Millsite State Park
Those wanting to get out on the water can bring their own boats or rent one from the park concession stand.
Millsite State Park is a public recreation area located in southeast Utah and is a park that is situated along the banks of the Millsite Reservoir in Emery County near the town of Ferron. The landscape of Millsite State Park features a variety of outdoor activities and attractions such as fishing, boating, camping, hiking, horseback riding, and more.
The state park provides easy access to some of the best fishing in Utah. The Millsite Reservoir is regularly stocked with rainbow trout and cutthroat trout, making it an ideal location for anglers to catch their limits. In addition to trout fishing, other species such as bass, northern pike, catfish, and walleye can be found throughout the reservoir. Boating is also a popular activity at Millsite State Park. The reservoir has plenty of open water and offers good opportunities for swimming, skiing, and wakeboarding. Those wanting to get out on the water can bring their own boats or rent one from the park concession stand.
The park offers visitors a wide variety of activities and amenities, including camping, fishing, picnicking, swimming, hiking, biking, wildlife viewing and horseback riding.
The main feature of the park is the large campground, which is located along the banks of the reservoir. This campground offers about 20 sites for RV and tent camping, most of which are equipped with water and electric hookups. The park also has a boat ramp, mooring buoys, a swim beach, and restrooms with showers.