Millsite State Park

Millsite State Park


A secluded 435-acre lake at the mouth of scenic Ferron Canyon awaits visitors who love water-oriented activities. Millsite State Park also offers access to excellent off-highway vehicle and mountain bike riding areas. Fishing is open year-round. A nine-hole golf course is adjacent to the park.

Park amenities include a boat launching ramp, sandy beach, 20-unit campground, two group-use pavilions, drinking water, modern rest rooms, showers and sanitary disposal station. Millsite State Park is located four miles west of Highway 10 near Ferron.

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Park Information

Acres – 638
Elevation – 6,100 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Reservations Accepted – 4/15-10/15
Camping
Stay Limit – 14 Days
Total Units – 20
RV Trailer Sites – 20
Maximum RV Length – 30 ft.
Tent Sites – 10
Fees – call 800-322-3770
The park also includes picnicking, a group pavilion, drinking water, modern rest rooms, vault toilets, showers and waste disposal.

Some of the activities include: boating, fishing, swimming, winter activities and watchable wildlife, with golfing and off-highway vehicle trails nearby.

For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Camping Reservations. Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Individual campsite reservations may be made from three days to 16 weeks in advance of departure date. A $6 non-refundable reservation fee will be charged for each site reserved. A $10 non-refundable fee is charged for group sites and building rentals. An additional reservation fee will be charged for any changes to existing reservations. Visa, MasterCard and personal checks are accepted. A $5 fee is charged for an extra vehicle and is collected at the park.

Permits and Passes. The Single Park Permit is $40 and allows the cardholder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use entrance into Millsite State Park. The permit is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state parks for five consecutive days.

Millsite State Park
P.O. Box 1343
Huntington, Utah 84528-1343
(435) 687-2491

Sand Hollow State Park

Sand Hollow State Park


Located in Southern Utah, Sand Hollow is perfect for off-highway vehicles to roam in the dunes of Sand Mountain. The lake is beautiful with jutting red rocks and great for boating, fishing and water sports. After a fun filled day you can then RV or tent camp in one of full hook-up or primitive camp areas.

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Park Information

Acres – 20,000
Elevation – 3,000 ft.
Surface Water Acreage- 1,322
Sand Mountain OHV Acreage-6,000
Day-use Fee – $10.00 per vehicle up to 8 people
Senior Day Use-$5.00 for Seniors 62+ per vehicle up to 8 people.
Walk in-$4.00 per person
Annual Pass- $75.00
Senior Annual Pass- $35.00
Group Day Use for Cotton Tree Cove- $75.00 which includes two vehicles only.
Westside Campground-Full Hook-up $28.00 (Limit 2 vehicles per site)
Sand Pit Campground- Campground is located close to the OHV access to Sand Mountain.
No hook-ups-$18.00 per night
Partial hook-ups-Water and electric-$25.00 per night
Group sites-no hook-ups-$65.00 per night, 4 vehicles.
Extra vehicles fees apply.
Primitive camping-$15.00
Restrooms with Showers
Boating
Fishing
Swimming

Sand Hollow State Park
3351 Sand Hollow Rd
Hurricane, Utah 84737
(435) 680-0715

Photo by Clay Hunter

Kodachrome Basin State Park

Kodachrome State Park


Kodachrome Basin is a spectacle of massive sandstone chimneys, ever-changing from gray and white to shades of red with the day’s mood. Numerous rocks and coves offer solitude, quiet and unique desert beauty. Nearby attractions include Bryce Canyon National Park, Grosvenor Arch, Paria Canyon, movie sets and ghost town remains. Opportunities include hiking, biking, photography and nearby off-highway vehicle riding areas. Click here for Kodachrome Basin Photo Gallery!

Kodachrome is nine miles south of State Route 12 near Cannonville. Overnight camping facilities, drinking water, modern rest rooms, hot showers and sewage disposal station are available. An area with picnic tables, fire pit, barbecue grills and electricity is great for group outings. A concessionaire provides horse rentals and camping supplies. The park has a resident ranger.

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Park Information

Acres – 2240
Elevation – 5,800 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Reservations Accepted – All Year
Stay Limit – 14 Days
Total Units – 27
RV Trailer Sites – 24
Maximum RV Length – 45 ft.
Tent Sites – 24
Camping Fee – $12
Day-use Fee – $4
The park also includes picnicking, group pavilion, drinking water, concession service, modern rest rooms, showers and waste disposal.

Some of the activities include watchable wildlife and off-highway vehicle trails nearby.

For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Camping Reservations. Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Individual campsite reservations may be made from three days to 16 weeks in advance of departure date. A $6 non-refundable reservation fee will be charged for each site reserved. A $10 non-refundable fee is charged for group sites and building rentals. An additional reservation fee will be charged for any changes to existing reservations. Visa, MasterCard and personal checks are accepted. A $5 fee is charged for an extra vehicle and is collected at the park.

