Description - This state-administered facility lies at an elevation of 4,700 feet in northern Utah. It encompasses 265 acres surrounding a 450-acre reservoir. The site is open year round with camping and fishing accessible in all seasons.
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Hyrum State Park
- The facilities at Hyrum State Park lie on the northern shore of the lake. Two developed areas include a ranger station, campground, picnic area, boat ramp, modern restrooms (open from April to September), docks and hiking trails. The campground is open year-round with limited facilities (no water) in the winter. Reservations at the campground are recommended for summer weekends.
Recreation - This state park is a recreation site within the park system. Visitors will find opportunity for swimming, boating, water skiing, fishing, camping and picnicking during the summer months. Primitive camping and ice fishing are popular pursuits at Hyrum State Park during the winter.
Climate - Hyrum State Park lies in the eastern mountains of Utah, at an elevation of 4,700 feet, which makes for mild summers and cool winters. The area gets most of its precipitation in the form of winter snow and late summer thunderstorms. Like the rest of the state this area is relatively arid.
This site lies in northern Utah between Logan and Brigham City. It is immediately west of Cache National Forest and across Utah State Highway 91 from Wellsville Wilderness Area. It is accessible from Utah State Road 101 in Hyrum.