Spend time on the lake at this central Utah state park.
Yuba Lake State Park became an official state park in 1969, and it is located about 25 miles south of Nephi, Utah. The 22-mile long reservoir reaches a depth of 80 feet and is an ideal place to enjoy water sports, boating, and fishing. Camping accommodations include the Oasis Campground, featuring 26 campsites, covered pavilions, drinking water, ADA-accessible restrooms, and showers. Painted Rocks Campground is located on the east side of Highway 28 and offers 41 campsites, a boat launch, and docks. The Eagle View Campground offers a 20-unit, boats-only campground.
Other popular activities include picnicking, off-roading, biking, bird watching, and rockhounding. Visitors can also discover native plants, cacti, sagebrush, and various grasses throughout the area. While you go hiking, if you look closely, you may find remnants from Native Americans such as broken pieces of artifacts, petroglyphs, tools, and more. There are also two ziplines available, and riders as young as eight can go on the zipline with a signed waiver. Please note that the weight limit for the ziplines is 275 pounds. Look no further for a neat recreational site in central Utah.