Rockport Reservoir

Description:

Rockport Reservoir, Weber Basin Project, was formed by the construction of Wanship Dam on the Weber River. Recreation management at Rockport Reservoir is performed by the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation under agreement with the Bureau of Reclamation. This reservoir is situated 5 miles south of Wanship and has a surface area of 1080 acres when full. The elevation is approximately 6,040 feet. The managed recreation season is year-round with high use during the summer season and ice fishing in the winter. Common fish species include rainbow trout, smallmouth bass, and brown trout. Fees charged. Reservations are accepted for certain campsites. Wanship and Crandall Canyon U.S. Geological Service maps cover the area. Stream fishing opportunities exist below the reservoir.

Directions:

All weather access. 45 miles east of Salt Lake City. From Salt Lake City, Utah, go east on I-80 to Wanship/Rockport State Park exit. Turn right and go 4 miles on Highway 32.

Phone:

435-336-2241

Email:

parkcomment@utah.gov

Address:

Rockport State Park 9040 North Highway 302 Peoa, UT 84061-9702

Activities:

Biking Boating Camping Fishing Hiking Picnicking Winter Sports Recreational Vehicles Water Sports Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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