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Red Fleet Reservoir

Red Fleet Reservoir
Red Fleet Reservoir

Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 3/31/2015

Launch Ramp: 
Partially Open
High Temp: 
Low Temp: 
Water Temp: 
Water Level: 
55%, watch for under water hazards and be safe
Fishing Conditions: 
trout, bass, walleye - good,
Road Conditions: 

The parks fees are currently at its winter rates, and the water has been turned off to the entire park..  They are as follows:

    - camping - $23 / night (Full Hookup), $13 extra vehicle.  

                     -$13 / night (dry camp), $8 extra vehicle.

                     - Tepees have been taken down for the season.

    - day use - $7.00 / vehicle 

The water was shut off and park winterized on October 14.

The boat ramp dock is in the water for the season but the courtesy dock remains out. 

All boaters need to make sure and fill out an AIS Certificate of Decontamination and sign and date the form.  The Certificates are located at the parks entrance gate or by taking the online Mussel-Aware Boater course at Wildlife.Utah.Gov/Self Certification.  The online course is good for the calendar year.  All boats, personal water crafts, and any other water craft devices that have been in Lake Powell or Deer Creek in the last 30 days or less need to be decontaminated before launching.  If your boat needs to be decontaminated, please contact the park to schedule a time.  Please help us insure that Red Fleet remains mussel free.




Fish Species:


  1. Uintah County - head North from Vernal on US-191

Current Regulations:

Fishing Tips:

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