Enjoy a day of water sports in this bay in northern Utah.
Boating, water sports, camping, picnicking, fishing, ice fishing, and swimming are activities that many visitors enjoy at Willard Bay State Park. The fish in the bay include walleye, bluegill, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, and black crappie. Willard Bay is a freshwater reservoir on the edge of the Great Salt Lake. Located near the town of Willard in northern Utah, the state park is a beautiful area for many outdoor activities. The campgrounds feature views of the bay to the west and the Wasatch mountains to the east. Many large shade trees provide shade, and the shoreline is a combination of sand and rock.
There are some shady camp areas and other sites in wide-open areas within the park. Expect to see birds and other small critters out and about during your visit. It also has showers and bathrooms available. The water in the bay is fairly warm and comfortable. Willard Bay has 2 marinas open to the public, and leashed dogs are allowed on the trails. You can come here year-round; Willard Bay is open daily from 6 am to 10 pm.