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Utah State Parks weekly reservoir conditions report - most waters free of ice with open ramps

Utah State Parks reservoir condition report for the week of March 26:

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Bear Lake State Park Marina: Launch Ramp OPEN/42 degrees

Bear Lake First Point: Launch Ramp OPEN/42 degrees

Bear Lake Rainbow Cove: Launch Ramp OPEN/40 degrees

Bear Lake Rendezvous Beach: Launch Ramp CLOSED

Deer Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/42 degrees

East Canyon State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED- unsafe ice

Wide Hollow at Escalante State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/39 degrees

Great Salt Lake State Marina: Launch Ramp OPEN/49 degrees

Gunlock State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/51 degrees

Huntington State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/36 degrees

Hyrum Lake State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/35 degrees

Jordanelle State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/35 degrees- unsafe ice at Rock Cliff and thin ice at main ramp at Hailstone

Millsite State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/38 degrees

Otter Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/35 degress

Palisade State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/38 degrees

Piute State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/35 degrees

Quail Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/53 degrees

Red Fleet State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/39 degrees

Rockport State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED-unsafe ice

Sand Hollow State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/54 degrees

Scofield State Park: Launch Ramp CLOSED - limited ice

Starvation State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/44 degrees

Steinaker State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/39 degrees

Utah Lake State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/39 degrees

Willard Bay State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/42 degrees

Yuba State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/36 degrees

U.S. Forest Service Areas

Flaming Gorge: Launch Ramps- some fishable ice in the northern arms, but most of the ice is gone.

Strawberry: Launch Ramps CLOSED - 12 to 20 inches of ice, however watch for areas of open water

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



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