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Launching float tubes at Starvation Reservoir
- Current Water Level: 69% full - Last Updated August 15, 2007
- Elevation: 5,712 ft.
- Surface Area: 2,760 acres
- Volume Capacity: 162,798 acre-feet
- Max. Depth: 154.9 ft.
- Avg. Depth: 65.3 ft.
Last checked for updates: 5/24/2016
Launch Ramp: The boat ramp is open and all docks are in water.
Campground: Mountain View Campground is open. It is $25/night. Beach Campground is open and is $28/night. The primitive campgrounds are open year round.
Water Level: Full and spilling
Fishing Conditions: Fishing has been good for trout, fair for walleye and poor for other species.
Additional Fishing Info:
- The fish cleaning station is closed.
- For Starvation’s “fishing” page click here
- For DWR fishing report click here
- Mountain View Campground is open. You can camp there for $25 per night with electricity and water, or $28 per night with sewer too. All extra vehicles are half the camp site price rounded up.
- Beach Campground is open and is $28/night. All extra vehicles are half the camp site price rounded up. Sites 25-33 are $25 per night.
- All primitive campgrounds are open year round. Indian Bay is $15 per vehicle per night and Rabbit, Juniper and Knight Hollow are $12 per night.
- The Group Area is open.
- A new group area will open this summer in Indian Bay Campground. It will take the place of sites 16 and 17. More information to come!
Last Updated: May 17, 2016
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District maintains a website with up to date weather and reservoir status information. Click on the tab below if this interests you.
CUWCD RESERVOIR STATUS
Starvation Reservoir is a large Bureau of Reclamation Reservoir of the
Strawberry River in the Uinta Basin. The shoreline used to be 100%
publicly owned, but some land has been sold to private entities in
Yellow Perch were recently introduced to Starvation Reservoir, and it has
now become popular with some Utah anglers that love to target the smaller
but tasty relatives of the Walleye.
Starvation Reservoir State Park