Last checked for updates: 7/23/2014
Summer fees for Hailstone: Day use is $10.00 per car ($12 on weekends), $5 per car for Utah Seniors 62 years and older. Annual passes are available. $25 for camping with power and water ($28 on holiday weekends), $20 for tent sites (no hookups)($22 on holiday weekends), $16 for hike-in sites (no hookups). Cabin rentals are $65/night during the week and $80 on the weekends. McHenry campground (tents) is now open. Dump station is available at no additional fee. The fish cleaning station is open. The main marina lease docks are open. Courtesy docks are in at the main ramp and PWC ramp. The water level is starting to slowly drop. Use caution while boating as the terrain may change daily and debris may be in the water (including logs). A waiting list is in place for season wet slips and dry storage (see link below). We still have some dates available for the Hailstone Event Center. The Event Center is perfect for weddings and receptions ($750 for the day). Dogs allowed where permitted and must be on a 6' leash (or shorter) at all times. Dogs are not allowed along the public beach area (below the grassy areas by the cabanas and pavilions).
ROCK CLIFF AREA:
Rock Cliff is open. The fish cleaning station is open. Hike-in camping is $16/night. Only one tent per site allowed. (the Rock View Hike-in campground at Rock Cliff is open; 6 sites). Day use is $7.00 per car, $4.00 for Utah Seniors 62 years and older. The Nature Center will be open on weekends starting on Memorial Day weekend. The Nature Center at Rock Cliff is open Fridays 1:00-5:00pm, Saturdays and Sundays 9:00AM-5:00PM, and holidays 9:00AM-5:00PM. The Nature Center will be CLOSED on July 19th due to the Fire on the Water event at Hailstone. The water level is just below the bottom of the ramp. Vehicles are NOT recommended to travel past the parking lot. Many vehicles have gotten stuck and have received citations for causing damage. Dogs are NOT allowed south of the parking lots which includes the campgrounds, river, and boardwalks.
ROSS CREEK AREA:
Ross Creek trailhead is open with vault toilets. Non-motorized use only on the trail. Day use is $7.00 per car, $5.00 for Utah Seniors 62 years and older. Please remember to keep your dog leashed at all times and pick up after them.
Go here for a live video feed of the main ramp: http://www.livelakeview.com/
Go here for the Boat Slip/Dry Storage Waiting List form: http://stateparks.utah.gov/sites/stateparks.utah.gov/files/JDSP201415WaitingList.pdf
Go here for 2014 Boat Slip and Dry Storage information: http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/park/jordanelle-state-park/events/2014-boat-slipdry-storage-random-draw-and-sealed-bid-process
Go here for our quarterly newsletter: http://static.stateparks.utah.gov/docs/JDSPNewsletterSpring2014.pdf
Go here for information about the Wasatch Back Quad-fishalon ice fishing tournament: http://www.stateparks.utah.gov/park/jordanelle-state-park/events/wasatch-back-quad-fishalon
Jordanelle Reservoir is one of Utah's most famous waters, and is known as a trophy Smallmouth Bass fishery. It also has some real trophy sized Brown Trout and some big Largemouth Bass as well. The perch fishing at Jordanelle is also very fast. The DWR recently increased the limit on perch at this reservoir from the statewide 20 fish to 50 fish for Jordanelle.
Jordanelle is located between Park City and Heber valleys, near Kamas, Utah in Wasatch County. It is a beautiful lake set around the beautiful Wasatch Mountains. If you go, you'll enjoy a great lake for fishing as well as many other aquatic activities. There are 2 main areas, both Utah State Parks. One is the Hailstone Marina, on the north end of the reservoir. The other is the Rock Cliff Recreational Area, located on the East side where the Provo River enters the reservoir.