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Utah Reservoirs



Causey Reservoir
Currant Creek Reservoir
Deer Creek Reservoir
East Canyon Reservoir
Echo Reservoir
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area
Huntington North Reservoir
Hyrum Reservoir
Joes Valley Reservoir
Jordanelle Reservoir
Lake Powell
Lost Creek Reservoir
Moon Lake Reservoir
Pineview Reservoir
Red Fleet Reservoir
Rockport Reservoir
Scofield Reservoir
Starvation Reservoir
Stateline Reservoir
Steinaker Reservoir
Strawberry Reservoir
Upper Stillwater Reservoir
Willard Reservoir

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Description - Included here are short descriptions of many of the large reservoirs in Utah. Many of these reservoirs are part of State Parks and more information can be found under the Utah State Parks listing.

Attractions - Utah's reservoirs can offer a great recreation alternative in a very arid state. Lake Powell and Flaming Gorge are the largest and most popular reservoirs in the state. Lake Powell offers the spectacular scenery of Glen Canyon. Many of the smaller reservoirs are found in scenic mountain locations.

Recreation - Most of the reservoirs listed here include facilities for boating, camping and picnicking. Other opportunities include fishing, swimming, sailboarding and enjoying the scenery.

Climate - The climate of Utah varies with the terrain. Visitors to the mountains will experience cool summer nights and passing storms that can alter a sunny day very quickly. Be prepared with layers when recreating in the mountains.

The deserts and canyons of Utah can be dangerous places. Summer temperatures often reach above 100 degrees F, so be sure to carry water on all adventures. Flash floods in the canyons are also a threat. It is difficult to predict incoming weather when deep within a canyon so check reports before venturing into any narrow canyon areas.

Location - Utah's reservoirs are scattered throughout the state. Maps are available on the pages describing each lake or reservoir.


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Utah - Federal lands in Utah encompass nearly two thirds of the total acreage within the state. Deep canyons contrast high mountains and illustrate the diversity found in the states flora, fauna and topography.

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