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Starvation Reservoir


Starvation Reservoir
Launching float tubes at Starvation Reservoir
Starvation Reservoir Map

Description:

Current Conditions:

Last checked for updates: 9/28/2020

Current Conditions

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Day-Use: Open
Surface: Open
Launch Ramp: Open
Campground: Open, See “other information” below for details on specific campgrounds.
Water Level: 73%, or down 15 feet and dropping
Fishing Conditions: Fishing has been good for trout and walleye. Water temperature is 72 degrees.
Additional Fishing Info:
  • To see Starvation’s “fishing” page click here
  • To see Utah State Park’s “fishing” page click here
  • To view the Utah DWR’s fishing app click here.
  • Please keep your limit of small walleye under 15 inches. See our “fishing” page for more information.
  • If you catch any crappie, please voluntarily release them so we can get a population built.

Reservations: Reservations can be made 120 days in advance for regular campgrounds, cabins, cabanas and boat slips and 1 year in advance for the group areas. You can’t make reservations for the off season dates (Oct 2 to May 14th) except for the cabins that can be reserved all year. You can’t make reservations in Juniper Point, part of Rabbit Gulch and Knight Hollow Campgrounds.

Other Information:

  • Mountain View Campground is open.
  • Beach Campground is open.
  • The cabins are open year round and can be reserved year round.
  • The fish cleaning station is open and the dump station is open.
  • All primitive campgrounds are open year round. Indian Bay and Rabbit Gulch are $15 per vehicle per night and Juniper and Knight Hollow are $12 per night.
  • The Group Area is open. It is $150 per night for 25 people (covid 19 restrictions are 50 people). Additional people are charged $3 per person at the gate. Reservation can be made up to 1 year in advance.
  • The group areas at Indian Bay and Rabbit Gulch are open. The cost is $90 per night which pays for the first 25 people (covid 19 restrictions today are 50 people max). If you have over 25 people you will pay $2 for each additional person per night. Reservation can be made 1 year in advance.

Last Updated: September 7, 2020

The Central Utah Water Conservancy District maintains a website with up to date reservoir status information. Click on the tab below if this interests you

CUWCD RESERVOIR STATUS

Starvation Reservoir is a large Bureau of Reclamation Reservoir of the Strawberry River in the Uinta Basin. The shoreline used to be 100% publicly owned, but some land has been sold to private entities in recent years.

Yellow Perch were recently introduced to Starvation Reservoir, and it has now become popular with some Utah anglers that love to target the smaller but tasty relatives of the Walleye.

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Starvation Reservoir State Park