Description - Yuba State Park provides access to Yuba Reservoir's warm waters and sandy beaches. Visitors to Yuba enjoy a variety of recreation opportunities and modern facilities. The site is best known for fishing and boating opportunities. Water fowl hunting is permitted at the park during the appropriate season.
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Yuba State Park
- Facilities at this State Park include a 27-unit campground, modern rest rooms, hot showers, drinking water, picnic tables, sewage disposal station, a group-use pavilion and a five lane boat launching ramp. An additional boat launching ramp and primitive campground are located on the east side of the reservoir at Painted Rocks, 15 miles south of Levan just off Highway 28. A total of 47 campsites are available between the two camping areas and group campsites are also available.
Recreation - Visitors to Yuba State Park can participate in boating, swimming, waterskiing, picnicking and year-round fishing. Fishing is for walleye and yellow perch. The area is open to waterfowl hunting during the designated season.
Climate - This region of Utah, like most others, is arid, receiving approximately 12 inches of rain per year. The fall and spring are the most pleasant times to visit Yuba State Park, and also the most crowded, with warm days and cool nights. Summer brings very hot days and visitors are encouraged to curb rigorous activities during the afternoons. In winter expect warm days and very cold nights.
Yuba State Park is 30 miles south of Nephi, east of Interstate 15. An additional boat launching ramp and primitive campground are located on the east side of the reservoir at Painted Rocks, 15 miles south of Levan via Highway 28.