Info: Utah State Parks Water Levels

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SALT LAKE CITY (July 29, 2015) – Water levels at some Utah lakes and reservoirs have decreased, but boat ramps remain open with very few boat launch restrictions in place. In response to concerns and inquiries regarding dry summer weather conditions and decreasing water levels at Utah reservoirs, Utah State Parks is releasing a weekly report to help water enthusiasts prepare for their visits.

The following information includes water levels and restrictions for July 29 through August 4:

State Park Location
Current Storage Level
Water Temperature
Boating Restrictions
Bear Lake State Park- Marina
90%
67 degrees
No restrictions
Bear Lake State Park – First Point
90%
67 degrees
No restrictions
Bear Lake State Park- Rainbow Cove
90%
67 degrees
No restrictions
Bear Lake State Park – Rendezvous Beach
90%
67 degrees
Launching not recommended due to low water levels
Deer Creek State Park
75%
75 degrees
Quagga Mussel restrictions in place stdofthesea.com
East Canyon State Park
70%
72 degrees
No restrictions
Wide Hollow at Escalante State Park
70 degrees
No restrictions
Great Salt Lake Marina State Park
Low
80 degrees
Water level is low- launch at own risk
Gunlock State Park
80 degrees
No restrictions
Huntington State Park
85%
71 degrees
No restrictions
Hyrum State Park
80%
76 degrees
No restrictions
Jordanelle State Park
80%
76 degrees
No restrictions
Millsite State Park
95%
68 degrees
No restrictions
Otter Creek State Park
50%
67 degrees
North end inaccessible due to moss- watch for hazards
Palisade State Park
80%
73 degrees
No restrictions
Piute State Park
25%
67 degrees
Watch for underwater hazards; launch at own risk
Quail Creek State Park
90%
81 degrees
No restrictions
Red Fleet State Park
75%
73 degrees
No restrictions
Rockport State Park
75%
71 degrees
No restrictions
Sand Hollow State Park
81 degrees
No restrictions
Scofield State Park
40%
68 degrees
No restrictions
Starvation State Park
97%
71 degrees
No restrictions