Utah State Parks reservoir conditions report
Published: January 27, 2014 09:24AM
Updated: December 31, 2013 09:58AM

Here's the Utah State Parks reservoir conditions report for the last days of 2013 and the first of 2014.


Bear Lake State Park Marina: Launch Ramp OPEN/33 degrees- watch for ice
Bear Lake First Point: Launch Ramp OPEN/33 degrees
Bear Lake Rainbow Cove: Launch Ramp OPEN/33 degrees
Bear Lake Rendezvous Beach: Launch Ramp CLOSED FOR SEASON- LOW WATER
Deer Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/34 degrees 63% full Thin ice forming
East Canyon State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/three to seven inches of ice
Wide Hollow at Escalante State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/ice
Great Salt Lake State Marina: Launch Ramp OPEN/29 degrees
Gunlock State Park: Launch Ramp: CLOSED/45 degrees *Boat ramps are closed, reservoir remains open.
Huntington State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/three inches of ice
Hyrum Lake State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/six inches of ice
Jordanelle State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/thin ice 52% full
Millsite State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/two inches of ice
Otter Creek State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/seven to eight inches of ice
Palisade State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/five to six inches of ice 60% full
Piute State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/three to five inches of ice 52% full
Quail Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/41 degrees
Red Fleet State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/12 to 16 inches of ice 40% full
Rockport State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/over 10 inches of ice 50% full
Sand Hollow State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/43 degrees
Scofield State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/nine inches of ice
Starvation State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/two to eight inches of ice 85% full
Steinaker State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/12 to 16 inches of ice
Utah Lake State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/four inches of ice in marina
Willard Bay State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/six to eight inches of ice
Yuba State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED/Over six inches of ice 41% full

Utah State Parks is the state boating authority, providing access, education, and search and rescue on Utah’s boating waters