U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIORBUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
|Yuba Lake Recreation Area|
At an elevation of 5,100 feet, the Yuba Special Recreation Area is 25 miles south of Nephi, just off Interstate 15. The reservoir, when full, is 22 miles long and reaches a maximum depth of 80 feet. This recreation area is cooperatively managed by Utah State Parks and Recreation and the USDI Bureau of Land management.
NORTH AND WEST BEACH AREAS: These beaches offer primitive camping along the shoreline. Facilities include garbage collection points, restrooms, fire pits, picnic tables, and a entrance/fee collection station. These beaches provide public access to Yuba Reservoir for day use and overnight camping. Day use fees are $7 per day and $8 for overnight camping.
EAGLE VIEW BEACH AREA: A 20-unit, boat-in only campground, has covered tables, tent pads, restrooms, garbage collection points, fire pits, solar lighting, and reservable boat docks. Fees for this area are $7 for day use and $15 per day for camping. This area is accessible by water craft only; no motorized vehicles are allowed. The design and placement of recreational facilities will allow the public to use this area for day use and overnight camping.
PAINTED ROCKS AREA: The Painted Rocks area is located on the east side of the lake off Highway 28 between Levan and Gunnison. This area offers a large day use area, three lane concrete boat ramp, a group campsite and 41 individual campsites with covered tables. This campground also includes tent pads, restrooms, a garbage collection point, security lighting, potable water system, dump station, and fire pits. This campground is easily accessible off Highway 28 between Levan and Gunnison. It is controlled from one entrance station. Day use fees are $7 and $8 for overnight camping.
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