Rockport State Park

Rockport State Park   |  Utah State Parks
  • Weather: Mostly Sunny, 86F

Find first-rate, year-round recreation at this northern Utah destination. During summer, fish, boat, and waterski on Rockport Reservoir. Tent or RV camp in one of five developed and primitive campgrounds. During winter, ice fish and access nearby snowmobile trails. 

Milky Way over Rockport State Park

Photo: Shelby Stock

Rockport State Park sits at a base elevation 6,000 feet above sea level in a rural valley between the Wasatch and Uinta mountain ranges and it is a certified International Dark Sky Park. The surrounding mountains create a protective halo that blocks out light pollution from the nearby communities. Park staff host popular public programs on best dark sky practices and the importance of dark skies for the areas nocturnal species.

Entry Fee & Camping Reservations

A day-use entry fee is required, purchase in-person or online. The Annual Utah State Park Pass is accepted for park entry. Advance camping reservations are recommended.

Previous Image Next Image