Piute State Park, Utah

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Piute State Park

The 40-acre Piute State Park Utah is situated on cliffs of the Sevier Plateau and has a 3,360 acre mountain reservoir surrounded by a wilderness area which offers natural unspoiled beauty. Read More

  • The Piute State Park centers on the 3,360 acre Piute Reservoir
  • Open year-round, 24 hours a day
  • Offers a quiet getaway for fishing, ATVing, boating and camping
  • $5 day-use permit includes watercraft launches
  • Primitive campground is $8 per night


The Piute Reservoir was created in 1908 with the building of a dam on the Sevier River and the water is used mainly for irrigation. This primitive park is a quiet getaway offering good fishing, ATVing, boating and camping

Location and Information

12 miles from Marysvale. From I-70 take exit 23 to Hwy 89. Head south 20 miles and turn left at park sign.

Contact Piute State Park at 435-624-3268 or Visit their website.

Entrance Fees/Hours

  • Open year-round, 24 hours a day 
  • $5 day-use permit

Camping (primitive)

  • $8 per day
  • Vault toilets
  • Reservations not taken


The Piute reservoir provides trophy fishing for rainbow, cutthroat and brown trout and smallmouth bass. Other watersports include waterskiing, jetskiing and wakeboarding.

ATV/OHV Riding

The park offers access to the 900-mile long Paiute Trail System.