YUBA STATE PARK PHOTOS
Camping, sandy beaches, and warm waters lure visitors to Yuba Reservoir. Developed and primitive camping is available at Oasis and Painted Rocks campgrounds and also at designated beach areas. Anglers may fish for northern pike and walleye, as well as, yellow perch year-round.
Yuba Reservoir was built between 1902 and 1917. Visitors with a good eye can sometimes find evidence of the ancient Native Americans that once lived in the area. Rock art and pieces of pottery, as well as, stone tools are among items that have been found around the reservoir. Remnants of mining and ranching that took place in the area are also visible to those with an interest in older cultures. Visitors are allowed to explore the area, but area asked not to disturb or remove any artifacts. Any findings should be reported to Utah State Parks and Recreation.
Yuba has two zip lines installed and ready for use! One zip line is 850 feet and the other is 650 feet. They are located just North of the Oasis campground.
PARK HOURS & FEES
PO Box 159
Levan, UT 84639
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