Upper - This is the first portion of the river and gets its start in the high Uintas and concludes in the Jordanelle. The upper portion is the biggest stretch of river with a good portion of river winding through private land. An upper Provo River highlight is the Provo River Falls that are very beautiful and just a short walk from the Mirror Lake Highway in the Uintas.
Middle - Middle Provo River is a 12 mile stretch that starts at Jordanelle Reservoir and concludes at Deer Creek Reservoir. This section sandwiched between two beautiful reservoirs offers easy access fishing and is particularly gorgeous, flowing through canyons, meadows, and farms. This section highlights Brown Trout that can be found in high quantities near the dams.
Lower - Begins at Deer Creek Reservoir and takes a journey through Provo Canyon to its end at Utah Lake. Lower Provo River runs alongside the lovely Provo River Parkway Trail, Bridalveil Falls, and past many beautiful parks. Lower Provo River is host to river rafting/floating and amazing fishing. Some of the biggest rainbow trout catches in the state have been made on the lower section of the Provo River.
The river gets its Blue Ribbon status because of the natural habitat, great outdoor experience, and benefits to the economy. There are thousands of fish per square mile. Brown, Cutthroat, Brook and Rainbow Trout and some of the fish that can be found in the Provo River.
FLOATING | TUBING
Summertime locals and visitors love taking a float down the Provo River. There are many outfitters that provide a seamless experience to enjoy a float down the Provo River.
PROVO RIVER TRAIL
15 miles of trail along the river that begins up Provo Canyon at Vivian Park, past Bridal Veil Falls and goes all the way to the river's end at Utah Lake.
A beautiful park up Provo Canyon situated on the shores of the Provo River. This park offers restroom facilities, a playground, pavilions, and even a stocked pond to fish from.
BRIDAL VEIL FALLS
This beautiful 600 foot waterfall is just a short walk, suitable for all ages and capabilities. Below the falls and just off the Provo River Trail is a small pond that visitors enjoy wading and playing in.