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Yuba Lake State Park

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Warm water and sandy beaches lure visitors to Yuba from April through November for boating, swimming, water skiing, picnicking and year-round fishing. Fishing is for walleye and yellow perch. Yuba State Park is 30 miles south of Nephi, just off Interstate 15.

Facilities include a 27-unit campground, modern rest rooms, hot showers, drinking water, sewage disposal station, group-use pavilion and boat launching ramp. An additional boat launching ramp and primitive campground are located on the east side of the reservoir at Painted Rocks, 15 miles south of Levan just off Highway 28.

Yuba is divided into five recreation areas:

Oasis Campground: Oasis campground is a developed campground with 28 individual campsites for tents and RV's. Two cabins are also available. A group campsite with pavilion is available for large groups up to 75 people. This park area has modern restrooms, showers, drinking water, lawns, shade trees, concessionaire, boat ramp, day use pavilion, beach, and park headquarters.

North Beach: North Beach is a primitive camping area with sandy beaches where camping and day use is permitted at the waters edge. Picnic tables and metal fire rings are provided.

West Beach: West Beach is a primitive camping area with gravel and sandy beaches where camping and day use is permitted at the waters edge. Picnic tables and metal fire rings are provided.

Eagle View: (formerly called East Beach) Eagle View is a boat access only area with 20 campsites for tent camping only. Sites 1, 2, 3, 7, and 13 come with a boat dock. Each site comes with a shade canopy, tent pad, picnic table, and food prep table. The beach for this area is a very nice sandy beach. A section of this beach is for day use only. Picnic tables are provided in this area.

Painted Rocks: Painted Rocks is a semi developed campground with 41 campsites for tents and RV's. A group campsite with pavilion is available for large groups up to 150 people. This park area has shade canopies in the sites, drinking water, RV dump, boat ramp, and beach.

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