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 Utah Travel Center State Parks

Click here for a detailed map of all Utah State Parks

In Utah's 45 heritage, scenic, recreation and waterfront State Parks you can camp, boat, swim, fish, picnic, ride horseback, visit interpretive areas, enjoy nature trails, play golf, hike, bike, ride off-highway vehicles or just relax with family and friends. Even in winter, cross-country skiers, snowmobilers, ice fishers and hardy campers are taking advantage of Utah State Parks. Recreation opportunities found in the state parks are as diverse as the parks themselves.

Utah State Parks and Recreation was proud to host the biathlon, cross-country, and portions of the Nordic Combined events of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games at Soldier Hollow-Wasatch Mountain State Park. Our other state parks feature Utah's American Indian culture, a wild bison herd, desert and alpine terrain, high-mountain lakes and reservoirs and wondrous vistas. Please click on a state park below for more information!

Anasazi Indian Green River Quail Creek
Antelope Island Gunlock Red Fleet
Bear Lake Historic Union Rockport
Camp Floyd Huntington Scofield
Coral Pink Sanddunes Hyrum Snow Canyon
Dead Horse Point Iron Mission Starvation
Deer Creek Jordan River Steinaker
East Canyon Jordanelle Territorial Statehouse
Edge of the Cedars Kodachrome This Is The Place
Escalante Lost Creek Utah Field House
Fort Buenaventura Millsite Utah Lake
Fremont Indian Minersville Veterans Memorial
Goblin Valley Otter Creek Wasatch Mountain
Goosenecks Palisade Willard Bay
Great Salt Lake Piute Yuba


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