Sunday, May 20, 2012

Day 4–Willard Bay State Park–May 20, 2012


Today we are taking a driving break and are just relaxing in the Willard Bay State Park.

Willard Bay rests atop the Great Salt Lake flood in northern Utah. The lake’s 9,900 acres of fresh water provides boating, water-skiing and year round fishing for crappie, walleye, wiper and catfish.

There are two RV Parks one at the south end of the lake and the other at the north end. The RV parks have full hookups and are shaded by cottonwood and a few other species of mature trees. The only down side is that the parks are located along side of I-15. Traffic noise is on the side 24 hours. Fortunately we had a CD of rain falling that we played during the night to mast the traffic noise.

Our Camp site

Eagle Beach

Willard Reservoir


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