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State park users urged caution on lakes, reservoirs

Ice is melting at many lakes and reservoirs in the state. Utah State Parks reminds users to use extreme caution and encourages all boaters to wear their life jackets.

•Bear Lake State Park Marina: Frozen, ice 12 inches.

•Deer Creek State Park: Frozen East Canyon State Park: Melting at shoreline, 10 to 12 inches in some places.

•Wide Hollow at Escalante State Park: Launch ramp open, 45 degrees

•Great Salt Lake State Marina: Launch ramp open, 33 degrees.

•Gunlock State Park: Launch ramp open, 48 degrees.

•Huntington State Park: Frozen, ice three to six inches.

•Hyrum Lake State Park: Melted at shoreline, 36 degrees.

•Jordanelle State Park: Mostly frozen, melting.

•Millsite State Park: Frozen, ice 4 to 6 inches.

•Otter Creek State Park: Frozen.

•Palisade State Park: Frozen.

•Piute State Park: Frozen.

•Quail Creek State Park: Launch ramp open, 45 degrees.

•Red Fleet State Park: Frozen, ice 12 or more inches.

•Rockport State Park: Melting at shoreline - access difficult, ice 8 to 12 inches.

•Sand Hollow State Park: Launch ramp open, 41 degrees.

•Scofield State Park: Frozen, ice 12 or more inches.

•Starvation State Park: Frozen, ice 12 or more inches.

•Steinaker State Park: Frozen, ice 12 or more inches.

•Utah Lake State Park: Melting, some open water.

•Willard Bay State Park: Melting, some ice.

•Yuba State Park: Melting at shoreline, some ice.

•Strawberry: Frozen.

•Flaming Gorge: Mostly frozen.





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