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Palisade Reservoir


Palisade Reservoir is located in Southcentral Utah. Palisades Reservoir should be good fishing for mostly recently planted rainbows with an occasional larger trout. The state record tiger trout was caught here last year. Nine-mile reservoir is close by, and if you want to go exploring you can always drive up Fairview Canyon and fish Huntington, Fairview, Electric Lake, Cleveland and several other bodies of water.

Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 10/25/2016

Current Conditions

Day-Use: Open
Surface: Open
Launch Ramp: Open
Campground: Open
Water Level: 50% Full.
Water Temperature:  65° measured at the day use beach on the north end of the lake.
Fishing Conditions: Good to great – utahfishinginfo.com/dwr/fishingreports.php
Road Conditions: All Roads Open
Last Updated: 8/24/2016

The level of the lake has really dropped.  However there is still enough water to play in the lake.  We have our boat docks and gangways in place.  We also have our paddleboats, paddle boards and canoes in the water ready to rent. We have taken out some of our canoes our of the water.  When using any of our boats be sure to wear a life jacket.

Our Day Use areas are open along with all of our restrooms.  Remember when visiting for day use to park only in day use parking and on in campsites or on the grass.

All of our campgrounds and sites are open.  Our cabins are also open.  We have put our cabin tents back up. All of our sites cabins and tent cabins can now be reserved.  To make a reservation either click on the reservation link on our parks website or call 1-800-322-3770.

The Golf course is also open and it is looking good.  Also the golf course now has a new website.  Go to http://www.golfpalisade.com/ On there you can get information about the golf course and even make a tee time.  Or you can call 435-835- GOLF(4653) to make a tee time over the phone or ask questions you may have.

If you have any questions for the campground call 435-835-7275.

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