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This park is situated in the north-central portion of Utah, on the shores of a large reservoir that shares its name. The small municipality of Willard sits on the park's fringes. The nearest larger city is Ogden, found less than 20 miles to the south. The state's capital, Salt Lake City, lies around 50 miles to the south, at the southern tip of the Great Salt Lake.

The climate in this region is fairly arid, while plenty of trees can be found spread around the local area, it isn't largely forested. The bay sits adjacent to the Great Salt Lake, but the two were artificially separated more than 50 years ago. After this area was drained, freshwater replaced its contents. Water sports are the primary activities available here, though camping, picnicking, hiking, and birdwatching are regularly enjoyed as well.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at this park will let you enjoy a range of recreational activities. The bay itself is one of the primary draws here. It offers chances to enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, and paddle sports. Families frequently enjoy picnic lunches in the shade of the cottonwood trees that frequent its shores as well.

While water-based sports are the primary draw at this site, there are also opportunities to enjoy hiking trails. You can walk in the sand, along the shore of the bay. There are also some short trails, that traverse the park's grounds, and some of the peninsulas that jut out into the bay. These trails allow for picturesque views of the countryside and the many animals that call this area home.

Birdwatching is another activity commonly enjoyed here, throughout the year. The lake itself is known for the various migrations that travel through the area at given times during the year. Numerous avian species make this location their full-time home, as well. During the winter months, these spots are known to be a place where eagles prefer to make their nests.

Camping at Willard Bay State Park

This park makes camping with an RV a simple task. Two separate campgrounds are placed strategically throughout the park, and a stay here allows guests the easiest and most universal access to the waters of the bay.

The larger campground offers numerous sites, many that provide full-hookups. They can accommodate RV's of varying sizes. Bathrooms, showers, and boat access to the bay are all available here as well. Pets are also welcome at this site.

The smaller campground offers a fewer number of sites, and only some of them provide hookups. Bathrooms are available here as well, though this option is only open during the summer months. As easy access to many fun activities is available here, many people enjoy RV camping at Willard Bay State Park, so there should be plenty of amenities offered to help make your stay a pleasant experience.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Box Elder County, you will find a whole slew of interesting attractions nearby. George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park is found in Ogden. This outdoor park features models of the lizards and what they might have looked like in their natural environments. A museum is also available on-site, that showcases the reptiles and their fossils that have been found around the local region. State park RV camping gives you the chance to get out and explore the attractions available throughout the area.

There are several museums found locally. These include the Millstream Classic Car Museum, the Hill Aerospace Museum, and the John M. Browning Firearms Museum. These sites showcase over 50 years of classic cars and examples of firearms and military aircraft that have been used in numerous military campaigns. Other museums found nearby are the Utah State Railroad Museum and the Treehouse Children's Museum. The railroad museum features the history of that industry from the local area while the children's museum offers hands-on activities that stimulate children's learning.

Numerous hiking trails and gardens can be found around the local area. The Ogden Canyon Overlook Trail and Skyline Trail allow hikers to traverse portions of the nearby mountains. These sites offer scenic views of the nearby peaks and canyons. Ogden Botanical Gardens features flowers and bushes of varying types that bloom in-season. Nature trails snake throughout the site and allows visitors easy access to the exhibits.

If you've been seeking a fun, lakeside location that provides access to a wide variety of activities and attractions, consider camping at Willard Bay State Park. Take a boat out on the lake, learn about some ancient dinosaurs, or tour a nearby museum. Camp in an RV near Willard and enjoy your time in the Beehive State.

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