Utah, just west of the Ashley National Forest, you’ll find a very large lake with a state park attached to it. Utah Lake State Park rests at an elevation of 4,500 feet and is open all year round. Just 45 minutes south of Salt Lake City, an hour north of Spanish Fork Peak, and 45 minutes from Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, this park’s main draw is the 96,600-acre Utah Lake.
In response to the Great Depression, the CCC was created to build state parks across America. In 1933, the CCC was commissioned to build a marina on Lake Utah to allow visitors to launch their boats at any time of the year. Shortly after, they began to build the camping facilities, amenities, and buildings that eventually became Utah Lake State Park. The park was opened to the public in 1967.
Whether fishing, swimming, boating, or hiking is your passion, Utah Lake State Park has it all. Camping in an RV at Utah Lake State Park is one of the best ways to fully immerse yourself in the area and discover everything the park has to offer. Book an RV in Utah County today and start planning your adventure.
Utah Lake State Park campers have access to the largest freshwater lake in the western United States. At 96,600 acres, Utah Lake is a playground for all types of water lovers. Coast across the calm surface in a canoe, paddle downwind in a kayak, or carve up the lake in your powerboat. Whatever your preferred method of water transport, Utah Lake is the place for you.
Anglers also have access to this giant lake and have been known to have great success in it as well. The water is full of channel catfish, walleye, and different types of bass. Toss your line in and see what you can catch. Just make sure to follow the state of Utah’s fishing regulations and, if applicable, have your license on you at all times.
If you happen to be doing your motorhome camping at Utah Lake in June, you just might catch the Utah Lake Festival! The purpose of this yearly event is to update the community on updates within the lake region and, of course, to have a lot of freshwater fun. Thousands of people come every year to enjoy the festival. Activities include paddle boarding, educational booths, food trucks, live music, and a sailboat regatta. Come experience the Utah Lake Festival at one of the most exciting times of the year.
Utah Lake has 30 campsites to accommodate your RV rental. Most sites are back-in, but some are pull-through, and each comes with a water and 30- or 50-amp electrical hookup. They also have drinking water stations, dump stations, and sewer stations, but no full hookups. Some campsites can accommodate motorhome rentals up to 47 feet long.
As far as amenities go, this park has a good selection. Restrooms and hot showers are a given. The park doesn’t provide Wi-Fi, but cell phone reception is decent for most major carriers. Public bathrooms and certain campsites are ADA-approved. The park is pet-friendly, provided the animal is under control and well-behaved. There are also places to host picnics and barbecues, and there's plenty of beach access as well.
Planning to leave the park and see what else is nearby? Located in the Greater Zion Region, St. George is a vacation destination for both locals and visitors. St. George has a historic downtown area full of local shops, great restaurants, and sight-seeing. The Greater Zion Region is also a centralized hub for hikers and bikers. The surrounding area is simply wide open spaces; just miles of hikeable, bikeable land. Pick up a trail map in St. George and get exploring!
Vernal, Utah is also close by, and if you're fascinated with dinosaurs, this place should definitely be your next stop. Dinosaur National Monument is a museum full of real dinosaur fossils and tons of exciting information about the kings of the world hundreds of millions of years ago. Check out their famous “Wall of Bones”, which is a giant excavated patch of rock embedded with real dinosaur bones. Dinosaur National Monument is fun for the whole family.
Or maybe the sun is getting to you and the kids are getting restless and it’s time to have some water park fun. Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington is just one hour north of the park and well worth the trip. There's a lazy river for parents to coast calmly down and let the day’s worries melt away. The park's four giant water slides are sure to give you that adrenaline boost you love, or maybe it’s time to lay out the towel and simply relax on the coastline. With food, rides, and games, there's enough fun for everyone at Lagoon Amusement Park.
On your way out of the park, don’t forget to fill your tank. I-15 runs right through the park, and you'll find tons of gas stations within a 15-mile radius where you can stock up on snacks, water, and caffeine. Then the rest is up to you; you can head north up I-15 to SLC or maybe far east towards Denver.