Approximately 220 miles south of Salt Lake City. 44 miles north of Bryce Canyon National Park.
Travel east 11 miles on S.R. 62 from the junction U.S. 89 and S.R. 62. Where S.R. 62 turns north, continue east for 0.5 miles on S.R. 22.
Summer: 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Winter: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Make a reservation on the Utah State Parks reservation site.
BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE, WILDLIFE VIEWING
If fishing is your favorite past time, you are in luck. Known as one of Utah™s premier trout fisheries, boaters and anglers travel to Otter Creek to fish for rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, brown trout, and smallmouth bass. The boat launch offers accessibility to deeper waters in search of the big lunkers living here. ATV riding is also a major attraction here; little else in the world of motorized recreation is as joyful as romping around on an ATV on pristine trails, including the renowned Paiute ATV Trail, accessible from this park.
Great as a day trip in and of itself, Otter Creek is especially enjoyable as a nice weekend getaway for campers and RVers. The pleasant campground offers simple, yet modern amenities (bathroom, showers, etc.) and you will marvel at how quiet and remote this destination is. Make a reservation on the Utah State Parks reservation site.