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Utah State Parks reservoir conditions — "scary" water levels at some locations, use caution

Published November 8, 2013 3:33 pm
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The Utah State Parks reservoir conditions report for the week of October 28:Bear Lake State Park Marina: Launch Ramp OPEN/50 degrees Bear Lake First Point: Launch Ramp OPEN/50 degrees Bear Lake Rainbow Cove: Launch Ramp OPEN/50 degrees Bear Lake Rendezvous Beach: Launch Ramp CLOSED FOR SEASON- LOW WATERDeer Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/51 degrees 54% fullEast Canyon State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/50 degrees 50% fullWide Hollow at Escalante State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/58 degrees 25% fullGreat Salt Lake State Marina: Launch Ramp OPEN/55 degreesGunlock State Park: Launch Ramp: OPEN/60 degrees *Boat ramps are closed, reservoir remains open.Huntington State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/60 degrees Hyrum Lake State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/57 degrees Jordanelle State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/55 degrees 53% fullMillsite State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/58 degrees 80% fullOtter Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/51 degrees 44% fullPalisade State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/60 degrees 40% fullPiute State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/54 degrees 40% fullQuail Creek State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/60 degreesRed Fleet State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/54 degrees 30% fullRockport State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/52 degrees 30% fullSand Hollow State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/63 degrees Scofield State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/50 degrees Starvation State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/53 degrees 70% fullSteinaker State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/54 degrees 25% fullUtah Lake State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/53 degreesWillard Bay State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/52 degrees *Boat ramps are closed-launch at own risk.Yuba State Park: Launch Ramp OPEN/53 degrees 33% fullWater levels are low and launching at some parks is at your own risk. However, once launched there is plenty of water for boating and recreating.Utah State Parks is the state boating authority, providing access, education, and search and rescue on Utah's boating waters



 

 

 

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