Utah State Parks: Camping, sandy beaches, and warm waters lure visitors to Yuba Reservoir. Developed and primitive camping is available at Oasis and Painted Rocks campgrounds and at designated beach areas. Anglers may fish for northern pike, walleye and yellow perch year-round. Yuba State Park now has zip lines.
As a recreation base camp, Yuba is close to the hiking, horseback riding and OHV trails of the nearby Wasatch Plateau and Fishlake and Manti-La Sal national forests as well as the incredible exploration and climbing in Maple Canyon. Take the scenic drive through the National Mormon Pioneer Heritage area on historic Highway 89 and stop in Spring City for eclectic local art. Make a reservation on the Utah State Parks reservation site
Approximately 110 miles south of Salt Lake City.
The main park area at Oasis is 25 miles south of the town of Nephi. Take exit 202 off I-15 driving southeast approximately five miles.
The Painted Rocks area is 15 miles south of Levan off Utah Highway 28 (west 3/4 of a mile). Coming from north of Nephi, take exit 222 I-15 and go south.
Make a reservation on the Utah State Parks reservation site