Jordanelle State Park
The reservoir at this state park is very popular for boating, water sports and fishing. The park's campground is very nice and fills up quickly. This is a popular place for an afternoon escape or a quick overnight trip.
Located north of the town of Heber, about 35 miles east of Salt Lake City.
To reach Hailstone (main park area) - Take US 40 to the Mayflower exit (#8).
To reach Rock Cliff (Nature Center) - Drive US 40 to its junction with Utah Hwy 32. Follow U 32 east for about 7.5 miles and then turn left on Rock Cliff Road.
Jordanelle State Park
SR 319 #515 Box 4
Heber City, UT 84032-0001
Hailstone: (435) 649-9540
Rock Cliff: (435) 782-3030
The main park is open year-round, with no holiday closures
Summer - 6:00 am to 10:00 pm
Winter - 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
At Hailstone, the day use fee is $10 per vehicle (up to 8 passengers)
$5 per vehicle with a Utah senior 62+
At Rock Cliff the day use fee is $7 per vehicle
$4 per vehicle with a Utah senior 62+
$75 annual pass is available at the park. The pass includes use of watercraft launches.
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass
This is one of our more popular state parks, in part because it is located close to Salt Lake City and the Wasatch Front and also because it offers an array of recreation opportunities including camping, boating, swimming, fishing and hiking. Anglers fish for trout, bass and perch.
The park offers two recreation areas, Hailstone and Rock Cliff. Hailstone is a large developed campground and day-use area on the west side of the reservoir, and is a favorite location of boaters and RV campers. Boat launch ramps are found here.
The park offers an Event Center located near the park entrance. Perched on a hill with a spectacular sweeping view of the reservoir, it's the perfect venue for weddings, reunions and meetings.
Rock Cliff Recreation Area is located on the southeast side of the reservoir and offers a quieter experience. Nestled in the tall cottonwoods on the Upper Provo River, Rock Cliff offers camping and a boardwalk. The campgrounds here are walk-in and dogs are not allowed.
There are 7 campgrounds at this park, including one that is hike-in or boat-in. Camping fees range from $16-$20. Pull-through and back-in sites can accommodate RVs up to 48 feet. Partial hookups are available.
Two group camping areas are available, along with group day use pavilions.
800-322-3770 (toll-free from outside the Salt Lake City area)
801-322-3770 (from within the Salt Lake City area)
RV dump station
Boat launch ramp
Watercraft launch ramp
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