Camp at Echo Reservoir

Utah Echo Reservoir Campground

Added by McKenzie Roers

  • Great spot for water sports (fishing, swimming, paddling, etc.)
  • Perfect spot for taking in sunsets
  • 45 minutes outside of Park City

This scenic reservoir provides you with the opportunity to spend the day on the water. To get here, drive around 45 minutes from Park City toward Coalville. Get off for the exit and take a left once in town; drive along this road until you see the campground entrance on your left.

Overnight passes are $25 per car and $15 for day use. You can enjoy any water activity at the reservoir as well! For reservation information, call at (435) 336-2247.

Pack List

  • Tent/Camping gear
  • Money for parking pass
  • Towel
  • Food
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Activities:

Camping, Chillin, Photography, Stand Up Paddle, Swimming

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Summer

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Features:

Bathrooms
Beach
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Groups
Handicap Accessible
Lake
Picnic Area
Scenic

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Love echo and everything it offers. Grew up going here every summer!

6 months ago

Added by McKenzie Roers

I'm a 21 year old photographer studying Parks, Recreation, and Tourism and I am currently based out of Park City, Utah. 
 
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