Sunrise at Yuba Lake

Yuba State Park is one of the very few state parks in Utah that offer boat-in camping. Sandy beaches on warm water, nearby OHV riding areas, at the foot of the San Pitch Mountains, this is a busy place in the summer.

The park concessionaire is Sequoia Motorsports and they offer OHV, boat and persoanl watercraft rentals at the park. They also operate a store on-site with basic camping and boating supplies and a short order restaurant (hamburgers, fries, etc.).

Yuba State Park is open 365 days a year, with operating hours from 6 AM to 10 PM. A day use permit runs $7 and covers use of the boat launch facilities.

    Camping Fees:
  • Oasis Campground: $16
    Extra Vehicles, at Oasis Only - $8
  • East Beach - Eagle View Boat-In Campground: $10 / $15 with boat dock
  • North and West Beaches: $10
  • Painted Rock Campground: $10
  • Group Area Oasis Campground: $100 (maximum 75 people)
  • Group Area Painted Rocks: $100 (maximum 150 people)

The developed area of Yuba State Park is about 25 miles south of Nephi: get off the I-15 at exit 202 and go south about 5 miles to the park entrance. The less developed Painted Rocks area is off SR 28, about 15 miles south of Levan, about 7 miles north of Fayette. Yuba State Park is almost surrounded by the BLM's Yuba Special Recreation Area.