Utah State Parks
Anasazi State Park
Located in Garfield County on 6 acres. Visit a large ancestral puebloan village occupied form 1160 to 1235 AD.
Antelope Island State Park
Located in Davis County on 22,022 acres. Protecting Antelope Island, (the largest Island in the Great Salt Lake and habitat for bison, pronghorn and bighorn sheep).
Bear Lake State Park
Located in Rich County. Comprises three areas on Bear Lake.
Camp Floyd - Stagecoach Inn State Park and Museum
Located in Utah County on 40 acres. Access to sites from the time of a 1858 to 1861 US Army camp prompted by fear of the Utah War.
Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park
Located in Kane County on 3,730 acres. Preserving the only dune field on the Colorado Plateau, with a unique color caused by iron oxides and mineral in the Navajo sandstone.
Dead Horse Point State Park
Located in Grand and San Juan Counties on 5,300 acres. Showing casing views of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park from a finger of land once used as a horse corral.
Deer Creek State Park
Located in Wasatch County on 3,200 acres. This park adjoins the popular Deer Creek Reservoir.
East Canyon State Park
Located in Morgan County on 267 acres. Access to a reservoir in a canyon that was first traversed by the Donner Party and soon after by Mormon pioneers.
Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum
Located in San Juan County on 16 acres. Interprets an Ancestral Puelan Village occupied form 826 to 1125 AD.
Escalante Petrified Forest State Park
Located in Garfield County on 1,350 acres. Featuring petrified wood and other fossils with a recreational reservoir nearby.
Flight Park State Recreation Area
Located in Salt Lake and Utah Counties on 147 acres. Offering one of the world’s best training sites for hang gliding and parasailing.
Fremont Indian State Park and Museum
Located in Sevier County on 889 acres. Preserving rock art and artifacts from the larges Fremont culture village yet discovered.
Frontier Homestead State Park Museum
Located in Iron County on 11 acres. Preserves historic structures and equipment from the 1850s to the 1920s, including Old Iron Town and an extensive collection of horse-drawn vehicles.
Goblin Valley State Park
Located in Emery County on 3,654 acres. Showcasing an unearthly landscape of hoodoos and other rock formations.
Goosenecks State Park
Located in San Juan County on 10 acres. Overlooks dramatic views of the meandering San Juan River.
Great Salt Lake State Park
Located in Salt Lake County on 162 acres. Access to a public boat ramp and 320 slip marina on the Great Salt Lake.
Green River State Park
Located in Emery County on 53 acres. Featuring shady campgrounds, nine hole golf course and even float trip launching on the Green River.
Gunlock State Park
Located in Washington County on 549 acres. (adjoins a 266 acre reservoir)
Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail State Park
Located in Summit County on 450 acres. Access to a 28 mile rail trail on a route used by the Union Pacific Railroad form 1880 to 1989.
Huntington State Park
Located in Emery County on 111 acres. Features a warm water reservoir.
Hyrum State Park
Located in Cache County on 264 acres which surrounds 450 acre reservoir.
Jordan River Off Highway Vehicle State Recreation Area
Located in Salt Lake County on 350 acres. Offers four off road trails along the Jordan River.
Jordanelle State Park
Located in Wasatch County which comprises two recreational areas on the Jordanelle Reservoir.
Kodachrome Basin State Park
Located in Kane County. Showcasing 67 rock spires and other geological wonders in a basin so photogenic it was named after Kodachrome film.
Millsite State Park
Located in Emery County on 638 acres that features a reservoir and lands for off road vehicles and mountain biking.
Otter Creek State Park
Located in Piute County on 80 acres that features a 3,120 acre reservoir.
Palisade State Park
Located in Sanpete County on 64 acres with reservoir and 18 hole golf course.
Piute State Park
Located in Piute County on 40 acres next to a fishing reservoir on the Sevier River
Quail Creek State Park
Located in Washington County that adjoins a 600 acre reservoir surrounded by red rock desert.
Red Fleet State Park
Located in Uintah County on 1,963 acres that features a 750 acre reservoir and fossil trackway of dinosaur footprints.
Rockport State Park
Located in Summit County on 550 acres that features a 1,080 reservoir.
Sand Hollow State Park
Located in Washington County on 20,611 acres. Featuring 1,322 acre reservoir and extensive off road vehicle recreation.
Scofield State Park
Located in Carbon County which feature a 2,800 acre reservoir.
Snow Canyon State Park
Located in Washington County on 7,400 acres that showcases a canyon carved out of colorful Navajo sandstone and landforms created by the Santa Clara Volcano.
Starvation State Park
Located in Duchesne County onf 3,500 acres featuring a 3,495 acre reservoir where early settle cone struggle against starvation.
Steinaker State Park
Located in Uintah County on 2,283 acres featuring an 820 acre reservoir.
This is the Place Heritage Park
Located in Salt Lake County on 450 acres that interprets Utah’s settlement era with a living history village and This is the Place Monument
Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum
Located in Millard County on 3 acres that interprets the capitol of the Utah Territory the state’s oldest government building that was constructed between 1852 adn 1955.
Utah field House of Natural History State Park Museum
Located in Uintah County on 2 acres which houses a state owed museum of natural history.
Utah Lake State Park
Located in Utah County on 308 acres that adjoins Utah lake (the state’s largest body of fresh water).
Wasatch Mountain State Park
Located in Wasatch County on 21,592 acres featuring extensive recreational developments (including facilities built for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Willard Bay State Park
Located in Box Elder County. Provides water recreation on a 9,900 acre freshwater reservoir on the floodplain of the Great Salt Lake.
Yuba State Park
Located in Juab and Sanpete Counties on 15,940 acres with a reservoir on the Sevier River.