Sep 8, 2016

Willard Bay State Park Utah



Willard Bay State Park is located right off of Interstate 15 and 15 miles north of Ogden, Utah. 
We arrived at the park on Labor Day and it was packed with people on the beach swimming and sun bathing.
Willard Bay is a fresh water lake so in addition to swimming it also provides year-round fishing.



There are two beaches for swimming. Both beaches were filled with people on Monday but Tuesday we had both beaches mostly to ourselves. 
 Eagle Beach has a dark more muddy type of beach. The dark muddy type sand is probably because it has more trees that provide shade on the beach.


While Pelican Beach has a softer and whiter sandy type of beach but offers no shade.




Both beaches offer covered picnic area with a grill. 
All the campsite were large and offered full hooks in the Cottonwood Campground.  We chose #52 for our campsite. The site provided some shade and was far enough from the interstate to muffle the noise from the highway.
 

We enjoyed our stay at Willard Bay State Park in Utah.  The park was clean with plenty of things to do. The hiking trails and bike paths were paved, it was easy to launch the kayaks, and the campground had spacious sites with full hookups.


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