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Yuba Reservoir (Sevier Bridge Reservoir)
- Elevation: 4,978 ft.
- Surface Area: 10,905 acres
- Volume Capacity: 236,145 acre-feet
- Max. Depth: 74 ft.
- Avg. Depth: 21.3 ft.
Last checked for updates: 4/29/2016
Campground: Open – All restrooms are open. Vault Toilets are available at Oasis and Painted Rock area year round.
Eagle View Campground: Open
North Beach Campground: Open
West Beach Campground: Open
Oasis Campground: Open
Painted Rock Campground: Open.
Perch and Walleye Cabins: Open – Cabins with Heating and A/C units are open year round.
Water Level: Water levels is low 40% and falling!
Fishing Conditions: Fishing is fair!!!!!!! A few walleye and northern pike have been caught.
Ice Thickness: Ice is off the lake open water please boat safe and watch out for hazards. Boat at your own risk!
Road Conditions: Watch the weather. Roads are clear and rutted.
- The Buoys are out of the water Boat at your own risk.
- Docks at Yuba store is open. The Docks At Yuba store has all kinds of Off Highway Vehicles, Boats, Personal Water Crafts, and other water sport recreational rentals. They also have food, clothes and other items for sale. To make a reservation call 1-801-372-0700.
- When keeping your boats in the water over night. We recommend putting the front of the boat towards the water and the back end of the boat towards the shore.
- Water levels are dropping fast so please watch for hidden hazardous. REMEMBER BOAT AT YOUR OWN RISK.
- Gates Close at 10 pm Friday and Saturday night.
- Quiet Hours are from 10 pm to 7 am ever night. That means no music, generators, or excessive noise.
- Dogs have to be on a leash at all times or contained in a dog pen area.
- NO GLASS CONTAINER OF ANY KIND ON THE BEACHES.
- Citations will be issued for all these violations.
- OHV speed on all road ways in the park is 15 mph.
Yuba Reservoir is located approximately 30 miles south of Nephi, just
off I-15 on the east side of the freeway. It is located in a long,
narrow valley between the Valley Mountains and the San Pitch Mountains,
between Gunnison and I-15.
The reservoir shoreline is about 50% privately owned, with BLM
comprising the remaining 50%. Public access is unrestricted.
- Anglers must release all Yellow Perch (this is to allow the population to rebound after draining the reservoir)
- Statewide Trout/Salmon/Grayling limit: 4 fish (in the aggregate)
- Two poles may be used if a 2-pole permit is purchased
- Special Walleye Restrictions apply (see proclamation)
Yuba Reservoir is accessible from many points on U-28 north of Gunnison, as well as from old US-91 north of Scipio.
Northern accesses are favored because the south end of the reservoir is often shallow or dry. Old US-91 passes by
Yuba Lake State Park, near the dam. Exit I-15 at exit #202?(old exit number) and go south, or exit at #188
(Scipio), and take the frontage road on the west side of the freeway which intersects old US-91 via an underpass a
few miles north of Scipio.
There are numerous accesses along U-28 from about 15 miles south of Levan (Painted Rocks access) to near
Fayette. Access is also possible from a network of unpaved roads on the west side of the reservoir.