Permits and Passes. The Single Park Permit is $40 and allows the cardholder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use entrance into Kodachrome Basin Mission State Park. The permit is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to mostl Utah state parks for five consecutive days.

Kodachrome Basin State Park
P.O. Box 238
Cannonville, Utah 84718-0238
(435) 679-8562

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Jordanelle State Park

Jordanelle State Park


Jordanelle Reservoir is located in a picturesque mountain setting near Heber City. The park offers an array of recreational opportunities near the Wasatch Front. Two state-operated facilities provide camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, water sports, swimming, hiking and mountain biking.

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Hailstone – Located on the west shore of the reservoir off U.S. Highway 40, this area offers boating, water sports, year-round fishing, hiking, biking, camp service center and a children’s playground. Facilities include three separate camping areas, modern rest rooms, showers, utility hookups, fish cleaning and sewage disposal stations, visitor center, sandy beaches, three group-use pavilions, 41 day-use cabanas, two mini-laundromats, children’s play area, two boat ramps (one ramp for personal watercraft), 80-slip marina with utility hookups, fuel dispensing, marina store, restaurant and miles of non-motorized trails.

Rock Cliff – Located on the Provo River two miles west of Francis on State Route 32, this area offers interpretive trails, walk-in camping, fishing, education programs and nature study. Facilities include the Nature Center, boardwalks, 50 walk-in camping sites, group-use area, modern rest rooms, showers and a small boat access ramp.

The elevation for all parks is 6,200 ft. The parks are open all year with open reservations from May 15 – October 15. The stay limit is 14 days. There is no group camping allowed.

The parks also include: picnicking, drinking water, modern rest rooms, and concession service.

Some activities at the park include: boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, watchable wildlife and winter activities. Golfing and off-highway trails are available nearby.

Camping Reservations. Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Individual campsite reservations may be made from three days to 16 weeks in advance of departure date. A $6 non-refundable reservation fee will be charged for each site reserved. A $10 non-refundable fee is charged for group sites and building rentals. An additional reservation fee will be charged for any changes to existing reservations. Visa, MasterCard and personal checks are accepted. A $5 fee is charged for an extra vehicle and is collected at the park.

Permits and Passes. The Single Park Permit is $50 and allows the cardholder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use entrance into Jordanelle State Park. The permit is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state parks for five consecutive days.

Jordanelle State Park
P.O. Box 309
Heber City, Utah 84032-0309
Hailstone (435) 649-9540
Rock Cliff (435) 783-3030

Jordan River State Park

Jordan River State Park


Whether you’re a canoeist, jogger, golfer or picnicker, Jordan River State Park has something for you. The park is located between North Temple and 2200 North in Salt Lake City. It extends 4.8 miles along the Jordan River.

Park activities include canoe and float opportunities with various put-in and takeout points; rest rooms, picnic tables and group-use pavilions at Cottonwood Park; 1.25 mile jogging/exercise course; walking and bicycle trail; model airplane facility; nine-hole, par-three golf course; and off-highway vehicle riding area.

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Park Information

Acres – 440
Elevation – 4,200 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Day-use Only
Fees – call 800-322-3770
The park also includes picnicking, a group pavilion, drinking water and modern rest rooms.

Some of the activities include boating, golfing, walking, biking, off-highway vehicles and watchable wildlife.

For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Permits and Passes. Entrance fees are not charged at Jordan River State Park except for the Modelport. The Single Park Permit is $40 and allows the cardholder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use entrance into the Jordan River State Park Modelport. The permit is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state parks for five consecutive days. The OHV area is operated by a concessionaire. Call 533-5425 or 533-8499 for fee information.

Jordan River State Park
P.O. Box 16658
Salt Lake City, Utah 84116-0658
(801) 533-4496
Golf: (801) 533-4527

Photo by Liji Jinaraj

Iron Mission State Park

Iron Mission State Park


The Iron Mission museum tells the story of development in Iron County when, in the 1850s, Brigham Young sent Mormon missionaries there to mine iron. Museum displays include horse-drawn vehicles used from 1850 to 1920 and a collection of Indian and pioneer artifacts.

The museum is in Cedar City. A picnic area is available, but there is no camping.

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Park Information

Acres – 11
Elevation – 5,800 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Day-use Only
Fees – call 800-322-3770
Visitor Center/Museum – Hours Vary
Picnicking
Drinking Water
Modern Rest Rooms
Hiking Trails Nearby
Biking Trails Nearby
Off-Highway Vehicle Trails Nearby
Watchable Wildlife Nearby
Winter Activities Nearby
For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Permits and Passes. The Single Park Permit is $40 and allows the cardholder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use entrance into Iron Mission State Park. The permit is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state parks for five consecutive days.

