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OUR SPONSORS HELP OUR PARKS, SO CAN YOU! DID YOU KNOW? The Park Visitor Welcome Kit is created at no cost to Utah State Parks or taxpayers. Funding is generously provided by its partners and 20% of the net proceeds are donated to your state parks. Supporting our partners is a great way to say “thank you” for their contribution. Find out more at

A state park map with a listing of activities and facilities.

Utah State Parks


Connect with nature, learn about our wildlife habitat. YOUR UTAH STATE PARKS GUIDE


Great ideas for your park visit and the best places to explore.

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Learn how to get involved. Use partner offers to earn money & trees for parks. Enter to win a FREE Flip video camera by giving your opinion at: AMERICA’S STATE PARKS A M E R I C A’S

We are a proud member of America’s State Parks. This alliance is committed to enhancing the American quality of life by preserving recreational & historical opportunities close to home!

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We want you to have a safe and enjoyable visit. Start by reviewing these safety regulations and park pass details. If you have questions or concerns, use the contact information below to reach a park office or staff person to help you. Most state parks are fee areas. Please support parks by paying fees, which provide for care, protection and enhancement of state parks. Camp and park only in designated areas. Campfires allowed in specified areas only. No gathering firewood. It’s unlawful to remove, alter, or destroy plants, animals, or other natural features.

Fireworks and firecrackers are prohibited in state parks. Pets must be on a maximum six-foot leash. Off-highway vehicle (OHV) riding is permitted only in designated areas. Discharge of weapons or dangerous devices are prohibited unless: The weapon or device is being used for

the legal pursuit of wildlife; authorized by a Special Use Permit or an authorized event; used in accordance with the Concealed Weapons Act; or used by authorized law enforcement officers in the performance of their official duties. A special use permit is required from Utah State Parks for most special events, and commercial or professional filming.

 ake responsibility T for your children. Make sure they always hike, bike, swim, or boat with a partner or a group at all times. Park quiet hours: 10 p.m. -7 a.m. Maximum speed limit within parks is 15 mph. Use sanitary disposal stations for dumping/ draining all water from your RV or camper.

R O C K I N ’ U TA H Catch a fish, fly a kite, hunt for scorpions, learn to camp or sail, relive history and search for fossils. Our ROCKIN’ Utah programs aim to get you, your family and friends outside exploring the outdoors. Visit www.stateparks. today for a list of events.

A N N U A L PA S S Buy an annual pass and explore all of Utah! Your $75 annual pass allows day-use entrance for the permit holder and up to seven guests in the same private vehicle, and $2 off camping (excluding holidays and holiday weekends). Buy your pass online at and enter this code to receive $5 off: USPWKT. Offer expires 12/31/2010.

C O N TAC T I N F O EMERGENCY: Contact the park office or staff as many park areas are outside of cell phone range General Information: (877) UT-PARKS

Website: Camping Reservations: (800) 322-3770 Park Visitor Welcome Kit:

WIN We want to know what you think! Fill out the reader survey and enter to win a free FLIP Video Camera. Go to:

For advertising inquiries, call (626) 229-9991. The Park Visitor Welcome Kit was created by Government Solutions Group in partnership with Utah State Parks at no cost to taxpayers. Nothing in the Park Visitor Welcome Kit should be taken to imply endorsement of products, services, or activities of advertisers by any governmental agency. For more information please visit GSG is a founding member of America’s State Parks.



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