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Hyrum Reservoir


Hyrum Reservoir
Hyrum Reservoir
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Description:

Day-use fee: $8; $4 for Utah seniors 62 and older; $3 walk-in

Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 11/11/2019

Current Conditions

Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. ~ 5 p.m.
Launch Ramp: Open
Courtesy Docks: In
Campground: Open
Restrooms & Showers: Closed, Pit Toilets Open
Fishing Conditions: Fishing Hot Spots
Stocking Reports: Fish Stocking Report
Current Park Projects:

Winterization of water lines (Complete)

Winterization of courtesy docks (Scheduled)

Cabin Maintenance ~ Applying linseed oil to cabins, for beautification and protection (One complete, One to do)

Weed Mitigation ~ Removal of invasive weeds by hand tools in aesthetic viewing areas (Complete for Year, reassess in Spring)

Willow Mitigation in Campground ~ Improve view for guests by trimming willows (Partially Complete, Ongoing)

Tree Trimming Throughout Park ~ Remove excessive growth on trees (Large Trees coming down shortly)

New Signage ~ Adding additional signage to areas where park rules are being broken regularly (Phase 1 Complete, Phase 2 planned this Spring)

Pit Toilet at Hyrum Beach ~ Need to replace privacy/support wall that was struck by a vehicle. (Estimate has been completed and date set to make necessary repairs.)

Last Updated: 11/01/2019

Hyrum Reservoir was created in 1935 by the construction of an earth-fill dam. The reservoir shoreline is owned by the State of Utah with mostly unrestricted public access, although fees are charged in improved recreation areas.

Hyrum State Park's facilities are located on the northern shore, and include 31 RV campsites, restrooms, showers, a ranger station, boat ramp, dock, and trailheads.

Fish Species:

Current Regulations:

Fishing Tips:

Fish Hyrum from the shore or a boat. Standard trout bait such as Powerbait should work from shore, or try trolling from a boat using crankbaits or spinners. Fish with worms for panfish or catfish.

Check out the Hyrum Reservoir Dam camera for current conditions.

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