Iron Mission State Park
585 North Main
Cedar City, Utah 84720-1079
(435) 586-9290

Photo by Thomas

Hyrum State Park

Hyrum State Park


Hyrum State Park invites boating, year-round fishing, waterskiing, camping and swimming on a 450-acre lake in northern Utah. Attractions less than 15 minutes from the park include Utah State University, Mormon temple, scenic mountains and year-round fishing streams. Hardware Ranch (winter wildlife feeding ranch) is 16 miles from the park up beautiful Blacksmith Fork Canyon.

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Park Information

Acres – 264
Elevation – 4,700 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Reservations Accepted – 4/1-10/1
Stay Limit – 14 Days
Total Units – 40
RV Trailer Sites – 40
Maximum RV Length – 40 ft.
Tent Sites – 36
Group Camping
Fees – call 800-322-3770
The park also includes picnicking, drinking water, modern rest rooms and showers.

Some of the park activities include boating, fishing, swimming, watchable wildlife and winter activities.

For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Camping Reservations. Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Individual campsite reservations may be made from three days to 16 weeks in advance of departure date. A $6 non-refundable reservation fee will be charged for each site reserved. A $10 nonrefundable fee is charged for group sites and building rentals. An additional reservation fee will be charged for any changes to existing reservations. Visa, MasterCard and personal checks are accepted. A $5 fee is charged for an extra vehicle and is collected at the park.

Permits and Passes. The Single Park Permit is $40 and allows the cardholder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use entrance into Hyrum State Park. The permit is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state parks for five consecutive days.

Hyrum State Park
405 West 300 South
Hyrum, Utah 84319-1547
(435) 245-6866

Huntington State Park

Huntington State Park


This beautifully landscaped state park is 237 acres of boating, swimming and fishing fun. The park is located just outside Huntington on State Route 10 at the base of the Wasatch Plateau. Facilities include 22 camping units, numerous picnic sites, modern rest rooms, showers, sewage disposal station, boat launching and a large covered group-use pavilion.

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Park Information

Acres – 111
Elevation – 5,800 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Reservations Accepted – 4/15-10/15
Stay Limit – 14 Days
Total Units – 22
RV Trailer Sites – 22
Maximum RV Length – 30 ft.
Tent Sites – 22
Fees – call 800-322-3770
The park also includes picnicking, a group pavilion, drinking water, modern rest rooms, showers and waste disposal.
Some of the park activities include: boating, fishing and swimming with hiking, biking and off-highway vehicle trails nearby.

For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Camping Reservations. Reservations may be made by calling Utah State Parks and Recreation, 322-3770 in the Salt Lake City calling area or toll-free 1-800-322-3770, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Individual campsite reservations may be made from three days to 16 weeks in advance of departure date. A $6 nonrefundable reservation fee will be charged for each site reserved. A $10 nonrefundable fee is charged for group sites and building rentals. An additional reservation fee will be charged for any changes to existing reservations. Visa, MasterCard and personal checks are accepted. A $5 fee is charged for an extra vehicle and is collected at the park.

Permits and Passes. The Single Park Permit is $40 and allows the cardholder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle day-use entrance into Huntington State Park. The permit is valid for the current calendar year. The Five-Day Pass is $15 and allows day-use entrance to most Utah state parks for five consecutive days.

Huntington State Park
P.O. Box 1343
Huntington, Utah 84528-1343
(435) 687-2491

Historic Union State Park

Historic Union State Park


The Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park is a 28-mile trail for non-motorized use. The trail begins or ends at Park City and follows Interstate 80 through Wanship and Coalville to Echo Reservoir. Facilities are being developed. Activities include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, jogging, Nordic skiing and wildlife watching.

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Park Information

Acres – 450
Elevation – 6,900 – 5,280 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Camping Nearby
Day-use Only
No Fee
Vault Toilets
Biking
Watchable Wildlife
Winter Activities – Cross-country skiing
Concession Service
Fees – call 800-322-3770
For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park
(435) 649-6839

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Gunlock State Park

Gunlock State Park


In scenic red rock country, 15 miles northwest of sunny St. George lies the 240-acre Gunlock Reservoir where year-round boating, water sports and quality fishing for bass and catfish attract visitors. Facilities include boat launching ramp and pit privies.

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Acres – 549
Elevation – 3,600 ft.
Park Open – All Year
Stay Limit – 14 Days
Primitive Camping
No Day-use Fee
Vault Toilets
Boating
Fishing
Swimming
Winter Activities – Fishing
Fees – call 800-322-3770
For updated information regarding facilities for the physically challenged, contact the park.

Permits and Passes. Call 800-322-3770.

Gunlock State Park
P.O. Box 140
Santa Clara, Utah 84765-0140
(435) 628-2255

Photo by Clay Hunter