Otter Creek State Park
If fishing is your favorite past time, you are in luck. Known as one of Utah’s premier trout fisheries, boaters and anglers travel to Otter Creek to fish for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, brown trout, and smallmouth bass. The boat launch offers accessibility to deeper waters in search of the big lunkers living here.
Birding is also popular at the park, and is best during the spring and fall as many common, exotic, and fun species will land and feed at the reservoir on their flight along the Pacific Migratory Bird Flyway. Other wildlife is easily viewed from this off-the-beaten-path park.
Great as a day trip in and of itself, Otter Creek is especially enjoyable as a nice weekend getaway for campers and RVers. The pleasant campground offers simple, yet modern amenities (bathroom, showers, etc.) and you will marvel at how quiet and remote this destination truly is. There are 53 sites with standard partial hookups at the main campground suitable for tents and RVs. If you want to stay on the waterfront, there are several beachfront campsites also available, as well as group sites that can accommodate larger numbers of occupants. Advance camping reservations are recommended.
Park Information and GPS Coordinates
During the summer, the park opens for day use at 6 a.m. and closes at 10 p.m., and in the winter the park is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A day-use entry fee is required, purchase in-person or online. The Annual Utah State Park Pass is accepted for park entry. Pets are allowed in the park, provided they are leashed at all times.
GPS Coordinates: 38.166438, -112.018424