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Parks Utah White House Trailhead & Campground - Zion NF

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White House Trailhead and Campground            Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  e-mail  435-644-4628

  Kanab Field Office

  318 North First East

  Kanab  UT  84741

    Elevation 3000 feet. 5 tentsites. Northern most trailhead into Paria

    Canyon- Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness.

  White River Recreation Area      Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  e-mail  435-781-4400

  Vernal Field Office

  170 South 500 East

  Vernal   UT  84078

    Elevation 5040 feet. A floater`s and paddler`s paradise, the White River offers some great canoeing, rafting, and limited kayaking with a range of river trips between 24 and 80 miles.

  Willard Bay Reservoir    Bureau of Reclamation   BOR  801-379-1071

  Jim Jensen

  Provo Area Office
302 East 1860 South

  Provo  UT  84606

    Willard Bay Reservoir is formed by Arthur V. Watkins Dam, which is a feature of the Weber Basin Project

  Willard Bay SP  State Recreation Park         UT SP&R
e-mail  435 734-9494
900 West 650 North #A
Willard  UT     84340
Willard Bay rests atop the Great Salt Lake flood plain in northern
 Utah. Its 9,900 acres of fresh water provide boating, waterskiing  and year-round fishing for crappie, walleye, wiper and catfish.   Camping also is popular at the park.

  Windwhistle Campground  Bureau of Land Management     BLM

  e-mail  435.259.2100

  Moab/Grand Field Office

  82 East Dogwood

  Moab UT  84532

    Elevation 6000 ft. 17 campsites and a group area at the eastern edge of Canyon Rims Recreation Area. Scenic vistas of canyon country, and limitless opportunity for exploring on foot or by biking the many dirt roads through the area. 

  Wolverton Mill  Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  e-mail  435-542-3461

  Henry Mountains Field Station

  406 South 100 West

  Hanksville    UT  84734

    Elevation 4300 feet. In 1901, Edwin T. Wolverton came to this area in search of a fabled Spanish gold mine. By 1921, he had constructed this mill in hopes of the great riches he would soon realize. 

  Woolsey Ranch Rio Grande Turkey Viewing Area
Bureau of Land Management      BLM

  e-mail  801-586-2401

  176 East D.L. Sargent Drive

  Cedar City    UT  84720

    This viewing area comprises privately owned fields surrounded by BLM public lands. The BLM lands are primarily piñon-juniper hillsides with scattered patches of Gambel's oak. A small willow-lined stream bisects the area.

  Yuba SP  State Recreation Park              UT SP&R
e-mail  435 758-2611
via I-15
PO Box 159
Levan   UT     84639
Warm water and sandy beaches lure visitors to Yuba from April  through November for boating, swimming, waterskiing, picnicking  and year-round fishing. Fishing is for walleye and yellow perch.  Yuba State Park is 30 miles south of Nephi


  Yuba Reservoir Recreation Area Bureau of Land Management       BLM

  e-mail  435-743-3100

  Fillmore Field Office

  Bureau of Land Management 
35 East 500 North

  Fillmore  UT  84631

    Elevation 5000 feet. The warm waters of Yuba Reservoir provide a  wonderful setting for boaters, waterskiers, windsurfers, sailors and swimmers. In addition, there is year-round fishing for walleye, perch, catfish, and northern pike.

 Zion NP           National Park         NPS
e-mail  435 772-3256
SR 9
  Springdale          UT         86767

    Zion is an ancient Hebrew word meaning a place of refuge or  sanctuary. Protected within the park's 229 square miles is a  dramatic landscape of sculptured canyons and soaring cliffs.


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