Escalante State Park

Escalante State Park


Location:1 mile west of Escalante on State Route 12.
Facilities:22 campsites, group camp, showers, modern restrooms, picnic shelters, hiking trail, interpretive trail, visitor center (é), boat ramp.
Activities:Camping, boating, sailing, fishing, ice fishing, swimming, mountain biking.
Special Features:Park features colorful deposits of mineralized wood and fossilized dinosaur bones, as well as 1,000-year-old village remnants and petroglyphs of the Fremont Indians.
Address:710 N Reservoir Rd
Escalante, UT 84726

Phone:435-826-4466
Web: www.stateparks.utah.gov/park/about.php?id=ESSP
Size: 1,784 acres. Elevation: 5,800 feet.

See other parks in Utah.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The town of Escalante (elevation 5,820 feet, population 800) makes a good base for exploring the rugged Escalante Canyons, Escalante State Park, and BLM lands.