Willard Bay State Park

 

Description

Willard Bay rests atop the Great Salt Lake flood plain in northern Utah. Its 9,900 acres of fresh water provide boating, waterskiing and year-round fishing for crappie, walleye, wiper and catfish. Camping also is popular at the park. Two state-owned facilities are available to recreationists. 

The north marina is 15 miles north of Ogden, just off Interstate 15. The park has 62 campsites, modern rest rooms, hot showers, sewage disposal station, seasonal/transient boat slip rentals and sandy beaches. 

The south marina is eight miles north of Ogden. It is open April through October and provides boat launching, seasonal boat slip rentals, and modern rest rooms. 

Park Information

 

  North Marina South Marina
Acres - 2673 Total - -
Elevation 4,200 ft 4,200 ft
Park Open All year Apr - Oct
Reservations accepted 5/1 - 10/1 N/A
Stay Limit 14 Days 14 Days
Total Units 64 30
RV Trailer Sites 62 30
Tent Sites 40 12
Group Camping Yes No
Camping Fee $16-$25 $16
Day-Use Fee $10 $10
Picnicking Yes Yes
Group Pavillion Yes No
Drinking Water Yes Yes
Modern Restrooms Yes Yes
Vault Toilets Yes Yes
Showers Yes Yes
Waste Disposal Yes No
Utility Hookups No No
Boating Yes Yes
Fishing Yes Yes
Swimming Yes Yes
Watchable Wildlife Yes Yes
Winter Activities Fishing N/A
Concession Yes No

 

 

 

Willard Bay State Park
900 West 650 North #A
Willard, UT 84340-9999
(435) 734-9494

For more information visit the Utah State Parks website