Echo State Park
Newly opened as the 44th Utah State Park, Echo State Park changed hands of management in May of 2018.
Formerly known as Echo Reservoir, the state of Utah took over the park naming it Utah's 44th State Park!
The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation has opened to vehicles and those wanting to camp or launch boats out of the main marina area.
ECHO PARK FEES
Day Use: $12
Senior Day Use: $6
Echo State Park will also be accepting the Utah State Parks Annual Day Use Pass. These passes can be purchased online. The park will also be selling them to visitors who would like to purchase one.
Contact Echo State Park
2115 Echo Dam Rd.
Call (435) 336-2241
For boaters, adding Echo to the State Parks collection adds an additional option from popular and sometimes overcrowded Jordanelle and Rockport reservoirs. The reservoir sits right along Interstate 80, making it easily accessible. Plus, the park has a tree-filled, grassy marina that’s a pleasant place to launch and lounge on the shoreline. You’ll also find a boat ramp, camping, restrooms and a convenience store, and more improvements are on the way.
Echo State Park Map & Directions
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